In Sprint's M2M Collaboration Center outside San Francisco, the carrier demonstrates M2M solutions for helping machines talk to each other.
CNET goes inside Sprint's M2M Collaboration Center near San Francisco to see how the company's network can help machines talk to machines.
The GSMA has spent years steering mobile phone technology. Now it expects a big new business in hooking other types of devices to the network, an idea called the Internet of things.
Sprint Vice President Wayne Ward tells Larry Magid about his company's efforts to use its cellular data networks to let machines exchange data with other machines.
The conglomerate unwraps a new suite of technologies that it says will fundamentally change the operation of businesses like airlines, railroads, hospitals, manufacturing, and energy companies.
The telecommunications provider will spend $612 million in cash to buy Hughes Telematics as it focuses on machine-to-machine connections in cars.
The ScenSor DW1000 tunes in to wireless technology to let people locate important items such as medical equipment or even children.
A massive charge from the T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS merger hits T-Mobile's bottom line for the third quarter.
A complaint filed by InterDigital with the U.S. International Trade Commission wants a ban on wireless devices made by Samsung, Nokia, ZTE, and Huawei Technologies.
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