Netflix expects HBO to go binge-first in an 'internet TV world'
It added 7 million customers in Q4, and will increase its original content investment by a billion dollars this year.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler defends net neutrality in final address
Stripping government oversight would be "a decision to remove rights," Wheeler says.
FCC Republicans promise to limit net neutrality when 'possible'
They're eager to please carrier lobby groups when they gain power.
AT&T and Verizon defend their zero-rating policies to the FCC
'AT&T takes sharp issue with the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau’s preliminary conclusions.'
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler will step down next month
A strong proponent of net neutrality will leave as Trump takes office.
FCC accuses AT&T and Verizon of violating net neutrality
Deals that keep DirecTV Now and Go90 from counting against your data cap have the government concerned.
The Internet Archive doesn't feel safe in Trump's America
The non-profit behind the Wayback Machine wants to create a copy of the internet in Canada.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 14: Welcome to the Terrordome
A special all Trump edition.
Under Trump the future of Net Neutrality and broadband is uncertain
With an anti-regulation crusader on his transition team, the FCC's Net Neutrality rules will likely be gutted.