Community group: AT&T 'digitally redlines' poor neighborhoods
The less wealthy the area, the slower the internet speeds.
FCC halts nine companies from participating in the 'Lifeline' program
It provides subsidized home internet service for low-income households.
President Obama signs the Consumer Review Fairness Act into law
The statute prevents companies from punishing customers for poor reviews.
The FCC is set to approve AT&T's DirecTV acquisition (update: DoJ too)
The FCC is expected to OK AT&T's $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV, making the phone company both the nation's largest pay TV provider and its second largest telecom.
Sony's NEX-6 satisfies the FCC with paperwork, guts
Still hungry for a closer look at Sony's WiFi-packing NEX-6 despite perusing our hands-on? Apparen...
FCC wants to know if it's too modest about broadband, gives chance to fight caps and slow speeds
A common complaint with the FCC's National Broadband Plan is its conservative definition of the br...
Lenovo's seven-inch Android 4.0 tablet passes federal testing, on course for September release
While pricing hasn't revealed whether it'll spar with the Nexus 7 for the hearts of bargain tablet...
Archos' Transformer rival reappears, passes federal inspection, forgets its keyboard
If you cast your mind back several months, you might recall Archos unveiling a new range of tablet...
Xperia GX goes through federal inspection, is still the Sony phone we want
Sony's forthcoming 4.6-inch Android ICS slab has appeared at the FCC, and has revealed a few more...