The threat of a transit strike darkens the opening of MWC but is anyone canceling their trip?
Providing rural America with the broadband infrastructure it needs will require both innovative approaches and dedicated providers.
I was about as impressed with attempts to integrate mobile with this year's Super Bowl as I was with the Green Bay Packers’ effort during their NFC divisional playoff loss to the New York Giants.
The government should figure out how the LightSquared saga came to be.
New RIM CEO Thorsten Heins thinks the company is right on track...Really?
The tech industry may have had its attention focused on gadgets this week due to the annual hullaballoo at the 2012 International CES show in Las Vegas, but at least a few people were thinking about the patented inventions that make those electronics work.
After perusing my schedule for the 2012 International CES, I decided it was probably time to put together a few thoughts about "the world's largest consumer technology trade show."
One last glance at 2011 through one viral video.
If you had not heard of Carrier IQ before this fall, surely you know them by now. Since before the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s been at the heart (or dagger?) of all kinds of accusations, prompted by the initial exposure by
Talk about serving one up to your nearest and dearest competitor. Smack!
AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile has hit an impasse and it's time to turn back.
Apple's decision not to include LTE in the iPhone 4S shouldn't have been a big surprise to anyone, nor should it be such a big disappointment.
CWA’s report on Verizon's tax payments brings up huge questions about the U.S. tax code and the structure of society in general.
Investors are less than satisfied with Sprint’s LTE plans.