Latest Android update strengthens cryptography, VPNs, and other features in the newly streamlined mobile OS.
T-Mobile beats AT&T in phone subscriber additions in Q3 and confirms its 2x20MHz plans for 4G LTE network in 2014.
Carrier launches its own branded Ellipsis 7 tablet with LTE, Redbox Instant, and Verizon Messages.
Ceragon unveils its full line of 'SDN-ready' backhaul, and Lattice goes even deeper with programmable circuits for low-power, low-cost HetNet equipment.
Acting CEO outlines next-gen mobile broadband investment plans and Huawei's views on the potential for software-defined networking (SDN) and OSS/BSS transformation.
Online video is beating cable VoD at its own game, showing enormous growth.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Etisalat, Vivendi reach agreement on Maroc Telecom stake sale; Telefónica's Czech unit back in local hands; Google jobs for Finland.
The datacenter sector awaits the detailing of Cisco's plans for Insieme this week, as Cisco's datacenter rivals position their own strategies.
Vendor is launching a new social WiFi initiative in NYC to combine public and private WiFi hotspots for sponsored, citywide coverage.
Cable STB revenues particularly drop in second quarter as "post-STB" era begins in North America and Western Europe.
Cox has a next-generation TV service in the works, and it could look a lot like Fanhattan’s flareWatch.
OTT video king tests seven sample videos as it gears up for 4K commercial launch in 2014.
BlackBerry agrees to stop shopping itself around for $1B investment from Fairfax, and CEO Thorstein Heins steps down.
Dell's Chief Ethernet Evangelist John D'Ambrosia talks about the Ethernet wow moments that gained him a place in the Light Reading Hall of Fame.
Enterprise small cell startup believes it has 12 months on major players.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: AlcaLu wants to raise $2.7 billion; BASE goes 4G with ZTE's help; Nokia extends patents agreement with Samsung.
Chinese vendor sees software-defined networking (SDN) as a way to get into the datacenter technology market and to enhance the capabilities of its optical offerings.
As part of its Shift Plan, vendor announces new stock issue, a bond sale and a new credit line to boost its available funds by about $2.7 billion.
Carrier runs its Pinsight Media+ group with its own P&L to help it innovate.
Tellabs posted lower revenue and a growing net loss in its third-quarter earnings report, likely its last as a public firm.
The major mobile operators' stores offered rather slim pickings if you were shopping for a new iPad on Friday.
The Rockstar consortium that acquired Nortel's patents has made its move, suing Google and its handset partners for infringing on search-related IP.
Old OSSs serve their function in catalog-based approach to streamlining service provider IT.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TDC cuts its outlook; Middle Eastern operators can't share nicely; Prismgate gets really serious.
AT&T wants to build some of its own 'mHealth' services, but it's also open to letting developers tap its network to build their own.
Second-largest US MSO reports huge customer losses following nasty programming disputes with two broadcasters, fueling more M&A speculation.