Recent events and changes to peoples' work/life activity have shown the current 25/3 Mbps definition of broadband is inadequate, reckons the FCC Chairwoman.
In perhaps an unexpected move from AT&T, the company lifted data caps to help mitigate financial damages due to the Coronavirus for families on highly-limited plans.
UK research listed the U.S. in the 119th spot in terms of pricing for consumer broadband Internet access.
The FCC is making news again today as Chairman Wheeler submitted a draft that, if approved by the FCC commissioners on February 26, will revolutionize the Internet in the United States.
The FCC is considering taking action in a dispute between ISPs and Chattanooga, Tennessee and Wilson, North Carolina.
The FCC voted to raise the minimum standard for what constitutes "broadband" Internet speeds to 25Mbps, up from 4Mbps.
Bad news: According to Comcast's CEO, the planned merger between itself and TWC will go "full steam ahead."
Broadcom is kicking off Mobile World Congress a bit early with the unveiling of a brand new chip aimed at fitness trackers and smart watches.