New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Tuesday announced the launch of the nation's largest continuous free public Wi-Fi in Harlem. "It will provide free, fast outdoor Internet connections ...
8 hours ago from Techspot
During a recent speaking engagement at an investor conference in New York City, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said wireless networks can’t afford to continue to subsidize devices like ...
4 hours ago from Techspot
After nearly a year in beta testing, NimbleTV's streaming service is at last ready for prime time. Anyone with an address in the New York City area can sign up to watch local cable programming ...
Tue 10 Dec 13 from Engadget
US mobile carriers provided some one million records to law enforcement in 2012 related to warrants, wiretaps, location data and "cell-tower dumps," documents released by a US senator showed.
Mon 9 Dec 13 from Phys.org
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said Tuesday that the company must go through some short term growing pains, but should start to see network improvements by the middle of 2014. [Read more]
Tue 10 Dec 13 from CNET
A deal with the Canadian communications company will enable US customers who have LTE devices to access high-speed service while in Canada. [Read more]
Mon 9 Dec 13 from CNET
Carriers far and wide have been angling to position themselves as more than just data and voice providers, and now, operators such as Verizon are starting to put their money up in order to ...
Mon 9 Dec 13 from HotHardware
AT&T is reducing monthly fees for people who pay for their own devices.
Thu 5 Dec 13 from Phys.org
The mHealth Alliance, one of the partnering organizations in this year’s mHealth Summit, is celebrating its fifth year of coordinating mHealth projects around the world. Patricia ...
15 hours ago from Healthcare IT News
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