Two cases show what happens when users can coordinate only to block new technologies.
Lawmakers in both chambers introduced legislation to give Americans’ Wi-Fi a boost.
The WifiForward study could aid arguments of people looking to free up more space for Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi plan has proved controversial at the agency and on Capitol Hill.
Two Democratic Senators are pushing back on a proposal from Federal Communications Commission (FCC...
The FCC is poised to vote later this week on the proposal from Chairman Tom Wheeler.
As a result, a lawsuit against the Web giant will proceed in a lower court.
Groups representing the country’s school and libraries are pushing the Federal Communications...
Wheeler's proposal would spend $2B to provide school, libraries with high-speed connections.
The company is currently accepting bids to build a test project through July 28.
Darrell Issa is tired of selling off public airwaves just to fund a pork-barrel project or make a...
They say high-speed Internet is just as important as a "chalkboard and textbooks."
Lawmakers on the Senate Commerce Committee helped reach an accord on the contentious issue.
Federal regulators are putting companies on notice not to block personal Wi-Fi hot spots.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers wants to make more space for Wi-Fi.
The FCC is set to vote on a plan to provide and upgrade Wi-Fi in schools and libraries.
A group of CEOs, from Facebook, HP and more, are pressing the FCC for billions for Wi-Fi.
The Federal Communications Commission is touting a new proposal from Chairman Tom Wheeler to get...
Increasing wireless capacity is just part of a broader set of reforms that E-rate needs in order to...
The FCC revealed its July meeting agenda.
The senators want more space in the nation’s airwaves for Wi-Fi Internet.
“You can count me as excited, because what is taking shape now is finally, at long last, a real...
With the new airwaves, Wi-Fi equipment can handle more traffic at higher speeds.
The nation needs to make room for Wi-Fi, a member of the Federal Communications Commission said on...