The cable and wireless industries are asking federal judges to temporarily keep the FCC's rules from taking effect.
The sudden change suggests Uber is looking for more firepower in its dealings abroad.
An experimental program led by the FAA could push drones into the hands of railroad companies inspecting their tracks for damage.
Facebook on Tuesday announced it hired Kevin Martin, former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, as vice president for mobile and global access policy, as the social network continues to build its executive ranks with former government officials. Martin, a Republican who led the FCC between 2005 and 2009, will oversee the company's initiatives on […]
Now all four national wireless carriers have settled investigations related to the practice of "cramming."
There's a murky future ahead for AOL's content businesses.
Dial-up isn't dead in America.
The acquisition would help Verizon make money from distributing video over the Internet — particularly to mobile devices.
So few people have access to the Internet in North Korea that it barely matters when it goes down.
How better transparency surrounding crash reports could encourage people to accept self-driving cars.