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Could we have 5G as soon as next year?
Verizon has announced its ‘aggressive’ roadmap for fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless technology, beginning by launching field trials next year.
Verizon rolls out Wireless Connected VoIP
“We see this as an ideal offering particularly for our business VoIP customers that communicate with people on the go.”
Managed security services - who's top dog?
IDC has assessed how each MSSP vendor measures up against the others to determine who was leading the pack in the market.
IDC report shows back to school promos and US appetite boost worldwide tablet market
The worldwide tablet market has grown 11.5% year over year in the third quarter, according to IDC
US broadband congestion due to backbone business deals, study says
A new study states broadband congestion is caused by the relationships between major broadband providers and internet backbone providers.
iPhone fallout: Apple turns sour
Wall Street sees a drop in Apple shares amid disappointment about its two latest iPhone products, while investors snap up record Verizon Communications bonds.
Vodafone finally cashes in on Verizon Wireless
Joint ventures and strategic partnerships have a productive lifecycle and this one had run its course...
Vodafone sells Verizon stake for US$130bn
Telco agrees to dispose of its US wireless group, closing a 14-year relationship in the process.
AT&T buys T-Mobile
AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom in a deal worth US$39 billion.
Verizon iPhone 4 also has death grip issues
Consumer Reports says that the new Verizon iPhone 4 suffers the same reception problems as the original model, only now you don't get a free case.
Motorola sues TiVo
TiVo in the dock for allegedly infringing Motorola patents for digital video recorders.