Researchers from UCL, KDDI and Xtera worked together to set a new world data transmission rate record.
Comcast targets Google in new lobby to US Lawmakers over Google's new DNS encryption settings planned for Chrome.
Comcast's recent bandwidth cap was bad enough; now the ISP is trying to convince users that this is totally fine.
Universal Plug and Play is the original Internet of Things, in a way. Devices sharing media and information is the basis of IoT, so it is no wonder that UPnP hopes to shape IoT in the near future.
Comcast announced 2 Gbps "Gigabit Pro" service to Atlanta next month, with a nationwide rollout by the end of the year. The company also pledged a one-gigabit service tier by the end of 2016.
IETF goes back on its promise to encrypt the whole web by default due to pressure from the Open Web Alliance group, which includes Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, Cisco, Microsoft and others.
President Obama spoke in Silicon Valley about events affecting cybersecurity and the development of the Internet and signed an executive order.
Following the recent FCC auction for the AWS-3 spectrum bands meant for use in wireless telecommunications, Verizon is selling off large parts of its business.
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.
Tim Berners-Lee calls for the adoption of a strong net neutrality law EU-wide, before digital discrimination becomes entrenched on the Internet.
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.