The road to 5G has been anything but smooth. These are the problems that are holding 5G back.
AT&T's 5GE network is nothing like 5G, and in fact falls short of rival carriers' LTE networks, based on testing.
After a weekend of testing Verizon’s fledgling 5G network in Chicago, I came away with some impressions about the early days of this new networking standard.
When 5G networks launch next year, they’ll bring faster data speeds and other benefits. But you may want to pause before jumping in as an early adopter.
Now that Google has opened up its wireless service to more phones, you might be considering a switch to Google Fi. Here's what one customer experienced — both good and bad.
Sprint may lag behind the other Big Four carriers in network speed, but its performance is still solid — especially considering how compelling its plans are.
Without net neutrality rules, which the FCC just killed, ISPs can obstruct your right to start a business, publish your views or choose which products to buy.
Breaking up broadband monopolies to provide real competition, not net neutrality regulations, will give Americans faster, cheaper broadband.
I've been with Verizon since 2001, but the carrier's performance no longer lives up to its reputation.
AT&T’s price hike for its grandfathered unlimited wireless plan tells one long-time subscriber that it’s finally time to move onto another carrier after eight years.
Donald Trump just called for an unfriendly foreign power to launch a cyberattack on a U.S. citizen, and that's a dangerous stance.
We shouldn't be paying access fees for unsubsidized phone plans. Carriers should follow T-Mobile's lead with more straightforward billing.