T-Mobile’s turnaround story continues in its latest earnings report.
Guest Post Even though it was a minor announcement at WWDC, FaceTime Audio has the potential to be a big deal.
Sure, LTE is plenty fast, but will it keep up with our rising data demands over the next decade?
Apple has updated iOS 6 to fix 3G connectivity problems for iPhone 4S users in Europe. I’m wondering, however, if Apple has a bigger problem.
European carriers Vodafone UK and 3 Austria are now warning iPhone 4S owners to avoid Apple’s latest iOS update due to reported issues with 3G connectivity.
AT&T’s quest to attract developers (and make you hate it less) is off to a strong start in 2013.
In the spirit of community, AT&T and T-Mobile are coming together to ensure Hurricane Sandy victims can make calls.
Onavo, the creator of popular data compression apps for the iPhone and Android, has just launched a new app to help you track apps that are eating up your cellular data.
Verizon is rolling out a fix to a big iPhone 5 issue that could save its customers lots of money.
Verizon Wireless is opening up all of its data plans to the feature for free, a Verizon spokesperson tells the Wall Street Journal.
AT&T has made it harder for its subscribers to use Apple’s FaceTime app. But the bigger problem is how the company defends the move.
Apple has changed the name of the latest generation of its cellular-connecting iPad in some countries, calling it simply “iPad WiFi + Cellular,” after a wave of complaints from people claiming that Apple’s previous branding was wrong and misleading.
T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom apparently put all of its eggs in AT&T’s basket. Now that AT&T’s $39 billion T-Mobile purchase has been squashed, thanks to pushback from the US government, DT is scrambling once again to find additional funds for its US carrier.
The Federal Communications Commission last night released a damning 157-page report (PDF) against AT&T’s proposed $39 billion T-Mobile takeover, which concludes that the merger would ultimately hurt US consumers and the wireless market.
Spinning the notion of what makes a wireless carrier on its head, Republic Wireless today announced its “Hybrid Calling” network, which offers no-contract talk, text, and web access for just $19 a month.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse
There’s lots of good news for AT&T today. The carrier is reporting strong earnings with major growth in its wireless business, as well as the fact that it has sold over 1 million iPhone 4S units as of last Tuesday.
Sprint is set to launch an ”aggressive roll-out” of LTE 4G technology on its network, starting in the middle of 2012, the third-largest US cellular carrier announced today.
Catching up with Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Sprint is gearing up to launch its own 4G LTE network early next year.
AT&T will soon present a plan to the Justice Department to save its proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile, which is said to involve some major concessions on AT&T’s part, Reuters reports.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski is throwing his agency’s weight behind the Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit against AT&T over its proposed merger with T-Mobile.
Strong tablet sales this year will help increase the shipment of devices that connect to mobile broadband — basically everything connecting to cellular networks that’s not a smartphone — by 57.8 percent, research firm IHS iSuppli reports.
Radio Shack announced this morning that it’s ending its relationship with T-Mobile and will start going steady with Verizon in September.
Verizon Wireless customers on the carrier’s ultra-fast 4G LTE network can give up the faint glimmer of hope they may have of being able to roam onto competing LTE networks, PC Mag reports.
AT&T had an eight-month head start with the iPhone 4, but Verizon has still ended up with a healthy 32 percent of the U.S. iPhone 4 market, according to a study by the mobile analytics company Localytics.
A cool $265 million is being banked today by LightSquared, the first wholesale-only integrated 4G-LTE wireless broadband and satellite network in the United States. Over the last 12 months LightSquared has raised more than $2.3 billion.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has been railing loudly against AT&T’s $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile since the deal was announced. Now we have a closer look at Hesse’s concerted effort to kill the deal, thanks to a Bloomberg report.
Guest Post 4G. You’ve all heard, read or been told about it by enthusiastic tech-friends assuring you how great it’s going to be when you’ll have access to hardline-like broadband speeds in your pocket. But what does 4G actually mean to you as a user?
T-Mobile isn’t slowing down with its ambitious 4G upgrades. The company announced today that it has doubled the speed of its 4G HSPA+ network in an additional 41 cities, bringing the total of upgraded 4G markets to 97.
In the ever-escalating debate over AT&T’s $39 billion T-Mobile takeover, you can now count tech giants including Microsoft, Facebook and 10 venture capital firms among supporters of the deal.
Sprint is nearing a deal with wholesale 4G LTE company LightSquared to build and share networks that could give Sprint a whopping $20 billion, Businessweek reports.
In addition to confirming that AT&T is working on shared data plans, CEO Ralph de la Vega spent much of his time on stage at the D9 conference today justifying the carrier’s potential merger with T-Mobile.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega confirmed today at the D9 conference that the carrier is “working on” a shared data plan that would allow consumers to use multiple devices, including smartphones, tablets and netbooks, on a single pool of mobile data and minutes.
The battle for 4G dominance is ramping up this year, and it looks like AT&T may have a heck of a contender with its LTE 4G network.