New York regulators ponder "BitLicense;" Google hit with massive patent bill.
A pilot project is set to test what happens when two broadcasters start sharing their channels.
Reed Hundt ran the first spectrum auction in the 1990s. He makes the case for pro-competitive regulation.
T-Mobile says it needs more spectrum to compete. So why does it have a commercial bragging about how much bandwidth it has?
Your mobile Internet is about to get a lot better. But first you might have to give up some TV.
Sprint's 2Q earnings report masks an improving strategic position.
Wearable technology will lead to a boom in mobile tethering. That'll create costs for everyone