On Dec. 21, 2010, the FCC voted 3-2 in favor new network neutrality rules that affect mostly fixed, broadband networks. However, there are some provisions that could protect consumers on wireless networks.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and CTIA are sparring over the FCC's proposed auctions of unused spectrum held by television broadcasters.
Three top wireless industry groups have come out against the FCC's bill shock proposal.
Throughout my professional career, I have never seen an industry that has developed, matured and continued to innovate like the 27-year-old wireless industry.
Smartphones are revolutionizing everything we do and how we do it, including the way people communicate. Today, people are doing much more than talking on these devices...
The FCC at its open commission meeting tomorrow may vote to require carriers to notify subscribers when they are about to exceed their monthly service limits.
Wireless Week's Official Show Daily - CTIA Enterprise & Applications™ 2010 - October 6-8, 2010
While it may be the last time we see CTIA in San Francisco for awhile, the fall edition of the wireless association's annual conference hasn't suffered any for its location.
Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) has introduced draft "bill shock" legislation in the wake of the FCC's finding earlier this year...
CTIA and media reform nonprofit Free Press continued to find themselves at odds over the FCC's proposed net neutrality regulations...
CTIA, with five other major organizations, yesterday signed a letter that categorically rejects calls for a mandate that would require OEMs to include an FM transmitter in all cell phones.
The wireless industry continues its rally against the FCC's net neutrality proposal, which would reclassify broadband Internet service under Title II of the Communications Act.
Wireless carriers update their pledge to consumers.
CTIA today released an updated version of its "Consumer Code for Wireless Service,"...
CTIA on Friday said it filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court Northern District of California San Francisco Division to block enforcement of San Francisco's "Cell Phone Right-to-Know" ordinance.
After this year, CTIA is relocating its fall show to San Diego after announcing it was abandoning its San Francisco venue...
At a time when so much wireless innovation is coming out of the San Francisco Bay Area, it's kind of surprising that its politicians would be taking such a negative view of the technology. CTIA issued a statement yesterday saying
After this fall, CTIA will relocate its fall trade show outside of San Francisco because of the city's decision to pass an ordinance requiring retailers to disclose SARs emitted by cell phones at the point of sale.
The FCC didn’t give the industry much of an endorsement for its competitiveness in a 237-page report issued today.
Net neutrality will bring changes but there's no reason to freak out.
CTIA and Verizon expressed alarm over FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s proposal to reclassify broadband under Title II of the Communications Act.
CTIA today announced a new campaign for the month of May that is designed to highlight responsible use of wireless technologies.
The FCC has taken the first step in its efforts to reform the Universal Service Fund (USF) with the issuance of a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) and Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM).
CTIA has rebranded its fall show to CTIA Enterprise & Applications to reflect large-scale industry trends around the use of wireless technology...
Four bills affecting the wireless industry passed Congressional votes yesterday...