WASHINGTON (AP) — Safety investigators told federal regulators three years ago that it was dangerous for bus drivers to talk on cell phones while driving and recommended a ban.
The future of next-generation, IP-enabled E911 is hampered by a lack of funding and momentum from both the public and private sectors.
With wildfires posing a threat to cell phone towers in Southern California earlier this week, at least a couple service providers report that their networks are performing well.
CTIA isn't the only group calling for more focus on education when it comes to texting while driving.
France's top trade official is meeting Friday with the financial director of Apple France to discuss several recent claims by iPhone users that their phone screens cracked or exploded.
An emergency call center in Waterloo, Iowa, became the first in the country to accept text messages sent to "911," starting Wednesday.
States would be required to ban driving while texting or face the loss of highway funds under legislation being pushed
An employee at a factory that makes iPhones in China killed himself after a prototype went missing
Smartphones and personal digital assistants (PDAs) are among the top growth technologies today.
After years of industry pundits preaching about mobile data, it has finally arrived.
When it comes to wireless antennas, we've all heard of NIMBY or BANANA But how about NOTUP?
Sprint Nextel posted worsening first-quarter losses amid reports that the carrier may outsource its network to Ericsson
A court in Illinois has ruled that iPCS subsidiaries can go ahead with its litigation against Sprint Nextel.
Japan’s deepening recession has hit the country’s top wireless carrier, NTT DoCoMo.
Interoperability is one of those recurring issues that’s been lost and revived so many times that its latest resurfacing could be seen as either redundant or miraculous.
Cablevision has unveiled a mobile version of its consumer Web portal for its data subscribers.
Interesting advancements in wireless technology specifically promise to help simplify the transition to green.
The growing prevalence of 3G networks is enabling broader bandwidth for mobile devices.
In-Stat says femtocells will make up 61 percent of small cellular base station revenue by 2013.
A hacksaw and a few other tools were probably all it took for someone to sever eight fiber-optic cables in Silicon Valley last week.
Nortel is in bankruptcy. Motorola is reporting a loss of $3.96 billion in the last fiscal quarter. Net subscriber adds are down sharply for the largest nationwide carriers. With news like this, it is easy to feel pessimistic about the future of the wireless industry.
Telecom-related programs will get $7.2 billion under the economic stimulus bill set for President Barack Obama’s signature today.
Alcatel-Lucent posted its eighth-straight quarterly loss after its earnings were wiped out by a $5.03 billion write-down of its assets.
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