Latest Telecoms News about USA

Tablets Generate Increased Data Quality Issues as Customer Expectations Rise

  The incidence of data quality problems has risen for the first time in more than four years as the growing number of tablets and mobile broadband devices generates different usage patterns and network quality expectations from smartphone and feature phone device owners,...

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Seniors enjoy benefits of ICT to communicate with younger generations

  A new study from Ericsson ConsumerLab carried out in the United States shows that seniors who use communications technology feel more enriched, informed, younger and more in touch with others and society....

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Alcatel-Lucent to rollout LTE network in Oklahoma and Kansas

  Alcatel-Lucent says that it is to deploy a complete 4G LTE overlay network in the Midwestern U.S. states of Oklahoma and Kansas...

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Operator of Mobile Cramming Scheme Will Pay More Than $1.2 Million in FTC Settlement

  The operator of a massive mobile cramming scheme has agreed to surrender more than US$1.2 million in assets to settle Federal Trade Commission charges, ...

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US Mobile Service Revenues Fell by $1 Billion in Q2

  Mobile services revenues in the USA declined 2% during the second quarter of this year, reflecting a drop of around a billion dollars making it one of the biggest revenue declines in recent times....

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AT&T Upgrades its Push-to-Talk Service

  USA based AT&T has launched an enhanced version of its Push-to-Talk service, that it says is more versatile and feature-rich....

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Sprint Confirms Departure of CEO from the company

  In a statement that was as short in meaningful facts as it was momentous, USA based Sprint confirmed rumours that its CEO, Dan Hesse is leaving the company....

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Sprint Drops Plans for $32 Billion Takeover Bid for T-Mobile USA

  The long expected merger of USA based Sprint and T-Mobile has been dropped, and Sprint's CEO has resigned, according to news reports overnight....

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Apple and Samsung to Drop Some Patent Lawsuits

  Apple and Samsung have agreed to drop their patent lawsuits against each other, but only outside the USA. ...

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23% of Android Smartphone Users are Power Users

  The analysis is based on over one million individual application sessions on more than 1500 Android smartphone users in the US during the first half of the year....

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