The FCC is going to war over set-top boxes
The commission is hoping to implement the long-delayed AllVid rules to open up the cable market.
Verizon wants advertisers to pay for 'free data' websites
Verizon will allow companies to pay so their content, apps or websites don't count against your data plan.
US internet providers fail FCC's annual broadband test
Speeds improved over last year, but rural broadband still lags.
T-Mobile CEO: Calling Binge On 'throttling' is 'bullshit'
"We give customers more choices and these jerks are complaining," Legere says in a video.
US internet speeds triple, but lag behind other countries
Early gigabit rollouts haven't been enough to keep the US ahead of the curve.
HTC and Valve's Vive VR system passes through the FCC
That April 2016 release date feels an awful lot more realistic now.
T-Mobile says it doesn't 'throttle' YouTube, it 'downgrades'
Semantics may matter as the FCC investigates T-Mobile's Binge On service.
Google Glass for work is sleeker, tougher and foldable
The FCC just gave a good peek at the future of Google's smart eyepiece.
FCC hires a privacy guru to help lead its telecom investigations
The FCC has hired Jonathan Mayer to help crack down on telecoms that violate your privacy and security.