Wider-Fi wirelesss standard gaining steam; Will clusters storm the mainstream?; more
Double-digit growth means high-speed fiber links are becoming more common in Europe and America. Copper lines keep getting faster, though, and some network operators aren't eager to pay for upgrades.
The carrier's faster network will reach an additional 56 markets, and provide average connection speeds of 10 megabits per second.
The network-sharing deal is one element of Sprint's major 4G push, CNET has learned. Sprint's network will be used as the infrastructure backbone to LightSquared's upcoming 4G LTE network.
Netgear introduces comprehensive parental control features for consumer wireless routers and gateways.
The upstart 4G provider sees mounting interest but still faces skepticism despite a growing list of customers and new financing for the network.
CNET lays out the lingo so you can cram, throttle, and churn your way into the hearts of telecommunications geeks the world over.
Troubleshooting the AirPort Extreme: Base station failure
CNET sits down with CTO David Small to ask him about the network, what he thinks of the competition, and why the company eliminated its unlimited mobile data plan.
The Internet's star movie rental service gets some of its first bad reviews after announcing a price hike for customers who want to rent DVDs and streaming video. Meanwhile, Spotify wins over U.S. users.