T-Mobile and Leap Wireless plan to swap spectrum in a number of markets as they work to find additional bandwidth for their respective LTE networks.
China protests being shut out of Australia’s broadband projects.
Microsoft strengthens its position against Internet rivals.
Customers with standalone DSL will be able to keep it, but the service won’t be extended to anyone else.
T-Mobile USA is going after Verizon Wireless' claims that it uses spectrum more efficiently than other operators, a new line of attack in its fight to block Verizon's $3.9 billion purchase of nationwide AWS spectrum.
Google's policy of openness seems to permeate everything it does.
Greystripe is using its relationship with parent company ValueClick to up the ante in the mobile ad network space.
Why did bundle integration seem to stop with Caller ID on TV?
Alvarion announced that it expects first-quarter 2012 revenues to be approximately $33 million to $33.5 million below previous guidance, primarily as a result of lower-than-expected sales of an older product line that the company intends to replace.
The iPhone arrived at two more regional wireless operators, shortly after nTelos announced it would carry the sought-after device.
The hedge fund backing LightSquared may have the struggling company filing for bankruptcy, according to a report.
Mediacom will extend the service to customers in the coming weeks.
YouTube and Paramount Pictures have reached a deal to make nearly 500 films available to rent online, even while their parent companies continue to feud over a $1 billion lawsuit.
LightSquared said it was "renegotiating" its contract for the use of Inmarsat's L-band spectrum as it works to slash expenses amid ongoing government opposition to the launch of its LTE network.
The approach has the potential to dramatically cut storage costs.
MetroPCS wiped out all but one of its unlimited data plans today, capping usage on its three cheapest plans and leaving only its most expensive rate in place for all-you-can-eat LTE service.
Verizon is reportedly planning a mobile video service if the government clears its multi-billion-dollar spectrum and marketing deal with four cable operators.
The operator uses Sigma products to manage services on its new multi-room entertainment system.
The deal adds new Wi-Fi offload capabilities to its infrastructure offerings at a time when wireless operators are increasingly relying on the technology to manage soaring data traffic.
The company will host Wi-Fi for an unidentified national wireless carrier.
East Bay and North Bay customers will be the first to gain access to the home security and control service.
Also, Virgin Media announced it is adding TiVo boxes to some new bundles.
Sprint’s network overhaul will drop the number of cell sites it operates by 44 percent, executive Bob Azzi said at a conference.
A recent study by Vertical Systems Group found that the availability of business fiber continued to climb last year, both in the United States and Europe.