The outages were still vexing the iPhone and iPad as of 1:30 p.m. Eastern time, based on status updates posed by Apple Inc.
When the DirecTV deal closes, AT&T anticipates having a new bargaining chip.
MULTIVOICE announced it will unveil its MV-NEXUS Wireless Mesh-Network Intercom at...
According to a press release, the Google shop will offer customers a chance to go hands on with Android phones and tablets, as well as other Google hardware and services.
These tools could give researchers more data to work with by making it easier for people to offer themselves up to science, but even supporters say the data won't be appropriate for every study.
In a new policy blog, Verizon slams the idea that it and AT&T dominated the recent AWS-3 auction, arguing that...
Ericsson, a leading maker of mobile broadband infrastructure, said Wednesday the cuts were part of a savings plan announced in November "with an ambition to reduce operating expenses and cost of sales across all Ericsson's operations."
Black Hat today opens registration for Black Hat Mobile Security Summit. The two-day summit, a part of London Technology Week and co-located with Interop London, will focus on the latest trends and vulnerabilities in the mobile security space.
Shammo said that until the cost of spectrum comes down there is “no reason for us to go into the secondary market and buy spectrum at this price. It just doesn't make sense.”
Verizon's head of networks, Tony Melone, is preparing to retire, according to comments made Tuesday by Verizon CFO Fran Shammo during an investor conference.
CEO Steve Mollenkopf, speaking at Qualcomm’s annual stockholders meeting, said that with the resolution in China, the company now has a big opportunity to be a player in China’s market for multi-modal LTE.
The Apple Watch will initially be available in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Sprint and Techstars today announced the 10 teams participating in their second annual mobile health accelerator...
Competing with companies like AirWatch and VMware that operate in the mobile device management space, BlackBerry has set a target of $500 million in software revenues for its full-year fiscal 2016, up from $250 million in its fiscal 2015.
“We’re confident we can keep growing and generating cash on a fully levered basis,” said T-Mobile CFO Braxton Carter.