Secret negotiations among dozens of countries preparing for a United Nations summit could lead to changes in a global treaty that would diminish the Internet's role in economic growth and restrict the free flow of information.
The FCC approved the minimum technical requirements for its interoperable first responders network, which operates in the D-block of the 700 MHz band.
Google shareholders gave CEO Larry Page what he wanted by approving an unconventional stock split meant to cement his authority, but he wasn't around to hail the victory.
Verizon's top executive is aiming to use the company's spectrum deal with the cable industry as a key entry point for what he sees as the next major part of its business: mobile video.
The measure would extend programs to extend broadband to unserved areas, but the fate of the entire bill remains uncertain.
The 2010 complaint alleges that Sprint improperly charged customers for using their cell phones to send pictures.
Sirius and other SDARS providers had felt there was room for improvement as they look toward possible complications from the coming rollout of LTE.
Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli is recognized for his development of analog and mixed-signal circuitry that helped enable cable modem technology.
The FCC is considering opening an investigation into cell phone radiation standards, a controversial issue that has yet to find consensus within the scientific community.
New Jersey lawmakers considered penalizing companies that move call center jobs overseas by making those companies ineligible for state grants, loans and tax benefits for three years.
Scott Weber will clock in at Charter Communications as the executive vice president of network operations, which makes him the fourth executive that has left Cablevision in favor of Charter.
Time Warner Cable has extended a partnership that fosters greater digital penetration to low-income families in New York City.
Verizon Wireless continues its effort to convince the FCC to approve its $3.9 billion purchase of AWS spectrum as the clock ticks down on the deal.
CenturyLink is working on franchise agreements in order to offer an IPTV service to communities near Colorado Springs, Colo., which are currently being served by Comcast.
The president signs an order to make it easier to build on federal lands and announces a program to encourage new uses of broadband networks.
A group of House Democrats are urging the FCC and Justice Department to closely scrutinize Verizon Wireless' purchase of a nationwide block of AWS spectrum from four cable operators.
The FCC has adopted rules allocating 50 MHz of spectrum in the 4.9 GHz band for fixed and mobile wireless services.
The U.S. Department of Justice is conducting an antitrust investigation into whether traditional pay-TV companies are acting improperly in their competition with online video companies.
The Commission votes to extend the rule for only six months, essentially allowing it to lapse in December.
An ad industry watchdog says Comcast is going too far with unqualified claims that Xfinity is the fastest broadband service available.
The move anticipates receiving a favorable ruling from the FCC on spectrum use that is by no means assured.
It’s all part of new spectrum-sharing agreements between the FCC and the Mexican government.
The former FCC chairman takes a seat on the board of Assia, which has developed software tools for DSL network management.
Pegasus' former chief financial officer, Stephen Durland, has also been sentenced in connection with the scheme.
Dish Network Chairman and former CEO Charlie Ergen held a series of high-level meetings with FCC officials urging the agency to allow it to use 40 MHz of satellite spectrum for cellular services.