A U.S. Senate investigation has found that third-party companies are pocketing billions from residents, cities and companies –– basically anyone with a phone bill.
T-Mobile, which just had its acquisition by AT&T blocked by regulators, is now urging the federal government to block another deal in the wireless world.
Phone company Verizon will challenge Netflix and start a video streaming service later this year with Redbox and its DVD rental kiosks.
AT&T will pay TiVo at least $215 million through June 2018, becoming the latest TV signal provider to settle a patent lawsuit involving the DVR pioneer.
A faster iPhone with an improved camera went on sale on Friday as hundreds of buyers camped out to be among the first to get one.
History repeated itself this morning, with the iPhone 4S pre-ordering process getting off to what can only be described as a bumpy start.
The Longhorn Network has its first national carrier. Verizon announced it will carry the ESPN-backed network for its FiOS TV subscribers.
AT&T saw a rebound in the number of new contract subscribers in the second quarter, showing resilience in the face of competition from Verizon.
Apple is selling “unlocked” iPhones in the U.S. for the first time, allowing owners to switch carriers to a limited extent.
Can American consumers get good wireless service at a fair price if they must choose between just two national companies?
Consumers Reports says the iPhone that works on Verizon Wireless’ network has a similar problem to the original. If the phone is held in a certain way, it could cause dropped calls or problems dialing out.
AT&T said the company will start “very aggressively” marketing smart phones based on Google’s Android software.