Ahead of president's trip to stump for National Wireless Initiative, White House details funding breakdown, promising deficit reduction while delivering mobile broadband to 98 percent of population.
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Microsoft says an "inefficiency exists in the synchronization of e-mail between the Windows Phone Mail client and Yahoo Mail."
According to new Cisco study, global mobile traffic grew by 159 percent in 2010 -- what's going on and what does it mean for both fixed and wireless networking?
Brighthand: New "Premium Data add-on charge" will up the cost for using a new smartphone by $10 per month.
Leading wireless carrier reaches record settlement with Federal Communications Commission to resolve errant charges as the agency continues its inquiry into the billing practices of the wireless industry.
Latest splash of unwelcome news for the wireless sector comes from the Hill, where House Oversight Committee subcommittee Chairman Dennis Kucinich announces a probe into debt-collection practices.
The telecom giant named Lowell McAdam as its new chief operating officer, a temporary stopover until he eventually replaces current CEO Ivan Seidenberg.
Despite the popularity of CDMA-based phones in the U.S., Microsoft will only support GSM when Windows Phone 7 debuts next month.
A purchase of the Infineon chipset would give Intel a one-stop mobile phone offering and put it on a collision course with Qualcomm.
The respected consumer product testing publication says the iPhone's problems aren't likely to be solved by Apple's software fix. Instead, it suggests duct tape.
Unlimited data plans are bad for network performance, but even tiered data billing may not be enough to keep consumers and enterprise users happy.
No more one-size-fits-all data plans, and the tiered billing system is for both new and existing customers.
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.
The nation's first 4G carrier says it's no longer limited to just WiMAX and is free to embrace the competing technology if it wants. Will it?
It's not just wishful thinking; a whole lot of Verizon Wireless customers want an iPhone on their carrier. Just how many should give AT&T pause, because its customers are not happy.