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The spectrum-sharing plan would allow LightSquared to launch a high-speed LTE network sooner than any other new competitor in the U.S., according to the company.
Reports of theft by TSA agents persist, although the TSA fires and prosecutes when stealing is discovered.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission needs to be a "cop on the beat" to ensure mobile and broadband competition across the country, the agency's chairman said Tuesday.
Not sure what to make of BlackBerry 10? We answer your questions about Research In Motion's upcoming OS update after Tuesday's preview.
Barnes and Noble announced on Tuesday a Nook video-on-demand service coming this fall with content from major TV and movie studios, including HBO, Sony, Warner Brothers, Viacom, and Disney.
Amazon has given developers a new tool that consolidates information about their apps in its store, and gives customers the benefit of supplying the version appropriate to the device in use.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission rushed to judgment in giving permission in early 2011 for startup LightSquared to offer LTE service in a band of wireless spectrum next to a band used by GPS devices, several U.S. lawmakers say.
A California jury may have awarded Apple more than US$1 billion in damages in late August when it triumphed over Samsung in a hard-fought case over smartphone and tablet patents, but the iPhone maker is coming back for more: late on Friday it asked for additional damages of $707 million.
Starbucks said Friday it will update Passbook in iOS 6 at the end of September, presumably meaning it will integrate its existing Starbucks digital payment card into the new mobile app from Apple.
Apple and Google have both been sued for patent infringement by Unwired Planet, a company that holds many early patents for mobile and cloud computing.
The Wi-Fi Alliance on Wednesday rolled out a certification program for devices that use wireless streaming technology Miracast.