ZTE claims that this technology makes it “possible for carriers to provide a 5G-like user experience on existing 4G handsets in an accelerated timeframe.”
Essentially, Verizon allowed a man to take control of this woman’s account because he told them that he was the woman’s husband.
Facebook wants to challenge Twitter and try to lure people to use the social networking service while watching a live event.
Delaware is also considering whether to become the first state to offer a “virtual driver’s license” through a mobile application.
The FTC has come to a settlement with TracFone Wireless for throttling and cutting off consumers who purchased an unlimited data plan.
Lawmakers in Taiwan are putting the use of electronic devices on the same level as smoking, drinking and drugs.
Although Google is sending out invitations in those four cities, Google also letting other cities know that they are not done expanding.
Consumer advocates have pointed out that banks could easily take advantage of technology that allows them to determine when cellphone numbers have been transferred.
The NCTA wants the FCC to keep the definition of broadband low so that Comcast won’t look like a monopoly.
Although the NFL currently has an official NFL channel on YouTube, this agreement will allow for people to see in-game highlights during a game.