Your mobile Internet is about to get a lot better. But first you might have to give up some TV.
On Monday, a federal appeals court heard Verizon's challenge to the FCC's network neutrality rules.
The Nobel-Prize winning economist died yesterday at age 102. His work is impossible to summarize adequately, but here are five pieces to get you started.
Obama's pick to head the Federal Communications Commission is a former telecom industry lobbyist. Maybe that's okay.
MetroPCS has dropped its lawsuit against the FCC's network neutrality rules, leaving Verizon as the only firm challenging their legality. But even some supporters of network neutrality think Verizon has a point.