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T-Mobile announced Monday a new Go5G Next plan that is designed to allow subscribers to upgrade their smartphones on a yearly basis. The plan is available alongside the existing Go5G and Go5G Plus options.
Cisco is adding another company's staff and technology to its Mobility Services Platform, paying a reported $150 million to acquire Norway-based Working Group 2. Why make the deal - and what's the mobility platform all about?
Verizon has launched "myPlan" customizable smartphone plans that essentially unbundle unlimited cellular service from the "perks" that Verizon has offered to subscribers in the past. Right now, for example, signing up for a Verizon "Get More" plan offers unlimited 5G service along with perks like access to Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Disney+, and more.
White House representatives recently met with government officials, business leaders and members of the academic community to discuss strategies for building out next-generation 6G wireless technology and lessons learned from the rollout of 5G. One concern: Competition with China.
Simnovus, a startup focusing on 5G and other wireless technology and its applications, has closed on its first venture funding from a variety of investors totaling $3.2 million.
Verizon is raising the prices on some of its older cell phone plans, the company confirmed to CNN on Monday. The move is part of a broader effort to get more of its customer base on 5G plans.
A look at how North Carolina members of Congress voted over the previous week.
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Federal regulators say Verizon and AT&T will delay part of their 5G rollout near airports to give airlines more time to ensure that equipment on their planes is safe from interference from the wireless signals, but the airline industry is not happy about the deal.
T-Mobile provided the fastest cellular service in the United States during the first quarter of 2022, according to Ookla. For those unfamiliar, Ookla is the company behind the popular Speedtest bandwidth measurement service, and it regularly releases reports on connectivity speeds.
Barely a week after Apple unveiled its first budget 5G smartphone, Samsung announced a competing model that rivals it on price.
By Samantha Murphy Kelly, CNN Business At its first product event of the year on Tuesday, Apple unveiled an upgraded […]
IBM is expanding its efforts to capitalize on cloud computing and the emergence of 5G technology, acquiring telecommunications services and solutions provider Sentaca. It's the latest in a series of deals made by CEO and Chair Arvind Krishna,
Airline industry groups and the FAA have been at odds with Verizon and AT&T as the wireless communications companies launch new technology.
AT&T and Verizon have turned on C-band 5G networks, which are an important set of higher radio frequencies. These networks will supercharge the internet as we know it, allowing users to, for example, stream a Netflix movie in 4K resolution or download a movie in seconds. But how to access them?
The latest on the rollout of 5G C-band technology, and its potential impact on air travel, according to one airline executive: the biggest screwup witnessed during career.
By Samantha Murphy Kelly, CNN Business The next-generation of wireless technology is now even faster for 5G users in some […]
The FAA has warned the plans for expanded 5G could interfere with airline equipment. Verizon and AT&T agreed Tuesday to pause and continue negotiations.
An airline industry group warns of potential "catastrophic disruption" at airports such as RDU due to new rollout of 5G technology from wireless providers. But an AT&T spokesperson told WRAL TechWire that neither airlines or the FAA "utilized the two years they’ve had to responsibly plan for this deployment."
High-speed 5G internet uses so-called C-band frequencies close to those used by aircraft to measure their altitude. The airlines say the technology can interfere with the instruments and create a serious safety hazard.
Jack Ewing, New York Times
AT&T and Verizon have agreed to postpone their planned rollouts of 5G infrastructure near airports by two weeks, averting — for now — feared widespread disruptions to air travel and shipping as well as a potential legal battle over the matter.
A joint letter Sunday from the telecommunications giants to U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Steve Dickson, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration, sought to dismiss concerns brought by U.S. airlines that a new 5G wireless service could harm aviation.
From mask requirements to waived change fees, the pandemic has dramatically changed what it's like to fly. But beginning early next year, even more changes could be coming to air travel — ones that have nothing to do with the coronavirus.
Boeing CEO David Calhoun and Airbus Americas CEO Jeffery Knittel sent a letter to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to say the January 5 rollout could cause interference that could "adversely affect the ability of aircraft to safely operate."
Bob Bruggeworth, Qorvo president and CEO, spoke at a Barclays conference this week about the semiconductor chip shortage, the challenges in silicon supply, and the future of 5G and WiFi.