The FCC is preparing to vote on making 1,200 megahertz of spectrum available for unlicensed use in the 6GHz band.
It’s official: T-Mobile and Sprint have merged to create the New T-Mobile.
The FCC has set a deadline for phone carriers to support the STIR/SHAKEN protocol, in an effort to fight robocalls.
Huawei is warning that Pandora’s box would be opened if the U.S. proceeds with its plans to cut the company off from its chip supplies.
While it may seem 5G is taking a long time to roll out, new data shows deployment is moving along much faster than its predecessors.
President Trump signed two bills into law Monday, aimed at improving both 5G security and broadband availability.
The fact is as much as 5G is going to be tremendous, and it’s going to bring an amazing architectural shift to our economy and to our markets and economy, it’s still not here, says Skyworks Solutions CEO Liam Griffin. It is here in certain areas but the rollout has been somewhat delayed due to coronavirus.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Akamai has announced it’s going to start slowing down video game downloads during peak times.
Verizon has announced several measures to assist individuals impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, including providing customers an additional 15GB of data.