mobility: 3G Wireless/Broadband
The wireless industry may run out of spectrum in three years, and it needs government help to find more to realize the promise of mobile broadband.
LTE 4G is conspicuously missing from Google's brand new Nexus 4 Android smartphone. What's the deal?
Startup Framehawk, which counts a former NASA physicist as a co-founder, uses desktop virtualization and its own communications protocol to safely...
Sprint hopes the 7 million customers who picked up its original EVO devices will stay loyal with the HTC EVO 4G LTE.
Apple has instructed AppleCare employees to replace iPads that have faulty Wi-Fi radios, according to leaked info.
Apple's new iPad battery should last throughout a workday, but needs some tweaking to get the best results. Check out these five common-sense...
Both Apple and AT&T said they "set records" over the weekend but didn't share any details on the new iPad's initial burst of sales.
After spending several hours using the new iPad, it's evident that Apple's latest tablet is both evolutionary and revolutionary--which makes the...
After Apple removed iTether from the App Store in November, the developers took a new approach and recently released an HTML5-based tethering app...
Apple's new iPad plans shake up the mobile network picture. Plenty of players stand to lose out due to exclusive 4G deals Apple made with AT&T and...
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May 21, 2013
Sprint proposed $2 billion for Clearwire last year, but had to increase the offer to $2.5 billion, or $3.40 per share.
May 20, 2013
Network promises speeds of up 70 Mbps and could be in 60% of all businesses and homes by end of 2015.
May 13, 2013
Government's plan to boost cell and mobile broadband coverage in "not spots" finally in motion after two-year delay.
May 10, 2013
Ambitious fiber broadband investments appear to be paying off, as 51% of British broadband users are now BT customers.
May 10, 2013
The FCC wants faster Internet service available to airline passengers traveling at 30,000 feet. But this plan will take a while.
May 01, 2013
Majority of CIOs in six countries queried in SAP study see potential in the Internet of Things, but U.S. and U.K. respondents show more doubt than...
April 15, 2013
National Audit Office launches probe into whether the government failed to maximize revenue from February's 4G spectrum auction, which netted only...
April 10, 2013
U.K.'s first LTE provider announces ambitious plan to double 4G network connection speeds in 10 major British population centers, with more to follow.
April 08, 2013
Rivals who complain BT gets too many government contracts for fiber optic rollouts are "copper Luddites" who don't want to invest in new...
April 06, 2013
Will sensors come to bats and gloves? Bad umpiring could be a thing of the past if baseball equipment becomes a part of the Internet of Things.
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