Congress begins rolling back Obama's broadband privacy rules
ISPs will soon be able to sell your most private data without your consent.
T-Mobile upgrades its unlimited plan again to one-up AT&T
New and existing customers with two lines can now get a third for free.
FCC chairman says his agency won't review AT&T's Time Warner purchase
Since no airwave licenses are being transferred, the FCC isn't required to review this deal.
AT&T tweaks its unlimited data plans to offer tethering
10GB per line, plus incentives for you to get DirecTV.
AT&T's smart streetlights can smooth traffic, detect gunshots
It's teaming with GE to install intelligent sensor nodes into existing lighting.
FCC lifts transparency requirements for some internet providers
The new FCC is chipping away at net neutrality.
AT&T will offer unlimited data for all customers tomorrow
The carrier previously only offered unlimited to customers who also had DirecTV.
The FCC stops investigating carrier's 'zero-rating' plans
Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T can decide what doesn't count towards a data cap.
AT&T will launch 5G wireless in two cities this year
It's promising 400Mbps speeds as well as a smarter network.