Apple agreed to pay $15 billion in back taxes to Ireland but vows to continue to fight the ruling by the European Commission.
Just like we did last year, we’re letting you decide who is the most powerful person in the U.S. telecom industry for 2017.
Samsung expects to conduct market trials of new 28 GHz communications systems in Minneapolis starting later this month and in Las Vegas in January.
T-Mobile is asking the FCC for permission to evaluate a microwave radio with integrated antenna for the 71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz bands.
Nokia is joining together with other technology leaders, including Virginia Diodes and Keysight Technologies, in becoming founding members of the mmWave…
Apple filed a patent-infringement suit against Qualcomm, escalating a war between the companies that has dragged on throughout the year.
While the claws are coming out over net neutrality again, one analyst says the FCC’s proposal to repeal the Open Internet Order will be a catalyst for 5G.
The U.S. Department of Justice has sued to block AT&T’s proposed takeover of Time Warner, and the wireless carrier is preparing for a fight.
The FCC took its first steps toward gutting Lifeline in a move that will punish not just consumers but perhaps also small, innovative MVNOs.
So far, the FCC appears to have struck a balance between the goals of terrestrial wireless and satellite interests.