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The City of Portland, Oregon, is suing the FCC for its wireless pre-emption order, which went into effect in January 2019 and limits local government authority to regulate how 5G small cell equipment is deployed.

In September 20...

The Federal Communications Commission’s rule preempting local authority over fifth generation wireless partially took effect this week, with policy experts warning Tuesday it would constrain cities’ deployments.

A pair of orders...

As we usher in a new year, the trends that shaped cities in 2018 are bound to have a ripple effect on the innovations that bloom in 2019. 

Now that dockless vehicles are a common offering in most metropolitan areas across t...

The term “logging off” may soon cease to exist thanks to the much-anticipated arrival of 5G. The newest mobile network is set to roll out next year, with promises of flexible, reliable and secure wireless network access from ju...

January 4, 2019

The first of what may one day be 10,000 small cell towers in Dallas are starting to pop up and they sparked controversy at a City Hall briefing Wednesday.

Dallas is one of the first cities slated to receive faster 5G service fro...

AT&T says its 5G network went live in parts of 12 cities this morning, making it the first wireless carrier to launch a mobile network based on the 5G standard. A small number of customers will be able to use the network starti...

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