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Wireless in the third quarter of 2014

How did the wireless industry perform in the third quarter of 2014? Check here throughout the third-quarter earnings report season for full earnings reports from the wireless industry's carriers, handset makers, equipment suppliers and others.

FCC's Wheeler: IP transition is not a license to limit competition

DALLAS—FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, like his commission colleagues, is a champion of the IP transition and the capabilities it will bring to service providers but wants to ensure it does not affect competition.

Hewlett-Packard's corporate split comes as mobile focus wanes

Hewlett-Packard's decision to split itself into two publicly traded companies, with one focused on personal computing and printing and the other on enterprise services and networking, comes as the company continues to move further away from the mobile device market.

Dark fiber, small cells represent the next stage of the wireless backhaul land grab

With much of the large-scale wireless backhaul networks built out to accommodate the growing 4G LTE service base, the question is: What's the next frontier for wholesale providers?

Meet the new editor of FierceWirelessTech

I'm excited to introduce the newest member of the Fierce editorial team, Monica Alleven.  Monica is the editor of FierceWireless:Tech and will be writing about all the latest developments in wireless technology--from LTE Advanced to 5G to Wi-Fi and more.

Report: BT faces delay to consumer mobile launch due to technical hitch

BT's planned launch of consumer mobile services could be delayed from the original target of April 2015 because of technical problems with the operator's network, according to a report by the UK's Telegraph newspaper.

GSA: 19 operators now committed to LTE Broadcast

At least 19 operators worldwide have confirmed they are either trialling or deploying LTE Broadcast, and operators and broadcasters in seven European markets have now publically revealed trials to date.

Mobile tools could be vital in Africa's Ebola fight

While Ebola is devastating Liberia, a North Carolina-based nonprofit is teaming with Unicef and the World Health Organization to quickly build a mobile communications system that gives health workers in that nation the resources they need to fight the disease, reports Politico.

FirstNet aims to release final RFP by end of 2015

The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) plans to hold an Industry Day in early 2015 for potential vendors and hopes to release a final request for proposal by the end of 2015, according to an  Urgent Communications  report.

Global telecom service provider capex to decline $6B in 2015, says Dell'Oro

Worldwide service provider capex is set to grow about 3 percent in 2014, but new research from the Dell'Oro Group reveals that a number of issues will drive a $6 billion decline in 2015.