Bids for 3G spectrum licenses in India's biggest markets are approaching $1 billion apiece just three days into the two-week auction.
Chinese infrastructure company ZTE posted a 48 percent increase in profits due to lucrative contracts to construct China's 3G networks.
Ericsson has landed a $1.3 billion contract with Indian operator Bharti Airtel to upgrade its second-generation network in preparation for an eventual 3G launch.
The iPhone 3GS is now being sold in India, the world's fastest-growing market, with carriers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone.
At a coming-out party of sorts at CTIA yesterday, Sprint took the wraps off the world's first dual-mode 3G/4G Android device, the HTC EVO.
As a torrent of mobile Internet traffic floods their 3G networks, mobile carriers are increasingly concerned about capacity and reducing costs.
Cisco’s new, high-capacity CSR-3 router comes with impressive credentials: It can handle 322 Terabits per second, enough to download the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress in just over one second.
The FCC is considering using spectrum for free or low-cost 3G service, according to a statement from yesterday's Knight Commission Digital Inclusion Summit...
The FCC wants to reform the Universal Service Fund (USF) to provide subsidies for rural broadband services instead of wireline voice.
With market penetration for voice services at essentially saturation levels, network operators are pinning their hopes for continued revenue growth on the still comparatively untapped data segment.
In line with its strategy to connect just about anything that can be connected, Ericsson is supplying mobile broadband module technology to Netgear.
With Super Bowl kickoff a little over 48 hours away, the major carriers are readying not only their primetime ad spots but their networks as well.
AT&T will finally allow iPhone users to stream video through a new version of the SlingPlayer mobile app.
Skype this morning took a moment on its blog to explain why it has lagged in the release of a 3G version of its popular VoIP app for the iPhone.
LG Electronics says it will be the first to have an LTE device certified and up and running in Japan.
Apple's release of the new iPhone SDK came with a little surprise, namely an open VoIP API that will enable applications like Skype to operate over 3G.
Verizon Wireless’s Nov. 6 launch of the Motorola Droid smartphone may not have been accompanied by the breathless anticipation surrounding the 2007 introduction of the iPhone, but in many respects, its drama was higher.
AT&T customers in the Bay Area are finally being treated to a 3G network upgrade.
China Unicom plans to rapidly expand its 3G presence, according to comments made by company Chairman Chang Xiaobing.
Nokia says it has developed its first device based on China's domestic 3G wireless standard, TD-SCDMA, and plans to launch more phones for that standard in the "near future."
Bionic Eye is a new application specifically developed for the iPhone 3GS...
According to a press release, the device will allow users to purchase books, newspapers or magazines from a number of sources over a wireless connection.
HSPA is the smoothest way to get to LTE, says Ericsson’s Ulf Edwaldsson
Leaders in the GSM community are quick to remind everyone that 3G still has legs – lots of them.