The U.S. Department of Commerce, through the NTIA, announced the results of a report that found 95 MHz of prime spectrum could be repurposed for wireless broadband use.
Five cities in New York, Massachusetts and Maryland that don't have Verizon's FiOS service are slamming the company's tie-up with cable operators.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is calling on mobile companies to work toward improved privacy protections, including the development of shorter, more succinct privacy disclosures.
TiVo ups the stakes in a patent dispute with Verizon’s supplier of DVRs by dragging Time Warner Cable into the fray
Verizon Wireless and the four cable operators it is buying spectrum from have presented the FCC with a nuanced explanation of a marketing and cross-selling arrangement that was penned at the same time the companies agreed on a $3.9 billion sale of AWS spectrum.
AT&T is linking the layoffs of 1,900 T-Mobile USA call center workers to the FCC's decision to block the two companies' merger, a scathing critique that prompted a quick response from the agency.
Citing hacking attacks attributed to China, Australia sours on Chinese network gear suppliers.
A top Comcast executive said during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee that it had tried to sell its AWS spectrum to "virtually every wireless carrier in the country" before forging a multi-billion-dollar deal with Verizon Wireless.
The FCC is expected to pass a proposal at its open meeting, which could advance Dish Network's plans to use its satellite spectrum for an LTE network.
China's antitrust authorities are prolonging a second investigation into Google's $12.5 billion merger with Motorola Mobility.
As the Olympic sprinters race down the tracks, will London's Internet infrastructure be able to keep up? Let's hope so.
Executives from Verizon and Comcast will square off against the Rural Cellular Association and Free Press at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Verizon Wireless' $3.9 billion acquisition of nationwide AWS spectrum from four cable operators.
Comcast Business Services is providing its Metro Ethernet services to the Farmington, Conn., Public School District in order to help the district’s 4,000 students meet a statewide online test-taking initiative ahead of schedule.
The FCC's decision to stop it from launching its wireless network violated its constitutional rights, it said, vowing to find a way to move forward.
Cognizant of its new size and expanded influence, Comcast intends to push for better management of energy consumption in both network infrastructure and in the home.
Sprint walked away from a multi-billion-dollar deal to host LightSquared's spectrum on its network and has returned $65 million in prepayments to the foundering company, whose wireless plans are on the rocks because of problems with GPS interference.
Canada’s attempts to encourage the expansion of access are unlikely to bear fruit quickly.
Google is reportedly facing multiple investigations from the Federal Trade Commission over its business practices.
Verizon has agreed to license start-up Veveo’s technology for cloud-based search associated with its FiOS TV service.
Canada is opening its telecommunications market to foreign investors and capping the amount of spectrum that can be owned by operators as it works to inject more competition into its wireless market.
Verizon Wireless closed its purchase of a regional wireless provider in northeast Pennsylvania from U.S. Cellular
With its most high-profile backer sent back to the bench, does that mean TD-LTE is out of the running? Not by a long shot.
Cricket Communications has signed a five-year agreement with Clearwire for wholesale access to its not-yet-built TD-LTE network.
Clearwire said its TD-LTE plans remain unchanged despite a major setback at key technology partner China Mobile.