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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.

BT wins in US – neat

BT has produced a handy little win in the US after the General Services Administration (GSA) selected BT Federal as one of the companies to be eligible to propose to provide services.

US net neutrality debate set to explode

The political battle lines are being drawn as the FCC deadline for consultation on repeal of regulations that restrict ISP’s ability to favour certain traffic looms.

Freepress says Pai is talking rubbish

Pro-net neutrality lobbyist Freepress has conducted a study on network investments in the Title II era coming to the conclusion net neutrality has not had any adverse effect.

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