The French carrier's surprise bid for the US underdog could cheer consumers and regulators alike.
Iliad's offer could complicate a reported bid in the works by Sprint
Tom Wheeler's sharply worded letter questions why Verizon is singling out customers with unlimited plans
It's fighting an effort to seize Iran's, Syria's and North Korea's domains in a civil settlement, saying they aren't property.
Its MetraTech acquisition should help Ericsson support carriers' new billing models
The CloudEthernet Forum will use live traffic to develop and refine standards for end-to-end services
The FirstNet system will help agencies work together, but it isn't going up tomorrow
A vibration-harvesting power supply and a chip architecture for low-power communications are the latest entries
Most new postpaid smartphone users are choosing monthly payments over subsidized prices
Wireless has passed 100 percent penetration in the US and six other countries.
It can identify a Parrot AR Drone nearby to help narrow down the search for the rogue APs
The company went to a meeting on the city's plan for 'communication points' with free Wi-Fi.
Fastpass uses parallel processing to eliminate the need for complicated network queues, researchers say
Both carriers and government now have an interest in how users keep their online lives private
The action will be much bigger than the 5,800 job cuts announced in 2009, The New York Times said
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