News and Articles About Telecommunications
The wireless carrier has shuttered call centers in Texas, New Mexico, Virginia, and Tennessee.
Victims' home addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers could now be up for grabs on the black market.
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Did you know that today's voice communications travel along the same public switched network used in the days of switchboard operators?
The company denied reports that it was testing a so-called mobile virtual network operator.
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The Swedish mobile telecom gear maker is suing over patents related to the 2G and 4G/LTE standards.
Little-known regulations, such as the fact that Tuesday is Mardi Gras Day in Louisiana, can get telemarketers in big trouble.
Our obsession with e-mail ignores a crucial truth about human beings: that we have evolved as listeners, not as readers.
While executives and marketers rely on a whole lot of applications, software services and platforms to seal the deal, they may be underutilizing this secret weapon.
The telecom giant has signed on the first significant customer to its sponsored controversial data program.
The Japanese company is hoping to grow its mobile empire but must overcome antitrust concerns first.
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