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Aviation concerns have grounded a planned 5G expansion—again
Telecom companies have agreed to leave their 5G plans on pause due to continued FAA safety worries.
Verizon wants to use Amazon satellites to bring broadband to rural areas
The companies are betting on yet-to-be-launched satellites to expand broadband service.
Comparing the limits of ‘unlimited’ smartphone data plans
You get access to lots of data, but it may not be very fast.
Verizon Built A Semi-Working Smartphone In Minecraft
PR stunts are getting pretty square these days
Verizon To Offer Live Online Roadside Assistance Gadget For Any Vehicle
It's like OnStar for everybody
What To Know About The Net Neutrality Ruling
What does it mean that the DC Circuit Court struck down the FCC's "Open Internet Rules?"
A Hacked Mobile Antenna In A Backpack Could Spy On Cell Phone Conversations
Vulnerability could allow for homegrown NSA-like spies.
Why Government Phone Spying Is Really About Big Data
Verizon has given the U.S. National Security Agency information on all its telephone calls for months. But it's not the calls' content the government is looking at—it's their context.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, And Even The New T-Mobile Are Trying To Screw You
T-Mobile announced its new "Uncarrier" strategy--no more two-year contracts, pay for the phone up front. It's a step in the right direction, but not enough. Let's ban all smartphone subsidies and contracts.