The FCC will make a crucial decision on the future of wireless networks this week.
Stories by By Bret Swanson
Those opposed are overthinking zero rating.
The company’s secret throttling of data rates undercuts the arguments it had made in supporting net neutrality
Mobile broadband simply doesn’t belong to the jurisdiction of the 80-year-old telephone rules known as Title II.
Currently, the balance tips in favor of clever lawyering rather than promoting true innovation.
Debunking the myths and scare tactics needed for reasonable discussion.
Two big waves in the wireless world are driving the need for more spectrum, the radio signals that carry data to our phones, tablets and other mobile devices.
President Obama's secret plan to protect the "open Internet" is locked inside the Federal Communications Commission. We don't know what's in the 322 pages, but we are told it includes a transparency rule.
Thank goodness for that signature on the back of my credit card. If it weren't for that smudged scrawl, a thief might steal my card (or card number) and make fraudulent purchases. Or steal my identity. <em>Right.</em>
When Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in September, amid the "oohs" and "ahs," some of us were thinking, "Wow, these stretched iPhones look a lot like Samsung's Galaxy devices."