Supercomm 2009 is on someone's mind
Let your fingers do the walking as Sprint unveils location service that will map nearby 'points of interest' for mobile users on WiMax
Basic research takes another hit
The DNS company says it's got a better response to the latest cache poisoning trick
RadioFrame closes $28M funding round and will use the money to speed its femtocells to market
China Mobile sets timeline for a big 3G TD-SCDMA commercial launch next year and reports stellar first-half results
The iPhone 3G could have some huge problems on the horizon, as we learn from the story of Handset X
T-Mobile International gets downgraded to a B- in Unstrung's latest carrier scorecard
Report says Mike Quigley is favorite
Apple forced to stop TV commercial in UK
The NetIron family gets a little brother in the form of edge switches that play up Provider Backbone Bridging
AT&T eyes biz travelers with new iPhone plans
Vendor deploys WiMax for Thai university
Latest SEC filings say that Clearwire's funds will last 'at least next 12 months' with expected $3.2B cash influx
Level 3 provides both online video delivery and broadcast backhaul services for the Democratic National Convention
WiMax is popping up across the US even as we wait for the 'new' Clearwire to get rolling
The FCC's wrist-slapped Comcast, but that might not mean Sandvine gets cut off from the operator
Stuck for near-term growth, could Cisco make a run at buying Brocade?
Hometown hero RIM plots northern exposure for first 3G BlackBerry
Comcast teams with Intel, but will these 'widgets' show up on a set-top near you anytime soon?
Cellular giant is silent on the status of its 'open access' project; analysts suggest that it could be waiting for Android
Some believe WDM-PON is the FTTH endgame, but AlcaLu isn't convinced
Houston, we have a connection!
Comcast has 30 days to comply with a new FCC order that bans P2P app throttling... or else some vague things will happen to the MSO
Ericsson and STMicroelectronics join forces to create a new joint venture mobile platform and chipset company
The FCC today posted the official order that calls on Comcast to stop its 'discriminatory network management practices'
Most operators plan femtocell deployments for 2010 or later, according to a new survey from Heavy Reading
Docs filed with the FCC suggest a Fall launch for the Android handset, but T-Mobile's slow 3G rollout could be a fly in the ointment
Tap the news meter, see if it flickers
The C-series finds a friend in IBM
Collaboration is the key as search giant buffs up team prior to Android handset launch
Clearwire says that it's on track to close Sprint Nextel deal in Q4 despite AT&T's complaints about spectrum holdings
Will Huawei's US moves put the squeeze on traditional cable suppliers?
Carriers and equipment vendors the world over are starting to talk about a new generation of Ethernet services. More than just a connection, they're using the term 'Carrier Ethernet 2.0' to describe a service that's aware of the applications running over an Ethernet connection a managed service that can even extend service levels to third-party networks
A bubble survivor that's even profitable
With hordes of devices!
Chinese operator estimates $14.6B in wireless capex in 2009-2010, by which time it should be holding a 3G license
Or, are Apple's 3G problems really such a big surprise?
Another round for the former Luminous crew
NCTA chief challenges Verizon's argument that tru2way will throw a big monkey wrench into the telco's FiOS TV platform
AT&T's double-think on WiMax
Users of the device outside of the US report poor connections
A 'micro-client' architecture from Silicon Image deemed 'complementary' to tru2way gets the vote at CableLabs confab
WiFi aggregator appears to have backed the right horse by betting on a crush of 802.11-enabled smartphones
The Apple CEO says it would be irresponsible not to be able to deactivate a malicious program sold through its App Store
SeaChange on Internet TV Mindset for Cable
Analyst firm predicts that the withdrawal of Sprint's $3B private placement of preferred stock could signal iDEN sale
Launches TV caller ID to subscribers for another $2 per month, and gives Integra5 its largest customer announcement so far
DefCon session will feature iPhones running WiFi scans and sophisticated spear-phishing tricks
WiMax upstart has its eyes on the fourth quarter as it preps for mobile WiMax and mobile broadband venture
Operator posts lowest new subscriber numbers per quarter for two years; could they be hurtin' for 3G?
It's another predictably dismal quarter for the US's third-largest carrier, but are there green shoots on the horizon?
Even if its union workers end up on strike, Verizon says it's got a plan to keep FiOS rolling
Slow growth will continue through the next two quarters at least, CEO John Chambers says
John Callahan, a top software and video engineer with Time Warner Cable, has been named CTO of ActiveVideo Networks
Confirming an Unstrung scoop of yesteryear, AT&T CTO says that the carrier puts WiMax 'top of the list' for potential rural wireless
In a divisive 3-2 vote, the Commission orders Comcast to cease the use of its existing bandwidth management platform by year-end
Was your mouse finger quick enough to get free access to the FCC meeting?
Charges and CDMA hit Nortel's Q2 profits, but revenues and operating profits are up, and it's still on course to hit full-year targets