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.
"Papa can you hear me? No? Is this thing on?"