Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) members are tired of seeing the rural broadband community get the short end of the stick.
Qualcomm was fined a record $773 million by Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission.
The mayor of San Jose, California, is "greedy" for opposing a bill that would help carriers deploy small cells on public rights-of-way, Strand…
T-Mobile and Sprint are expected to announce an agreement to merge within a few weeks, but whether any deal can clear regulatory hurdles is uncertain.
T-Mobile and Sprint are reportedly finalizing a proposed tie-up, and the agreement isn't expected to include a breakup fee.
Project Loon will get a chance to show how its network of balloons can provide connectivity to the people of Puerto Rico.
Google and Alphabet Access, as well as WISPA, aren't giving up in their fight to keep 3.5 GHz rules as they were adopted two years ago.
T-Mobile USA is setting out to test pre-commercial LTE-A products using multiple spectrum bands in El Paso, Texas, and Augusta, Georgia.
Speaking before the 5G Americas’ Technology Briefing on Thursday, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly said the FCC and wireless industry must be more involved at…
A diverse set of players is pushing the FCC to set aside more spectrum for unlicensed users in the 6 GHz band.