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AT&T will use Connected Car Cloud for a new LTE service
The two companies have been trading harsh words for a week, and now T-Mobile is offering a $200 credit to trade in their Blackberrys.
Having proven Google Fiber works, Google plans to launch the service in 34 cities across eight metropolitan areas. But not all of them.
The buyout might improve service for some,but it would give a larger Comcast more control over users' broadband experience.
Higher data caps, lower prices on Edge plans, earlier upgrades, and faster speeds are on tap for Verizon customers.
Mobile data traffic is expected to grow by 61 percent annually into 2018, and wearables will increasingly play a role, Cisco researchers estimate.
Bills in the House and Senate would restore the FCC's rules after an appeals court threw them out.
Mobile Share Family Value plans now start at $130 per month for two lines and 10GB of data, but you'll have to pay full price for each smartphone upfront or in monthly installments.
The carrier had a net gain of more than 800,000 wireless subscribers.
Half of all interactions with apps will come from wearables by 2017, Gartner says.
Sensors help players improve their game with smart gadgets and digital coaching.
Is your streaming video chugging because your router sucks or your ISP sucks? Google wants to answer that very question.
The changes called for regarding NSA surveillance include new privacy advocates to be assigned to a surveillance court and a transition away from a controversial U.S. telephone records collection program.
The company's mobile broadband will now work on Sprint's sprawling 3G network, with LTE coming down the line. And it may be a good deal for some customers.