Roaming Away From Investment

Over at Maximum Entropy, industry analyst Bret Swanson (who is also one of our Broadband Ambassadors) echoes the concerns of AT&T’s Bob Quinn earlier this week that the

Apple’s Insane Quarter

Yesterday, Apple released its quarterly earnings, and in yet another example of the power of technology — not to mention the importance of mobile broadband for America’s economy

SOTU & Tech

In last night’s State of the Union Address, President Obama highlighted the need to build out high-speed broadband to everyone in America: Building this new energy future should

Roaming & Investment

In a post at AT&T’s Public Policy Blog, Bob Quinn, the company’s Senior Vice President-Federal Regulatory and Chief Privacy Officer, argues that the recent announcement from wireless carrier

Tablets on the Rise

In yet more evidence that tablet computers like Apple’s popular iPad are shaking up the computer industry, new numbers from the Pew Internet & American Life Project find

Spectrum Action Now

In an op-ed for The Hill‘s Congress Blog, Mobile Future chairman Jonathan Spalter argues it’s critical to free up more spectrum for mobile broadband to keep up with

Flashback Friday

25 years before Apple’s Siri took people by storm, IBM was touting its own voice-recognition technology.

The Issue of Spectrum

In a column for Forbes, tech industry consultant Scott Cleland urges Congress to take a greater role when it comes to valuable spectrum auctions: [T]he more unbounded social-engineering

Speaking of Piracy

While Congress is taking a step back on bills aimed at tackling the issue, the Department of Justice and the F.B.I. are being more active. As Ben Sisario

Protests & Piracy

Earlier this week, a number of popular online sites — including Wikipedia and Google — went “dark” in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect