Texas bill would make it illegal to throttle data in disaster areas
Whether or not it passes is another story.
Sprint sues AT&T over its fake 5G branding
The lawsuit claims "5G Evolution" branding damages Sprint's legitimate 5G.
Flickr postpones photo deletions for free users to March 12th
Feedback and download troubles prompted the extension.
Flickr will start deleting your photos tomorrow if you're over its limit
There are narrow exceptions to the rule.
Judge rejects Yahoo's proposed settlement over data breaches
It's not clear how much victims would receive for their trouble.
Ask Engadget: Is 5G worth waiting for?
The next generation of mobile connectivity is almost here. So, should you hold off on that new smartphone?
T-Mobile's Metro is launching a 'snackable' video service in February
Will it fare any better than what you've seen from rival carriers?
Nokia returns to the US with help from Verizon and Cricket Wireless
It has also teamed up with Rogers in Canada.
Senators demand investigation into carrier location-selling scandal
They also want the FCC and FTC to force carriers to tell customers if and how their data was shared.