Some of the biggest names in the industry are constantly fine-tuning their business models to keep up with the competition. Here's a wrap of key developments – including first-quarter results – at many of the telecom companies that help feed our core readers. ...More
Such a merger obviously would beef up AT&T, already the second-largest mobile provider in America, although Leap is only a fraction of the size of T-Mobile USA with a modest base of 6.2 million customers. ...More
Odds are on an October release date for Apple's next iPhone, but one thing's almost a certainty, no matter the date: LTE-compatibility will bring the customers in droves, perhaps like the computer giant has never seen before. ...More
It's crystal-ball time in New Orleans, as CEOs from the top four wireless companies in the United States took the stage at CTIA Wireless 2012 to lay out the priorities for each of their companies and take a look at what they think will be important ahead. ...More
Apple already makes two of the world’s most popular wireless devices: the iPhone and iPad. Do you think the tech giant will package voice and/or data services with its revered gadgets? Let us know your thoughts on whether Apple will become the next Verizon Wireless. ...More
We spoke with a handful of industry watchers who view with skepticism the idea that Apple would jump into the competitive business of selling mobile voice and data services directly to its vast base of loyal iPhone and iPad customers. ...More
Estimating the total cost of using a cloud infrastructure service is tricky. Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith looks at the components that will make up your bill for Amazon Web Services — the most commonly used IaaS product.