Yup, that T-Mobile/MetroPCS deal is officially happening.
The battle for wireless spectrum in the U.S. is getting more complicated by the day.
Clearwire's fate is beginning to resemble a daytime soap opera.
What comes after LTE? Europe's digital chief, Neelie Kroes, is determined to find out.
Good news, everyone! Your frequently crappy cell phone signal should be improving soon.
This deal comes at the conclusion of Verizon's huge spectrum-buying spree.
The AT&T spectrum shopping spree continues.
How bad is the spectrum crunch? Bad enough that wireless service provider rivals will make billion-dollar, last minute bids to obtain more of it.
More spectrum for AT&T means better LTE service for AT&T's customers.
Sprint won't have to fret about spectrum for 4G LTE after this.
AT&T will spend $14 billion over the next three years on wireline and wireless network improvements, with a clear goal of covering 300 million Americans with 4G LTE data by the end of 2014.
Sprint has agreed to acquire Midwestern spectrum and half a million customers from U.S. Cellular in a deal worth $480 million.
It looks like Google and Microsoft might be getting into the wireless network business -- at least in the U.K.
Federal Communications Committee has approved a deal that will see Verizon purchase a portion of wireless spectrum from a handful of big cable television providers.
By gaining approval from the Justice Department, Verizon has passed another hurdle to make its cable spectrum deal a reality.
Verizon may be close to sealing its spectrum deal with major cable companies, say sources close to the company's negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission.
In a move that will help AT&T build out its LTE 4G network, the carrier announced today that it has purchased NextWave Wireless for an upfront fee of $25 million, plus an additional $25 million contingent payment.
NextWave is a …
In a double-whammy for Verizon, the Federal Communications Commission announced today that the carrier must let its customers use third-party apps to turn their phones into mobile hotspots, and Verizon will also have to pay a $1.25 million fee to …
Verizon is currently trying to convince the Federal Communications Commission to approve a deal that would allow the carrier to purchase a section of spectrum currently owned by big cable companies — a move that many smaller carriers, including T-Mobile, …
Troubled wireless-startup LightSquared filed for bankruptcy Monday, according to documents filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan.
LightSquared listed debt and assets of over $1 billion in the documents. The company filed under Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which allows it …