Communication at a distance, especially the electronic transmission of signals via cell phones
For all the talk about 5G, operators still prefer to keep some things to themselves, such as exactly how many 5G cell sites they’re deploying. CTIA, which lobbies for the big wireless carriers in the US, has estimated the industry may need more th
In South Korea, where the next-generation wireless network has been rolled out widely, download speeds have risen but many users aren’t impressed. 5G hasn’t lived up to the hype. For most of 2019, South Korea was home to the
In a Dec 20 court filing, the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission argued that T-Mobile's purchase of Sprint is in the best interest of the US, and any nationwide injunction holding up the merger would block "substantia
The collision of corporate opportunism and Republican anti-government orthodoxy has pushed the United States backwards on the allocation of important spectrum for fifth-generation wireless networks (5G).
The future of the American mobile broadband industry has hinged on a small courtroom in lower Manhattan, where carriers and regulators are squaring off over a plan to reshape the wireless business as we know it. The last hurdle to T-Mobile's purch
- Social media sites have emerged as a go-to platform for connecting with others, finding news and engaging politically.
House Commerce Committee Leaders Raise Questions Regarding Concerning Lack of Detail in FCC's Broadband Announcement
House Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr.
Almost 20% of Americans are still on 3G networks – even as many of these networks face decommissioning next year, according to Opensignal. Only 4.1% of the approximately 30 million Americans who still use 3G do not have a 4G-capable device.