Now that both houses of Congress have voted to block Obama-era broadband privacy rules , what does that mean for you?
US lawmakers voted Tuesday to roll back rules that would block internet service providers from selling user data to third parties, following a heated debate over privacy protections.
In the future, the coverage of a single base station has to be reduced because of the rapidly increasing number of mobile devices. This reduces the size of base stations, but increases their number, which makes the price, ...
For a couple of minutes in a small, nondescript T-Mobile US conference room, the future of wireless is here.
You may soon see faster connections on your cellular service. But your Wi-Fi connection may pay the price.
For eighth-grader Lakaysha Governor, her daily two-hour school bus commute had been spent catching up with friends and trying to tune out distractions from unruly preschoolers.
Comcast's cable unit is switching up its leadership ranks, with longtime executive Dave Watson taking over for Neil Smit as CEO.
Some tech companies are gearing up for a fight over Obama-era rules that prohibit broadband providers from treating some web services—ahem, their own—better than rival services.
In the wireless industry, it's back to the unlimited future.