The FCC will allow Qualcomm to test the new LTE-U technology.
Precinct officials will be filing their caucus results on a Microsoft app.
A new rule could give consumers more choices for watching pay television.
T-Mobile’s Binge On has come under fire from net neutrality advocates.
Trump was the most Google-searched candidate despite not being on the stage.
Lyft’s biggest competitor, Uber, has also publicly touted the benefits of ObamaCare.
The controversial service lets customers stream video without using up their monthly data allotment.
Trump has attributed much of the boost in debate ratings this cycle to his presence.
A series of US officials traveled to Cuba last week to talk telecom policy.
The drivers will still be considered contractors, rather than employees.
The company said it is trying to verify customer feedback.
He will meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.
Microsoft has partnered with both parties to help caucus reporting.
Hillary Clinton edged Bernie Sanders among Democratic candidates.
"We have to make sure all of our kids are equipped for the jobs of the future."
The awards will come at an event in April.
The report has been criticized by some.
Cable TV, satellite and radio will have to provide online access to their political files.
A campaign official questioned why Microsoft is providing technology for free.
A coalition led by the cable industry opposes the proposal.
The hearing will examine the law behind controversial spying programs.
The National Security Council is not subject to open records laws, a court ruled.
The Science Guy says the auto racing league should look to "the future rather than the past."
Very little data exists on the rise of companies such as Uber and Airbnb.