The largest rural carrier in the U.S. said it, like Verizon, will use LTE to build its 4G network. That compatibility could ultimately lead to better coverage, more handsets offerings, and more open networks.
Nokia, Ericsson, NEC, and others say they'll join the Long Term Evolution framework for the next-generation wireless network.
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australia's largest wireless carrier, talks about the company's newly upgraded 21Mbps, 3G wireless network.
The telecommunications giant announces strong growth in the fourth quarter. Growth of its wireless business offsets more declines in its traditional telephone business.
AT&T testing 7.2Mbps 3G, 14.4Mbps soon?
In today's show, horrible ship-related pun-crimes are perpetrated and we learn that in Russia, emoticons wink at you and try to charge you for them. Also, we bash a ton of gadgets, like the still-overpriced Sony PlayStation 3, the $99-with-contract Acer A
On today's show, we discover that "scareware" is a thing (that never should have been) and that you can tell a bad business idea by the bad name. Also, PlayStation 'Home' comes out (in beta) after a year and a half in development, and it seems kind of lam
Netbook processor roadmap extends all the way to 2010 with the 32-nanometer generation of silicon.
Sandbridge Technologies develops a programmable chip for mobile phones that will allow manufacturers to pack in more functionality at a much lower price.
The FCC is likely to vote on Tuesday in favor of a proposal to open up unused wireless spectrum in a move that could have huge implications for future wireless innovation.