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AT&T will spend $1.6 billion to acquire Straight Path Communications, which owns a nationwide portfolio of millimeter wave wireless spectrum, including 39 GHz and 28 GHz licenses.
There are plenty of rumors circulating that Microsoft is getting ready to introduce an updated Surface Pro 2-in-1 hybrid PC this spring. Here are some improvements Microsoft should include in an updated model.
NEWS ANALYSIS: There are still plenty of reasons to believe that Apple won't stop with the release of the basic iPad model and will follow up by introducing an updated iPad Pro
TESSCO is a major reseller of wireless communication products of all kinds, and a diverse array of those products were on display at the company's annual industry conference. This slide show highlights a few of the products that were exhibited.
The Xfinity Mobile service uses Verizon's network and lets customers buy data at $12 per GB as needed or pay $65 a month for unlimited data.
A survey sponsored by SAP throws cold water on the notion that digital technology such as email, chat, video conferencing and mobile devices has improved workplace collaboration for most companies.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The demand for wireless connectivity is growing beyond the industry's ability to predict or perhaps even manage, according to Murray Wright, CEO of wireless equipment reseller TESSCO.
The 2017 first quarter marked the first time since the 1980s that Microsoft Windows hasn't been the most widely-used operating system in the world.
Here is what Google should do to update its Pixel smartphone with features and performance that approach what's available from Samsung's Galaxy S8 models.
Daily Video: Galaxy S8, S8 smartphones available for preorders: Spreadsheet co-authoring comes to Microsoft Excel on Windows desktop; Samsung, IBM make deal to bring Weather Channel app to smartphones; and there's more.
Samsung Galaxy S8 handsets bring renewed competition in the high-end smartphone market, where Apple's iPhone 7 models retain a dominant position in the U.S. mobile market.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The new Samsung smartphones really only have one thing they need to accomplish, which is restore consumer confidence in the company's smartphone line.