The cost of one nationwide slice of India's 4G spectrum hit 11,517 crore rupees today...
Here are some notable dates in Apple's history as it relates to the iPhone.
Consumers can finally get their hands on America's first 4G phone, the HTC Evo 4G from Sprint Nextel. Starting today...
Bids for one pan-India spectrum license in the 2.3 GHz band reached 8,979 crore rupees, or $1.9 billion, on the ninth day of the country's 4G spectrum auction.
Cell phone companies are about to barrage consumers with advertising for the next advance in wireless network technology: "4G" access.
Bids for India's 4G spectrum auction reached almost 32 billion rupees, or $670 million...
As the iPad craze creates even more bandwidth congestion, how can we ensure that we can get the most out of these latest and greatest devices?
The FCC had kind words for Verizon Wireless' plan to license its 4G spectrum to rural carriers...
Nordic operator TeliaSonera says it paid Danish Kroner 336.3 million, or $57.48 million U.S., for a 4G spectrum license in Denmark.
Regulators and operators are more successful in reaching agreement on networking-sharing deals. In fact, organizations called "towercos" have emerged to provide site-sharing facilities and services.
Clearwire, Comcast and Sprint today announced plans to launch their respective 4G mobile Internet services to additional cities in the summer of 2010.
T-Mobile takes a look at using wholesale to provide 4G.
Comcast is making further inroads into the U.S. wireless market with the launch of its High-Speed 2go service in Boston...
Synopsys released the DesignWare MIPI 4G DigRF Master Controller IP. It is the first 4G vendor to offer a complete IP portfolio for both MIPI DigRF v3 and v4 standards.
The recent increase of mobile data usage and emergence of new applications such as MMOG (Multimedia Online Gaming), mobile TV, Web 2.0, streaming contents motivated the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) to work on the Long-Term Evolution (LTE).
The next few years are going to be a wild ride for networks
The United States has the most advanced highway system in the world — today's equivalent of 4G/LTE networks of the wireless world — yet my commute on a terribly congested six-lane highway is still a miserable experience.
Prepaid carrier MetroPCS will launch Samsung's slick new 4G handset in the second half of this year.
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.
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.
Advertisements touting 3G networks have been dominating the airwaves for months, and now Sprint is rolling out a new marketing campaign.
AT&T has chosen Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson as its LTE network vendors ahead of the operator's planned 4G field trials later this year.
4G has the potential to revolutionize people’s mobility and change the way operators do business. By year-end, Clearwire hopes to cover 120 million people with its mobile WiMAX offering. Verizon Wireless is set to deploy LTE in 25 to 30 markets this year. As the industry moves to the next evolution of technology, who will come out on top?