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AT&T announced an extension of its four-year contract worth $15 million with Swedish company ASSA Abloy on Monday.
While T-Mobile became an Apple carrier partner in April, less than 20% of its smartphone activations since then have been iPhones. Should Apple investors be worried?
LTE, the most sought after4G super-fast wireless communications technology, is rapidly gaining momentum globally.
Analog Devices has climbed to new heights on hopes that telecom infrastructure spending will soar. Heightened spending from U.S. carriers AT&T and Sprint could be the catalyst Analog Devices needs to climb higher.
Sprint's service is lackluster, but that could change. Could a deal with Dish Network help Sprint rebound? T-Mobile shows it's possible.
Sprint and Best Buy are offering a year of free service for students who buy a phone at full price from the electronics retailer this holiday season. Here's what it means for both companies.
The Dow Jones Industrials closed above the 16,000 mark for the first time ever, but its gains paled in comparison to the 8% gains that Sprint and Williams-Sonoma posted and the almost 10% jump for Textura. Find out more about what helped these stocks soar.