Piggybacking off a contract to supply 10,000 schools with Net access and 130,000 Chromebooks, a telco upstart gains an emerging market foothold. Hear its CEO's thoughts on the 4G honeymoon, Google Fiber, and dumb pipes.
With the LGE-capable femtocell, debuting at CES next week, the Japanese company hopes to expand its networking business to other countries.
They're called small cells, and they've got the industry buzzing about them. CNET explains what they are and why you should care about them.
EE is introducing family and friends 4G, as well as pay as you go mobile data contracts and doubled speed in selected cities.
Vodafone customers could be vulnerable to phone tapping, a hacker group claims, due to a security flaw with Vodafone's Sure Signal femotcell boxes.
Sprint will give you its EV-DO-capable Airave Access Point for free, but only if you qualify.
Don't get your hopes up, but an AT&T market trial means one suffering customer got a solution to his network woes without paying a cent.
According to newly filed FCC documents, Sprint might be readying a new deployment of the Airave femtocell to have 3G/EV-DO plus a VoIP landline port.
Without even deploying an LTE network, the wireless provider is already looking ahead to move to the next-generation of LTE by 2013. Company exec today also provides more details on its 4G plans for next year, according to a report.
Mobile phone network operators could help solve their connectivity problems with small radio stations in homes. So why should you be the one paying $150 for one?