Telecoms

07.29.15
Sprint counters T-Mobile with 10GB of shared family data
07.29.15

Sprint counters T-Mobile with 10GB of shared family data

Sprint's new Family Share Pack is four lines, unlimited calling and text, plus 10GB of shared data for $100 a month. $120 a month if you want to share 40GB.

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09.30.12
LightSquared pitches new plans to FCC in attempt to end GPS interference hex
09.30.12

LightSquared pitches new plans to FCC in attempt to end GPS interference hex

If you thought filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy was the final chapter in LightSquared's wireless n...

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09.13.12
Huawei complains about US spying allegations, implies McCarthy-style victimization
09.13.12

Huawei complains about US spying allegations, implies McCarthy-style victimization

"We must remember always that accusation is not proof." So begins a report sponsored and published...

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03.15.12
Sprint kicks LightSquared to the curb as it contests FCC ruling
03.15.12

Sprint kicks LightSquared to the curb as it contests FCC ruling

Sometimes when you start heading downhill, it can be hard to stop. Take LightSquared for instance -...

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03.05.12
China claims one billion mobile phone users, India shrugs
03.05.12

China claims one billion mobile phone users, India shrugs

China claimed 900 million mobile users last April, but back then it still seemed possible that Indi...

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01.18.12
LightSquared says obsolete devices used in 'rigged' testing of its LTE network
01.18.12

LightSquared says obsolete devices used in 'rigged' testing of its LTE network

LightSquared's encountered many bumps on the road to winning clearance for its LTE network, but it...

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01.14.12
LightSquared's LTE hopes dashed by federal agency report
01.14.12

LightSquared's LTE hopes dashed by federal agency report

When it was first mooted that LightSquared's LTE technology might interfere with GPS equipment, the...

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01.02.12
Telecoms win immunity in wiretapping case, US court approves separate suit against the government
01.02.12

Telecoms win immunity in wiretapping case, US court approves separate suit against the government

Looks like a case of good news-bad news for the Electronic Frontier Foundation in its fight against...

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