As competitors continue to grow with money from the homeland, Xiaomi is left crossing its fingers for investors from the West to hold it high.
Smaller carriers that buy access to Sprint's and T-Mobile's networks on a wholesale basis are worried that the merged company will raise rates.
Prepaid operators are concerned about wholesale data prices from the big players going up with the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile. FreedomPop wants to poke a hole in that fear.
The Nokia name is coming back strong for consumers around the world, but brand licensee HMD wants to kick things into gear to tackle the Indian market.
The honeymoon is over for Snapdragon-powered laptops with Windows 10 and reviews have labeled the experience "slow" beyond casual use. But Qualcomm has a few videos to snap back.
If AT&T were to subsume Time Warner, it would commit to binding arbitration over the license fees of channels like CNN and HBO with its distributor counterparts.
Investors are latching onto pie-in-the-sky movie streaming company Netflix after announce the results of its bonkers holiday quarter.
New enterprise communication and user management tools are coming from Google... and CRM could be in store as well. All to take on Microsoft.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo believes that it will take Google or whoever else two-and-a-half years to get up to Apple's TrueDepth level.
A year's worth of service for $50 should fit the "third of smartphone owners in the U.S." that don't use more than 1GB of data.
Google has been hit with a record €2.4 billion EU fine for anti-competitive practices researched and documented for nearly a decade.
The two chipmakers have reinforced allegations that their market-leading rival has disengaged with the competition and left device-makers stranded.
Chairman Ajit Pai does not foresee his agency scrutinizing the $85.4 billion deal between a telco conglomerate and a media giant.