FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants small carrier support for the the upcoming 600 MHz auction, but those carriers are reluctant to give it. They trusted the FCC in the 700 MHz auction and they got screwed.
If you bought a new 2015 Chevy, you’ve probably noticed it didn’t come with any of the streaming and infotainment apps GM promised. The reason? GM has decided to leave that development work to Apple and Google.
LG has not two, but three connected watches coming to the U.S. market this year, and it’s got more in pipeline. The company is even exploring a watch design based on its bendable G Flex technology.
Sprint got a jump on its competitors by announcing a special promotional data plan and trade-in program just hours after the iPhone 6’s unveiling.
The carriers have just as much at stake as Tom Wheeler in ensuring the 2015 incentive auction is a success. To that end, Wheeler wants them to publicly commit to bidding in it.
Telefónica will take AT&T’s smart home automation and security platform for a whirl in Digital Life’s first licensing deal. It’s AT&T’s hope it can replicate Digital Life around the world.
Cricket Wireless displays will start showing up GameStop locations around the country as Cricket looks to expand its retail reach and GameStop invests more in its mobile sales.
Open Garden is teaming up with TrackR to connect its FireChat and bandwidth-sharing apps to TrackR’s smart tags. Why? A FireChat user may one day help locate your lost luggage.