Network equipment makers and consumers want faster Net access, but network operators have a tough time justifying the investments. Small cells, micronodes, and content cooperation could help fix that.
Newly disclosed classified document suggests firms allowed spy agency to access e-mail and phone call data by tapping into their "fiber-optic cables, gateway switches, and data networks."
At the CES Broadband Unlimited conference, communications execs explain why new native IP networks are essential for consumers and the next generation of connected devices.
The world's largest telecom service providers and equipment suppliers want "smart" cloud-based networks, free of regulations, that offer services rather than "dumb" pipes for connectivity.
A group of European telcos is defending a controversial proposal to radically alter the architecture of the Web and its governance. But the rhetoric has done little to slow critics.
Chinese company Beijing Big Ben Tech has crafted recyclable SIM cards out of paper to help save the environment.
The carriers have amped up their presence at the technology conference in an effort to be known as more than just old phone companies.
Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing shows up on Amazon UK, and it's well over a thousand dollars U.S., presumably to force you toward subsidized prices so you'll end up paying the same amount or more for with-contract tablets. Which ... seriously? No. Also, Craigslist says the adult services section is gone for good, and Google's music service appears to be imminent--much to Spotify's demise--er, dismay.
Sprint doesn't like the AT&T/T-Mobile deal, and they plan on doing something about it. Firefox 4 comes out with a strong launch, and Microsoft tries to piggy back on it. Yeehaw! And, we're willing to give our brainwaves away.
This week, the FCC is finally going to lay down the law, we hope, Sony's imagination may be getting the better of it and there's something exciting and new in the Halo franchise.