The FBI is investigating a data breach at AT&T that exposed the e-mail addresses of more than 114,000 owners of the iPad.
Imagine O2 U.K. customers’ surprise yesterday when their carrier followed AT&T’s lead and capped data at 1 GB.
BroadSoft plans to raise as much as $95 million through an initial public offering next week.
Motorola and RIM have settled a patent complaint over mobile technology.
Charter has settled a wage and hour class-action lawsuit.
Cablevision, Charter and Suddenlink are said to be among the potential buyers.
The 3-D World Cup soccer pitch is getting awfully crowed.
Companies include Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Google, AT&T and Verizon.
The Canadian CSP prepares for increased demand for bandwidth.
High prices are discouraging further adoption.
The iPhone will be available on other cell phone networks as early as this fall and will likely come first to T-Mobile.
AT&T has confirmed that a security breach on the iPad 3G exposed the e-mail addresses and ICC IDs of its customers.
Google thinks Apple is trying to muscle it out of the mobile ad competition on iDevices.
The MSO has deployed the service in three states so far.