telecommunications industry

One way to invest in the telecom boom

5G wireless is a reality, and it's gearing up for broad adoption. So it should come as no surprise that there is now a fund solely dedicated to the red hot technology.

T-Mobile launches nationwide 5G

T-Mobile on Monday announced the launch of its nationwide 5G network, in what CEO John Legere called "a huge step towards 5G for all."

8 tech gadgets that work offline

It's been a brutal year for data breaches and tech gadget hacks. Technology has unquestionably made life easier in many ways, but being connected to the internet opens up a whole host of concerns.

Sprint may soon be a dead brand

Sprint is a storied American brand, but it's one that could cease to exist if its $26 billion merger with T-Mobile is approved.

Trump wants Apple to be 'building' 5G

President Donald Trump tweeted yesterday after a visit the manufacturing facility in Austin Texas where Apple's Mac Pro is made. His comments raised a lot of questions.

Google Stadia is here, but there are still huge issues

Just days before Google launched its long-awaited video game service, the company announced it would nearly double the number of titles available to play on day one. But even that last-minute move won't be enough to guarantee it succeeds in the increasingly competitive gaming market.

SpaceX launches 60 more internet satellites

SpaceX sent another 60 satellites into orbit on Monday, one of many such launches the company hopes to conduct over the next year as it works to build a massive broadband-from-space business.

FCC greenlights T-Mobile, Sprint merger

The Federal Communications Commission formally approved T-Mobile's acquisition of Sprint on Tuesday, handing the two companies another victory as they seek to complete a $26 billion merger in the face of stiff opposition by more than a dozen state attorneys general and consumer advocacy groups.

Huawei, ZTE could lose US business

The US Federal Communications Commission wants to place more restrictions on Huawei and ZTE by barring companies that receive government money from purchasing equipment or services from the Chinese tech firms.