The mysterious Motorola phone gets spotted with Google's Eric Schmidt, Sprint launches new unlimited plans that cost less, and Yahoo gives users until Sunday to save inactive accounts.
Charlie Ergen says Dish is offering a higher price and an "American company" with "employees who speak English."
The Obama administration taps former lobbyist and venture capitalist to be the new leader of the Federal Communications Commission.
The company's chairman of the board of directors will stay on till the June 25 shareholders meeting, but he won't seek reelection.
Eric Schmidt met with the WikiLeaks founder for five hours in 2011 for material for a book expected to be released next week.
Hewlett-Packard turns over its board as investors are still seething over the Autonomy acquisition debacle.
Julius Genachowski talked a good game when it came to broadband and freeing up wireless spectrum. But as he prepares to step down, critics say he missed opportunities to make his rhetoric a reality.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced Friday that he will step down from his post after four years of service.
Julius Genachowski reported to be planning an announcement tomorrow revealing plans to leave his post.
The ex-chief executive will step down in June, to pursue some mysterious new opportunities he didn't divulge.