CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains how three key phenomena could reshape the wireless industry in the next few years and pave the way for more-affordable mobile services.
The administration will offer loans and work to remove law that limit consumers' ability to choose fast, affordable broadband.
The carrier is planning new strategic deals with rural operators to compete against AT&T and Verizon anywhere in the US, including the nation's most remote regions.
Sprint will be among the first to participate in the Competitive Carrier Association’s Data Access Hub, which could give carriers of all sizes access to a true nationwide 4G LTE network.
A new scheme will let Brits identify areas that don't have superfast broadband, and hopefully get them connected before long.
After allegedly being raped by her Uber driver in Delhi, an Indian woman sues the US-based ride-hailing service on its home turf. She's asking Uber to "overhaul" its safety measures around the world.
The search giant unveils a new service that switches between cellular and Wi-Fi signals and lets customers pay for only what data they use.
The search giant's network would reportedly let customers pay only for the data they use and not a bulk rate.
A new version of the Chrome browser makes it easier for Web sites to send notifications to your phone.
Google's network of Internet-beaming balloons has come a long way.