FilmOn X continued to blaze a unique legal path for itself and potentially its rival Aereo. The company was held in contempt of court and threatened with a $20,000 per-day fine for violating a judge's injunction against its service in October.
The Department of Defense and the broadcasting industry struck a deal that will clear the way for the FCC to auction the 1755-1780 MHz band as part of the AWS-3 auction, a move long sought by the CTIA and wireless carriers clamoring for more airwaves.
In the latest edition of our Top Wireline Telecom Turkeys, we are serving up a healthy portion of companies' failed initiatives, products, strategies, and executive mishaps of 2013.
Windstream is the latest service provider to ask the FCC to take a closer look at AT&T's proposal to eliminate discounts for five-year and longer term plans for its TDM-based special access services.
The FCC revealed the first data points from its mobile speed test application for Android devices, whoing the app has been installed more than 30,000 times so far and has generated around 40,000 collections of the full suite of mobile broadband speed measurements.
The FCC will explore whether to allow wireless voice calls on U.S. flights, opening up a potentially contentious debate over what kind of mobile use is socially acceptable on airplanes.
Ixia's legal and financial tangles continue to mount as the test and measurement company received a noncompliance notice from the Nasdaq stock exchange because of its delay in filing its Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended Sept. 30.
Telenor does not expect to start operating its network in Myanmar before August 2014 due to a delay in finalising the licence, the operator's CEO said on Wednesday.
Tom Wheeler, the FCC's new chairman, wants to get the TDM to IP transition moving and has proposed that the regulator issue an order on the matter at its upcoming meeting in January, a move that AT&T applauded. The incumbent's own IP migration has been stymied by the Commission's slow pace on the matter.
Belgacom is seeking a new CEO after the Belgian government, which owns 53.5 per cent of the operator, sacked Didier Bellens from the post because of his repeated criticism of the authorities.