Cultures and -- most important -- network technologies could make it an oil-and-water relationship.
Keep an eye out for Sprint to pull the rug out from under T-Mobile.
The House Intelligence committee says Chinese telecom equipment threatens national security.
MetroPCS is rumored to be talking to potential buyers.
The U.S. dithers on high-frequency trading while Europe moves toward placing speed traps.
Apple's iOS 6 map app change could show potential customers the way to Android's world.
Telecom tidbits for the week ending Sept. 21, 2012.
Verizon said its cable deal has given it a comfortable spectrum cushion.
AT&T is readying its own self-proclaimed uber push-to-talk network.
Apple's iPhone pricing model just doesn't work everywhere.
Telecom tidbits for the week ending September 14, 2012.
Telecom news for the week.
Telefonica turns a digital eye to the future.
Verizon said it will be adding Windows Phone 8 devices to its lineup.
Telecom tidbits for the week ending Aug. 31, 2012.
Apple used the Lumia smartphone as an example of a non-patent-infringing design.
There's a ripple of hope for Nokia and Windows Phone after Apple beats up Samsung in patent fight.
Rollover Tesla, Ford’s getting serious.
The FCC and DOJ are rumored to be ready to give the go-ahead to Verizon's deals with the cable companies.
How can Windstream keep paying its high dividend with its diminishing free cash flow?