Two hundred million dollars sounds like a lot of cash, but it's just a drop in the bucket for many multinationals companies.
This week, T-Mobile rolled out its “5G” service nationwide. But instead of a revolutionary change in data speeds, it’ll boost downloads by an average of 20%.
In its quest to improve internet access, the state is taking matters into its own hands.
A Wired reporter tells about the man responsible for nearly 100 million automated calls.
Washington regulators are debating a ban on Chinese telecom hardwire, but rural America may pay the price.
The story behind bandwidth throttling.
But are we too late to the party?
Hint: It's complicated.
Turns out, building a new wireless network doesn't happen without a tussle.
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking to limit the municipal fees that wireless companies must pay to install their new 5G antennas.