In time for the Olympics, MetroPCS is selling the first phone that can receive local TV signals, potentially lending TV stations some relevance in the age of the smartphone.
AT&T plans to shut down its 2G service by the beginning of 2017 as it works to address a spectrum shortage limiting capacity on its networks.
The company intends to provide free access to all during the Democratic National Convention that will begin later this month.
The four cable companies Verizon Wireless is buying AWS spectrum from have filed a rebuttal with the FCC to claims made by Sprint that the deal would adversely affect fair competition in the backhaul and Wi-Fi offload markets.
Federal trade regulators have opened a probe into Sprint's collection of sales taxes three months after the New York Attorney General sued Sprint over the same issue.
An AT&T spokesman also confirmed that the carrier has come to an agreement to purchase AWS spectrum from cable company Comcast and Horizon Wi-Com.
Google and Rovi have signed a patent license agreement spanning several years for use in Google's long-awaited fiber pay-TV service.
AT&T announced it is acquiring NextWave Wireless to expand capacity for its LTE deployments using the company’s WCS and AWS spectrum.
Verizon Wireless is paying $1.25 million to settle a complaint that it violated FCC regulations by blocking tethering applications for some of its smartphone users
Cisco has closed its $5 billion purchase of digital TV software and security vendor NDS Group.
U.S. antitrust authorities have cleared Comcast's more than $3 billion sale of its 15.8 percent stake in A&E Television Networks to The Walt Disney Co. and Hearst Communications.
Broadband Internet access should start reaching more rural parts of the country after the Federal Communications Commission retooled a fund that has traditionally subsidized rural phone service.
The Federal Communications Commission is targeting money toward boosting access to high-speed Internet to rural Americans.
Samsung reported another record-high quarterly profit as customers flocked to Galaxy smartphones, helping it outdo rivals at a challenging time for the global tech industry.
Just when the FCC was ready to consider lifting the ban on encryption for cable’s basic tier, along came Boxee throwing a wrench into the works.
Gorton represented Washington State in the United States Senate for 18 years.
Cable industry veteran Michael Pohl has been named as BlackArrow’s new chairman of its board of directors.
TI Broadcast Solutions Group is a consultancy that helps design broadcast facilities for a range of clients.
Advanced advertising vendor SeaWell Networks announced that Time Warner Cable executive Joan Gillman has joined its board of directors as an independent member.
WOW’s Abdoulah to chair ACA board; NCTC elects five board directors.
A plan to make the federal government share its spectrum with the wireless industry is being met with skepticism by an FCC commissioner and the wireless industry.
The project can't succeed without taking the majority of Mediacom's customers.
Google provided no details about its plans for Motorola Mobility during its earnings call, leaving the industry without an indication of the Internet search giant's strategy for the hardware space.
The scam – with charges ranging from $10 to $45 per bill – has been around for years on landline phone bills and is creeping into the cell phone industry.
An American software developer caught with more than 1,000 confidential Motorola documents before boarding a flight on a one-way ticket from Chicago to her native China five years ago is due to be sentenced for trade secrets theft.