FCC pauses review of T-Mobile-Sprint deal to examine new arguments

The Federal Communications Commission paused its review of T-Mobile's proposed purchase of Sprint, adding to an already protracted battle to win approval to combine the third- and fourth-largest US wireless providers.

T-Mobile's Sprint Deal Draws State Concerns Over Consumer Harm

State antitrust enforcers are expressing deep concerns that T-Mobile's proposed takeover of Sprint could raise prices for consumers, signaling they might seek to thwart the deal.

Lawmakers Leery of Satellite Companies’ 5G Airwaves Plan

The Federal Communications Commission will soon decide whether to side with foreign satellite companies, and allow them to sell their rights to a swath of public airwaves to speed the deployment of 5G technology.  Such a sale to the nation’s bigge

Huawei Frightens Europe's Data Protectors. America Does, Too

As the US pushes ahead with the “Cloud Act” it enacted about a year ago, Europe is scrambling to curb its reach.