Sprint plans to raise prices and roll out 5G next year
The company is keeping up with the competition.
AT&T's big DirecTV Now update arrives this spring
It's a good thing, too, as AT&T is bleeding conventional TV subscribers.
A state-run 5G network is impossible in the US
The FCC is too weak, and the carriers have too big of a head start.
CBS and Viacom are reportedly exploring a massive media merger
The talks are just preliminary, though.
AT&T calls for net neutrality laws after fighting to end FCC rules
It's saying one thing, but doing another.
FCC chair proposes $500 million push for rural broadband
The order would also institute new regulations to the Connect America Fund.
US Congress reportedly lobbied AT&T to dump Huawei smartphones
Meanwhile, Apple's iPhone 7 Plus is the second-best-selling smartphone in China.
Huawei's AT&T deal may have failed due to political pressure
House and Senate members expressed concern over the company's ties with Chinese intelligence.
AT&T reportedly won't sell Huawei phones after all
WSJ says the China-based phone manufacturer won't be announcing a deal this CES.