FCC Lifeline Program: Commission Prevents Nine Companies From Providing Subsidized Internet To Low-Income Users
The FCC has reversed a decision to expand its Lifeline program, which provides subsidized internet to low-income users.
Infrastructure Bill News: Republican FCC Commissioner Opposes Subsidies For Expanding High Speed Internet
Republican FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly voiced his opposition to potential broadband infrastructure spending, arguing that most people already have high speed internet.
Broadband coverage expansion has been a regular focus for incoming FCC commissioner Ajit Pai.
Governments shut down the internet on more than 50 occasions in 2016 in attempts to censor citizens, impact elections, and hide atrocities.
According to new research published by the Federal Communications Commission, 47.5 million homes and businesses in the United States are still stuck with slow connection speeds.
AT&T's Project AirGig will offer low-cost, multi-gigabit wireless internet speeds using power lines.
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ), Striking Workers Reach Provisional Agreement After Six-Week Walkout
The telecom company and a union representing 40,000 of its workers brokered a provisional agreement Friday, ending a six-week strike.
Verizon, the largest wireless communications service provider in the U.S., posted first quarter profits in line with analysts’ expectations.
In a post attacking Bernie Sanders, who joined a workers’ strike Wednesday, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam argued the company’s $16 billion in dividends “benefit America.”
Major indexes slumped Thursday as investors worried that measures by central banks may not be enough to boost the global economy.
The FCC is repackaging and selling the rights to airwaves mobile companies will use to beef up network speed and capacity.
Netflix could be lowering the quality on your mobile streams, but it might just save you money.
While cord-cutting is clearly a threat, the time for companies like Time Warner to panic hasn’t quite arrived, some analysts say.
The plan expected to be announced Tuesday is part of a $2 billion overhaul of the FCC’s Lifeline plan.
Google's intended cable-killer, while well-reviewed, still has only 53,000 TV subscribers, and the rate of video growth is slowing.
It's now easier for cord-cutters to watch cable shows like "Homeland" and "Game of Thrones," but they will still cost a lot.
A new report suggests that your Christmas lights may be affecting the speed of your Wi-Fi, but is this really true, and how much does it affect your download speeds?
The mobile provider said Tuesday it will let customers stream as many episodes of "The Walking Dead" as they want.
Even as cord-cutting slowed for some cable operators, satellite TV giant Dish Network lost more subscribers in the third quarter than it did in the year-earlier quarter.
Since June, the unions have been in talks with Verizon over the company's plans to cut costs by controlling healthcare and pension-related benefits over a three-year period.
The FCC is seeking to make broadband access a right with an updated subsidy program. But it would make participants choose.
Verizon's latest Edge upgrade puts an end to early smartphone and tablet upgrades after 12 payments.
Executive vice president Randal Milch, Verizon's primary advocate during its battle with the FCC over net neutrality, will retire later this month.
Verizon will acquire AOL for about $4.4 billion in cash in a deal that gives the telecom giant a significant foothold in digital advertising and the world of Web content.
ESPN Verizon FiOS Lawsuit: ‘Skinny’ Cable Bundles A Breach Of Contract, Disney’s Sports Network Says
Disney’s sports powerhouse is claiming breach of contract over Verizon’s custom FiOS packages.
Comcast, Time Warner Merger: FCC Recommends Hearing To Weigh Issues Around Controversial Deal: Report
The recommendation suggests the FCC does not believe the proposed deal is in the public interest.
The company's offering -- scheduled to be unveiled Wednesday -- has the potential to disrupt the industry, a market watcher says.
ESPN is crying foul at Verizon’s new "skinny" cable bundles, and it's not the only channel surprised to hear about it.
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) Q1 2015 Earnings: Network Exceeds Expectations, Profits At $4.34 Billion
Earnings per share came in at $1.02, compared with 84 cents in the same period a year ago.
Verizon Communications Inc (VZ) Earnings Preview: Network Is Depending On Tablets For Subscriber Growth
Smartphone subscribers are leaving Verizon for cheaper plans while the network focuses on its premium persona.