Latest Telecoms News about USA

Fitch: Net Neutrality Rules May Affect Telecom Investment Plans

  The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision on net neutrality could affect telecom investment plans, according to Fitch Ratings....

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Verizon first in the US with Ericsson Radio Dot System

  Verizon has become the first US mobile network operator to deploy the Ericsson Radio Dot System in a commercial building....

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Ericsson sues Apple for patent infringement to defend fair licensing system

  The patents include standard essential patents related to the 2G and 4G/LTE standards as well as other patents that are critical to features and functionality of Apple devices...

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Fitness Trackers and Smartwatches Attracting Very Different Segments of the Market

  Age, income, and gender vary greatly among fitness tracker and smartwatch owners, according to NPD....

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Fitch: Verizon Highlights Spectrum and Technology Roadmap

  A modest positive effect on Verizon's credit profile is likely should it increase capacity via spending on small cells, deployment in unlicensed spectrum and on advances in technology rather than by acquiring spectrum at relatively high valuations,...

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New NIST tools to help boost wireless channel frequencies and capacity

  To help solve the wireless crowding conundrum, researchers at NIST are developing measurement tools for channels that are new for mobile communications and that could offer more than 1,000 times the bandwidth of today's cell phone systems....

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Smartphone Ownership among U.S. Millennial Moms Surpasses Laptop/PC Ownership

  Millennial moms' ownership of smartphones in the U.S. outpaces ownership of laptop and desktop computers for the first time, and that they are spending 35 percent more time online via their smartphones...

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Just 25% of T-Mobile Subscribers Prefer the Two-Year Mobile Contract Model

  Just a quarter of T-Mobile USA subscribers prefer the traditional mobile contract model of a two-year contract with a subsidized handset, according to Parks Associates....

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Sprint Looking to Double Retail Outlets in RadioShack Grab

  As part of RadioShack's recent bankruptcy filing, Sprint aims to expand its branded store distribution by approximately 1,750 stores....

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USA: iPhone 6, iPad Air most gifted in 2014 holiday quarter

  Apple was certainly top of mind for US consumers when it came to their holiday season wish lists. Nationally, iPhones represented 57% of all smartphones given as gifts while iPads made up 33.7% of all gifted tablets....

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