The United States Supreme Court has killed Apple’s efforts to overturn Qualcomm’s patents, ending the iPhone maker’s long-standing legal battle.
The FCC is getting serious about fighting robocalls, requiring other carriers to block calls from non-compliant ones.
T-Mobile will be the exclusive US carrier for the all-new OnePlut 10T.
Many of AT&T’s customers are in for a major disappointment, with the carrier’s mid-band 5G not supporting the majority of recent phones.
T-Mobile has taken the top honors in J.D. Power’s 022 U.S. Wireless Customer Care Mobile Network Operator Performance Study – Volume 2 for the 10th consecutive time.
T-Mobile continues to expand its 5G Home Internet service, adding coverage for 64 new cities and towns in the US Northeast.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has concluded another spectrum auction, and T-Mobile was the hands-down winner.
T-Mobile is upping the ante once again, giving users the ability to test its network for free for up to three months.
The growth of 5G continues unabated, with global subscriptions reaching 690 million in Q2 2022.
AWS has launched its Private 5G service, although it currently only supports the older 4G LTE.
Apple is using an unexpected argument to protest its Colombian ban, claiming its human rights have been violated.
AST SpaceMobile has signed a five-year deal with Nokia as it works to develop the only space-based cellular network.
T-Mobile released its Q2 2022 results, turning in huge subscriber growth as a result of cheaper plans.
The FBI has accused Huawei of spying for China and installing equipment that could disrupt nuclear operations communications.
T-Mobile and Apple are joining forces to offer a wireless plan that combines T-Mobile’s 5G and Apple’s Business Essentials.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel wants more information from mobile carriers on their data practices.
The hits keep on coming for Dish Network’s 5G plans, with rival DirecTV contacting the FCC with concerns about the impact on satellite TV.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel has informed lawmakers that removing equipment from Huawei and ZTE will cost billions more than anticipated.