An increasing number of operators are signing partnerships with Fon to deploy Wi-Fi networks that partition a proportion of bandwidth from consumers' fixed broadband line for public use.
EarthLink today said it launched mobile WiMAX services as an MVNO of Clearwire, the result of a wholesale deal the two companies inked in September.
After months of combing through hundreds of companies, FierceWireless will name its annual "Fierce 15" winners tomorrow.
Tom Wheeler, the former CTIA chief who President Obama nominated to head the FCC, largely steered clear of controversy at his confirmation hearing, winning praise from senators of both parties.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes unveiled a massive restructuring of the company's business focus and balance sheet, intent on reversing seven years of losses at the vendor.
Verizon Communications is considering jumping into the Canadian wireless market and could purchase upstart Wind Mobile in order to do so, Verizon confirmed.
With today's network capacity challenges, backhaul can no longer be an afterthought for wireless operators.
Dish Network said it will not make a new offer for Sprint Nextel to counter SoftBank's revised $21.
AT&T Mobility has begun enabling Apple's FaceTime video chatting service over its cellular network for customers who have an LTE-capable iPhone 5 and an unlimited data plan, according to an AT&T spokesman.
With iOS 7, Apple has added support for game controller hardware from third-party providers. How will this affect developers and the wider world of mobile gaming? Find out in this FierceDeveloper special report.