Recon Analytics founder Roger Entner is walking through the questions raised as major carriers, including T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, plan to launch LTE into unlicensed territory.
After a bit of a spring break, SmartWatch is back! In this episode, we take an in-depth look at...
We sit down with Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner to talk about the biggest news and issues in...
Recon Analytics’ Roger Entner is back and today we’re talking about the Un-carrier announcement...
AT&T and Verizon just wrapped up their second quarter and apart from some impressive customer additions and low churn, the reports are largely overshadowed by the pair’s dueling video strategies. r.
T-Mobile made waves recently with its "Mobile Without Borders" offering, which allows customers free roaming between Canada, the United States and Mexico. In this episode, Roger breaks down just how big a deal this actually is for the industry and postulates on how AT&T, Sprint and Verizon will respond.
Microsoft made a big hardware play when it bought Nokia's handset division and now that move might blowing up in its face.
The jury’s still out on whether Dish will actually receive its auction discounts but new proposed rule revisions seem to ensure no DE will ever get remotely close to that sort of markdown again.
T-Mobile has set about making its existing Un-carrier programs more “amped” and “ballsier” than ever.
The FCC has been very busy lately.
After months of flirting, Dish Network and T-Mobile are finally starting to look like an item. Reports have the two companies in talks about a merger and say Dish is already looking to banks for help putting together the cash.
While Apple's annual WWDC keynote might have brought word of some new features for iOS, OS X and WatchOS, the highly-anticipated event didn't exactly set the Moscone on fire. In this episode of SmartWatch, we take a look at what Apple did and didn't get done during the kickoff for its developer conference.
Although the FCC has yet to make an official announcement, reports suggest the Commission is leaning toward...
In this video from the LTE Innovation Summit, Rohde & Schwartz demonstrate testing for performance of carrier aggregation deployments.
Phone companies have been shifting away from contracts and trying to get you to pay full price — $600 to $700 for a high-end phone. Installment plans are available, along with a leasing option from Sprint.
Big mergers and acquisitions are in bloom this spring but perhaps none are catching as many wireless industry eyes as the proposed Charter-Time Warner team-up.
In this demonstration from the LTE Innovation Summit, Rohde & Schwartz give us an in-depth look at testing for quality and performance in voice and video over LTE.
In this panel at Rohde & Schwartz's LTE Innovation Summit, Wireless Week's Andrew Berg moderates a panel of experts for an in-depth discussion of the challenges and opportunities ahead for an nationwide interoperable first responder's network.
During its Tech World keynote, Lenovo demonstrated a concept technology called Smart Cast that sticks a built-in projector on a smartphone. Flip the Smart Cast around and it becomes a virtual keyboard projected onto a flat surface.