Potentially moving toward a greater level of broadband regulation, the Federal Communications Commission is considering shifting the classification of broadband from a minimum of 4Mbps up to at least 10Mbps or higher.
Definitely not interested in paying ISP's for preferential treatment, a group of nearly 150 technology companies stood together against the FCC's proposed plan to regulate deals involving paying for speed.
The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday launched its 'Speed Test' app for iOS in the hope that iDevice owners will help it with an ongoing nationwide study on mobile broadband services provided by the nation's wireless carriers.
Unlocking your phone without carrier permission is currently illegal. But new FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has told the wireless industry that it must change its policies to allow consumers to easily unlock their devices without hassle or long waits.
A new proposal from the Federal Communications Commission would both increase the speed of in-flight Wi-Fi connections and likely make it more affordable. Though promising, it will be a few years yet before any real changes are seen.
The Federal Communications Commission wants to lay the groundwork for a free "super Wi-Fi" network across the U.S. Unfortunately, a number of hurdles stand in the way. Here's everything you need to know.
With the potential for an attack on the United States or natural disaster hitting a major city always looming over citizens, cellular providers are banding together with the U.S. government to create an alert system.
Yesterday's hearing of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights over AT&T's planed purchase of T-Mobile USA revealed a healthy dose of skepticism among senators about the deal.