Verizon’s CMO on 5G, Back-to-School and the Pandemic-Era Trends Here to Stay

This October, Diego Scotti will mark 6 years at the tech company.

Verizon Will Stream NBA Games in VR Through League Partnership

Verizon-owned Ryot will produce the broadcasts throughout the NBA Restart.

5G’s Rapid Growth Sparked a Conspiracy Theory That Spiraled Amid the Pandemic

The cellular tech requires many towers built quickly. Some saw dark intent, and now America could lose the race to adoption.

After 2-Year Regulatory Maze, Sprint and T-Mobile Have Merged

The telecoms have officially merged, capping off a journey that wound through several levels of the U.S. legal system.

Mobile World Congress Canceled After Coronavirus Scares Off Major Companies

The GSMA has canceled Mobile World Congress after a wave of big companies like Facebook, Amazon and AT&T pulled out over coronavirus fears.

Dozens of Companies Withdraw From Mobile World Congress Over Coronavirus Fears

Facebook, Amazon and Intel are among more than 20 companies to cancel MWC plans, citing health concerns.

How Sports Stadiums Might Be the Best Arena for a 5G Experience

A sports stadium makes it easier and faster to deploy a 5G network that can support all of the possibilities that 5G offers for creating new experiences and capabilities.

AT&T Releases New Crop of ‘Just OK Is not OK’ Ads to Highlight Speed of 5G

A new AT&T campaign is timed to college football playoffs.

Marketing’s Most Exciting Innovations: Top CMOs and Brand Leaders Weigh in

Looking beyond just technology, these chief brand stewards are also thinking more holistically about the latest innovations.

Scientists and Health Professionals Overwhelmingly Think 5G Doesn’t Cause Cancer

Some wonder if 5G might cause cancer, but scientists don't seem to think it'll be an issue.