For the good of innovation everywhere, the International Telecommunications Union called for the "high-level roundtable discussion between standards organizations, key industry players and government officials.”
The U.S. military hopes to install a $40 million underwater fiber-optic cable that could improve communications at Guantanamo Bay.
Suddenlink Communications is helping to keep its customers connected in its services areas that were impacted by the Mid-Atlantic storms by providing free Wi-Fi hotspots.
Public Knowledge and the Rural Telecommunications Group (RTG) want the FCC to delay its review of Verizon's AWS acquisition for the third time.
Having missed debt payments, the company is making moves to endure long enough for an order for new products to roll in.
The major wireless providers fell flat in the first quarter on slowing smartphone adoption, according to a report from Fitch Ratings.
The unnamed service provider purchased Sandvine’s Policy Traffic Switch (PTS), Fairshare Traffic Management and Usage Management products.
Smartphones powered Samsung Electronics to record quarterly earnings, but its shares fell as lower-than-expected overall sales underlined the threat from Europe's economic malaise.
Shares of Apple soared on a report from The Wall Street Journal that said Apple's Asian suppliers are ramping production for the launch of a smaller, less-expensive "iPad Mini."
Verizon Wireless is working to refute Sprint's claims that its $3.9 billion purchase of AWS spectrum and marketing deals with a group of cable providers will reduce competition and raise prices for backhaul.
The controller chip is designed specifically for use in gateways and set-tops and the remote control units used to communicate with them.
Despite repeated alerts, tens of thousands of Americans may still lose their Internet service unless they do a quick check of their computers for malware.
The advent of high-speed Internet connections and high-powered mobile devices is changing people's viewing habits.
When it comes to competing against cable operators’ DOCSIS 3.0-based data services, telcos are hamstrung by the limitations of their DSL offerings.
It’s a tight battle in the femtocell market, but Airvana was able to climb back over Samsung as the revenue market share leader in North America.