The FCC is fining AT&T after an investigation concluded they misled millions of unlimited data customers by throttling their data and failing to adequately notify users of their plan's limitations.
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NBN Co has renegotiated its deal with Telstra and Optus allowing it to take ownership of the current copper and HFC networks during its roll out of the National Broadband Network in Australia.
Nokia has agreed to buy out Siemens' stake in the telecommunications equipment joint venture between the two companies for $2.2 billion, the Lumia manufacturer has announced.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS have entered a merger agreement just one day after the companies announced they were considering a potential merger. The deal is worth $1.5 billion
It appears last month's global outage did little to slow the growth of communications service Skype, with the service having hit a record 27 million simultaneous users yesterday. Gigaom spotted a tweet from Skype's official account...
We've heard a lot about Sprint's foray into the magical world of 4G communication, with its wondrous speeds (up to four times faster than 3G networks) and limited coverage areas. While it may be a...
Watch out, beacause they are claiming they should be paid for every Hyperlink used by millions of websites. /sigh "A British company claimed in federal court Monday that it owns the patent on...