US

T-Mobile and Sprint decide to stay single

Having swiped right on each other weeks ago T-Mobile US and Sprint have decided they’re just not ready to be tied down to a relationship right now.

FCC gives greenlight for Globalsat

Globalsat Group has announced it has been authorized by the FCC to provide telecommunications services originating within the US.

Why did I miss American Pai?

The star speaker on the final day of Broadband World Forum 2017 was supposed to be FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, but he ended up blowing it out.

US senate orders another piece of Pai

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has been given the green light for a second five year term at the US regulator, as the Senators voted 52-41 in favour of the Republican.

US telcos put aside differences to tackle authentication

The big four operators in the US have shown that they can actually get along by creating the Mobile Authentication Taskforce, with the objective of creating a mobile authentication solution for enterprises and customers in 2018.

Is it all falling apart for US self-driving ambitions?

Considering it is home to some of the worlds’ leading technology companies, many would assume the US would lead the self-driving race, but reports claim a staggering path which is more suited to a walk home on Friday night.

Comcast’s Verizon MVNO goes live

US cable and content giant Comcast is having a go at mobile via a new MVNO running on the Verizon 4G network as well as a bunch of wifi hotspots.

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