InformationWeek: If Sprint doesn't announce new WiMax equipment at CTIA, then we've got our answer.
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Commission moves to crack down on wireless billing practices, votes to begin rulemaking process for mobility fund to spur new wireless data networks.
Leading wireless provider, feeling the heat from the Federal Communications Commission, commits to refunding millions of consumers for charges for data sessions that they did not initiate.
With fissures along party lines, Federal Communications Commission approves wireless competition report while the industry worries that it's a stepping stone to tougher regulation.
Android tablets with Flash to take on the iPad, as well as 4G developments and advances in telehealth are the emerging trends in wireless.
CEOs of the world's largest wireless service and mobile device companies stuck to the same talking points during the opening keynote address at the CTIA Wireless show: more spectrum and less government.
The wireless convention kicks off in Las Vegas and we outline the highlights of what to expect from the mobile industry. Hint -- Windows Phone 7 Series handsets, new Skype mobile apps and perhaps a 4G smartphone.