A fiber cut somewhere in the U.S. has led to major outages in Sprint's network. The hardest hit customer has been Alaska Airlines, which had to delay its flights.
While the ESRB has made an attempt to make the organization relevant in the mobile gaming environment, the two biggest companies that distribute mobile games aren't interested.
Yesterday's hearing of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights over AT&T's planed purchase of T-Mobile USA revealed a healthy dose of skepticism among senators about the deal.
New rules adopted by the FCC Thursday require wireless carriers to offer wireless data roaming for a "reasonable" price.
Sprint Nextel issues a statement responding to the AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile, laying out concerns about how the move will have an adverse effect on "innovation and robust competition."
Rumor is that Sprint plans to unveil two new devices from HTC at its CTIA event this week: The EVO 3D smartphone, and the EVO View 4G tablet.
Big businesses have begun sponsoring college courses in exchange for help with their online marketing.
Sprint and T-Mobile may merge, if a deal can be reached with T-Mobile USA parent company Deutsche Telekom, say unnamed sources.
AT&T is mobile device central, with the iPhone, iPad, and three forthcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphones.
Crowding the already confusing array of wireless plans available, Wal-Mart has unveiled a low-cost wireless plan for its customers.
Sprint will stop selling some of its "push-to-talk" phones.
Cable operator Cox Communications is revving up competition against wireless carriers with plans for its own 3G cellular network.
Both companies have announced that their boards of directors have unanimously approved a definitive agreement for a merger of equals.