Efforts by cities and transit authorities to keep bus and train passengers connected have been lackluster, but 4G may change that.
What exactly is VoLTE (Voice over LTE)? In ten quick questions, we explain it, telling you how it works, when it may arrive, and why you might want it.
U.S. wireless carriers fear that Web voice services such as T-Mobile Bobsled will take a bite out of their profits. That could very well happen--and consumers could benefit.
2011 was supposed to be the year 4G wireless service arrived, but the mobile masses gave it a lukewarm reception. Will 4G finally take off in 2012?
New data-centric plans from T-Mobile and Virgin Mobile effectively divorce voice and texts from data service. Could this be the wave of the future in mobile?
The spectrum-rich company could vigorously compete with AT&T and Verizon in the market for 4G LTE wireless service.
As households acquire more and more connected devices, separate data contracts for each may become an expensive and onerous prospect for consumers.
Mobile operators speaking at the 4G World conference in Chicago are feeling the pressure to hasten rollouts of the faster networks across the United States.
Borrowed from a MetroPCS store rep in Las Vegas, this 'revolutionary' device left our intrepid reporter unimpressed.
Much of the subscriber growth reported by wireless providers comes from increasing numbers of prepaid, no-contract customers. And there are good reasons for that trend.