Verizon adds cult TV shows to its Go90 video service
Who needs net neutrality when you can binge 'Babylon 5?'
FCC chairman Ajit Pai calls net neutrality a 'mistake'
The new head of the FCC made his disdain for 2015's open internet protections clear.
AT&T tweaks its unlimited data plans to offer tethering
10GB per line, plus incentives for you to get 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 and Verizon defend their zero-rating policies to the FCC
'AT&T takes sharp issue with the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau’s preliminary conclusions.'
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.
Facebook is trying to bring its basic internet services to the US
The company wants to get the government on its side before it launches.
DirecTV now streams many more channels on your phone
It'll also stream your recorded TV shows, and won't count against your data cap.
EU net neutrality guidelines close key 'fast lane' loopholes
Your internet provider can't slow down services it doesn't like.