Developers complain about gosh-darn censorship.
AWS is transforming to reach beyond its hardcore developer base, says analyst Zeus Kerravala.
Since early 2017, The Carlyle Group and five other entities pursued M&A discussions with Arris before CommScope deal was consummated last month, filing shows.
Auction 101 keeps on trucking, with 355 licenses still outstanding.
In this video interview, Independence Research's Matt Davis examines the potential for cable operators to deliver mobile services to small-to-midsized businesses.
Cisco security head Gee Rittenhouse talks with Light Reading's Mitch Wagner about how network operators can use AI, machine learning, blockchain and other emerging technologies to protect against threats.
Verizon adds a fully integrated 5G smartphone to its line-up for 2019.
All three mobile operators in South Korea have now launched 5G networks, and their focus is on the business rather than the consumer market.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Accenture revives Telefonica; Telia's 5G robot; BT tees up new security boss; Deutsche Telekom digitizes breakdown recovery.
Finnish equipment vendor says loan will help to make the Nordic region more competitive in the forthcoming 5G era.
Decision arrives more than a year after a court ordered TWC to pay Sprint almost $140 million.
The French telecom incumbent is taking its AI-powered, digital banking service outside France, with launches planned in Romania and Spain next year.
A higher, 25% tariff slated to take effect in 2019 is postponed for 90 days as the sides try to iron out a long-term trade arrangement.