China Approves 3G Licenses
The rollout could lead to big business for the likes of Alcatel-Lucent and Motorola, but questions remain about which companies will get 3G contracts.
Top 10 Security Stories Of 2008
A spike in data breaches, the threat of malicious hardware, and alarming revelations about the Internet's vulnerabilities from security experts such as Dan Kaminsky all made headlines in 2008.
Free Wireless Broadband Still Available?
Two congressmen have found a technicality in the morass of FCC rules and regulations that pertain to the auctioning of the AWS-3 spectrum, which resides in the 2,155- to 2,180-MHz band.
Life On Mars Looks More Likely
NASA's next mission to Mars, the Mars Science Laboratory rover, could help determine once and for all whether life existed on Mars, or continues to do so.
Apple Sued Over Apple TV
EZ4Media's lawsuit alleges that Apple TV, Airport Express, and Apple Macintosh personal computers infringe four of its patents.
U.S. Scrambles To Avoid TV Converter Box Fiasco
In addition to coupons, DTV Assistance Centers are opening in seven cities with low numbers of digital convertor-box coupon redemptions and high numbers of over-the-air television viewers.
FCC Reform Expected On Obama's Agenda
Key industry players and public interest groups will discuss proposed FCC reforms in managing spectrum, net neutrality, and media ownership at a January conference.
eBay Lists Obama's Old Car
The car's owner has received more than 20 bids for the blue 2005 Chrysler 300C that once belonged to the president-elect. The high bid has reached $119,999.
U.S. Losing Cyberspace Security Battle
The incoming Obama administration has more than two dozen recommendations to about how to more effectively defend cyberspace, as part of a CSIS commission report.