Wireless phone service is quickly winking back on for millions of people after commercial power companies restore electricity to thousands of customers in hard-hit areas after superstorm Sandy.
The Wi-Fi Alliance will certify products using a Wireless Broadband Alliance roaming standard. The technology lets one operator's subscribers use another's Wi-Fi network.
The bipartisan legislation would require the FCC and NTIA to complete a long-overdue inventory of spectrum licenses, paving the way for reallocations needed for mobile broadband users.
Alcatel-Lucent has developed a modular system that greatly reduces the footprint of a cell phone tower and bay station.
Cisco Systems' latest networking forecast predicts that wireless data traffic is expected to grow to 6.3 exabytes by 2015 as networks and devices improve and more tablets come on the scene.
MSCI is taking a different approach to try to relieve the congestion that's sullying the smartphone experience.
If you're hoping for a Verizon iPhone, CNET tells you what you can expect if the device ever becomes a reality.
Unreliable iPhone service prompts CNET's Elinor Mills to make fewer and shorter calls, when she even has service--and apparently she isn't alone.
City of Richmond, Calif., shows off new real-time video surveillance system that uses wireless mesh network to monitor happenings at the port and high-crime neighborhoods.
Microsoft's chairman chats with CNET News.com just before CES about his company's consumer push--and why he hasn't done a blog yet.