Mobile users in developing nations with slower internet connections don't need to download Chrome or go onto Safari -- instead, they can simply get on Internet. The aptly named app is the latest product to emerge from Amazon.
The possibility of high-speed global internet just took a step towards becoming a reality this week, as the FCC approved the SpaceX plan to establish a "constellation" of thousands of satellites in the next few years.
The Indonesian island of Bali is planning to shut down its mobile internet services on Saturday as part of a holiday that encourages self-reflection. It's the first time Bali has made such a move for the sacred Nyepi holiday.
Oregon is the latest state taking net neutrality into its own hands, as a proposed bill just passed the House on Monday and heads to the Senate. The bill prevents state agencies from dealing with ISPs not honoring net neutrality.
Oledcomm debuted what it claims is the first Li-Fi-connected object in the world. It's called MyLiFi, and it offers wireless, radio wave-free internet at the speed of light, and all from an attractive LED lamp. It's now on Kickstarter.
AT&T spent millions lobbying against net neutrality. Now it's now calling on Congress to draft new laws. Why the change? It's possible the company is worried about having to deal with dozens of net neutrality laws at the state level.
Intel recently made an announcement that it will be readying new chips for what is going to be the next generation of Wi-Fi. In 2018, Intel is going to make its home Wi-Fi portfolio larger with its new 802.11ax chips.
Of all of the first world problems, bad internet is probably the most frustrating. If you're looking to get Fios high-speed internet to boost those internet speeds, you can check your availability online.
Nine of Europe’s largest press agencies are calling for internet giants like Facebook, Google, and Snapchat to pay for news content used on its sites. The agencies made their plea in the French daily newspaper Le Monde.