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TechGirls: My Day with the next generation of innovators

For the past two years, I’ve had the privilege to host TechGirls -- an international exchange program for girls from the Middle East and North Africa -- at AT&T’s office in DC for a day of job-shadowing.

The Roaming Marketplace is Working

T-Mobile, which advertises itself as the “un-carrier,” has asked the Federal Communications Commission to “un-do” its data roaming rules, which were established in 2011 to facilitate reasonable data roaming arrangements while continuing to incent

‘911’ Location Accuracy: Getting Dispatchable Addresses

TruePosition recently commissioned and produced a test report purporting to show that its proprietary technology can meet the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed benchmarks for locating wireless 911 callers horizontally and vertically ind

Spectrum Sharing: Let’s Walk Before Running

The Federal Communications Commission recently released proposed rules for the 3.5 GHz proceeding, a proceeding that has received a lot of attention as it is the first attempt to apply the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology

More on low band spectrum debate

[Commentary] As the debate about auction limitations and restrictions rages on, one new argument is particularly notable. The Competitive Carriers Association has for months sought low band restrictions or limits in the auction.

AT&T Eyes 100 US Cities and Municipalities for its Ultra-Fast Fiber Network

AT&T announced a major initiative to expand its ultra-fast fiber network to up to 100 candidate cities and municipalities nationwide, including 21 new major metropolitan areas.

More on Auction Limits

[Commentary] The word out of the Federal Communications Commission is that we can expect a 600 MHz auction framework item in the May timeframe. This has set the auction restrictions drums beating (again).

Establishing Effective Spectrum Policy

When the Federal Communications Commission’s mobile spectrum holdings proceeding was initiated over a year ago, AT&T argued that the Commission’s basic spectrum aggregation test -- as originally conceived -- remained a sound approach.