U.S. Cellular, the fifth largest traditional carrier in the United States, introduced new plan offerings at lower price points Tuesday in an effort to spark competition with Verizon and AT&T.
Sony’s semiconductor business will become its own corporation as the company looks to reconfigure the operational structure of its device segment, the company announced Tuesday.
To bring the possibilities into focus and see just where mobile tech is headed – and how fast – Wireless Week reached out to TeleCommunication Systems Vice President and General Manager of VirtuMedix Kannan Sreedhar for his thoughts.
Synchronoss Technologies, Inc., a provider of cloud solutions and software-based activation for mobile carriers, retailers and OEMs, has been chosen by Vietnamese mobile operator Mobifone to deploy a wide range of Synchronoss services and solutions with...
The Russian regulatory agency that recently found Google in violation of the country’s anti-monopoly laws has given the tech giant until November 18 to correct infractions related to its pre-installment of certain apps on the Android operating system.
Just days after T-Mobile CEO John Legere broke the news that the Un-carrier’s credit vendor Experian had been hacked, the personal information of some of the 15 million individuals impacted by the breach was spotted for sale on the dark web, VentureBeat...
A year after its launch, Apple Pay is still struggling to gain a foothold in the mainstream payment market.
Following a year of decline in 2015, a new report from Strategy Analytics has forecast that the tablet market will see seven percent growth in 2016.
HELSINKI (AP) — Norwegian telecoms company Telenor says it plans to sell its entire 33 percent stake in VimpelCom Ltd, valued at some 20 billion kroner ($2.4 billion).
Smartphone maker HTC continued to struggle in the wake of falling sales as the company on Monday posted a net loss of $138 million on just under $658 million in revenue in the third quarter 2015.