The Internet service is expanding in Atlanta, Tennessee and North Carolina.
The NTIA chose which awards to assess, and which to ignore.
Obama is outlining initiatives to be featured in his State of the Union address.
Asian cities — including Seoul, Hong Kong and Tokyo — all ranked highest in speed and cost.
There is nothing new about public utility regulation, and its history is not a happy one.
As we use our smartphones and wireless devices in more and more ways each year, mobile broadband...
Chattanooga, Tenn., and Wilson, N.C., want the FCC to preempt state laws.
AT&T is encouraging a middle-of-the-road approach to regulating the Internet.
Chairman Wheeler provoked the avalanche when he unveiled plans to rewrite net neutrality rules.
“Access to the Internet may be the salvation for" gay, lesbian and transgender individuals, David...
AT&T and DirecTV execs will make the case to lawmakers for their $49B merger.
The FCC revealed its July meeting agenda.
The FCC is considering a increase for its definition of standard broadband Internet speeds.
Obama is slated to head to Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Wednesday.
The order forced companies receiving federal funds to increase speeds for rural customers.
Forbearance isn't the silver bullet that makes Title II reclassification easy.
Wheeler's comments could spell trouble for Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Why should we continue to subsidize places that a private firm will serve without subsidies?
“Consumers deserve to get the broadband service they pay for,” Tom Wheeler said.
Company officials say it's "a mistake" to let local governments create Web networks.
Regulating the Internet as a public utility would perhaps affect no group more than minorities.
Increasing wireless capacity is just part of a broader set of reforms that E-rate needs in order to...
Groups representing the country’s school and libraries are pushing the Federal Communications...
Internet providers were offering 101 percent of their advertised online speeds, the FCC found.