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Subscriber gains could make T-Mobile the third-biggest U.S. carrier later this year, a new report says.
Like Softbank's founder, Claure is used to shaking things up
The digital rights group plans a net neutrality complaint against the four largest U.S. carriers.
Sprint abandoned the takeover because it thought it would have a hard time getting regulatory approval, according to newspaper reports.
Move over, Google Fiber: CenturyLink is bringing 1 Gbit/s symmetrical speeds to several of the country's major cities, including Seattle, Denver, Las Vegas, the Twin Cities, and more.
The operator hopes to have a deal ready by September
The HTTP/2 protocol will speed Web delivery, though also may put more strain on Web servers as a result.
The new record surpassed the old one by a whopping 11Tbps.
The vulnerability affects the OSPF routing protocol implementation on Cisco networking equipment
Cable company Comcast has doubled the available bandwidth it provides to most customers in California and some Midwestern states, for free.
The selection is limited, but the price is right with FreedomPop's new tablet service offering. Just be sure to read the fine print.
More than a thousand malicious acts have targeted the U.S. telecom infrastructure in recent years, the FCC revealed in response to an FOIA request.
Leahy reintroduces the USA Freedom Act in an effort to strengthen the bill that passed the House.