This week, Roger on the bipartisan bill to help clear the way for auctions in the 28 GHz and 24 GHz bands, plus the latest on Broadcom and Qualcomm.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics wraps up Mobile World Congress, including announcements from T-Mobile and Sprint and more spectrum auctions in the U.S.
This week, AT&T's completed acquisition of FiberTower — along with its spectrum holdings — and the first three cities that will see the carrier's mobile 5G service.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics on a proposal for the U.S. government to build a 5G network — and why the plan wouldn’t work.
This week, Roger discusses financial totals and customer numbers from the top U.S. carriers, as well as the latest report from RootMetrics.
In this week’s episode, Roger discusses Verizon’s quarterly financial results and Sprint’s settlement with cable giant Cox.
AT&T’s CEO calls for an “Internet Bill of Rights” from Congress as another decidedly non-tech company — Burger King — chimes in on the net neutrality debate.
This week, Roger Entner on the net neutrality fight in Washington, early numbers from T-Mobile and Sprint’s new CFO.
In this week's show, Roger reviews a largely underwhelming CES, including the collapse of an agreement between Huawei and AT&T.
Roger Entner and special guest Glenn Lurie, the CEO of Synchronoss Technologies and former head of AT&T’s mobility and consumer operations, discuss the year ahead for the wireless industry.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics on the FCC’s vote to curb Title II regulation of internet providers, plus T-Mobile acquires a set-top box company in hopes of launching a pay TV service.