The commission votes to require mobile carriers and texting apps to adopt text-to-911 functionality
The agency will not allow paid priority deals if they are bad for consumers or for innovation, Wheeler says.
A senator pushes for a provision that would require the agency to seek private IT advice on its scheduling system
The former NSA contractor gets a three-year residency permit from the Russian government
The app adds scheduling and location functionality to text messaging
The digital rights group plans a net neutrality complaint against the four largest U.S. carriers.
Now that Sprint's replaced its long-time CEO and dropped a bid to acquire T-Mobile, what's next for the carrier? Answer hazy, ask again, analysts say.
A research team at the University of Washington pushes forward with technology that uses radio frequency for power
The company will pay $32.5 million to resolve allegations it misrepresented prices in the government contract
The company is compelled to comply with a US warrant for emails held in Ireland, a judge rules
The agency's recent cases against Apple and Amazon.com involve legitimate business decisions, critics say
Unauthorized third-party billing has cost U.S. mobile phone customers hundreds of millions of dollars, a report says.
Leahy reintroduces the USA Freedom Act in an effort to strengthen the bill that passed the House.
Many broadband subscribers are confused about the amount of data they use and broadband plan options, a study says
Congress and the Obama administration can enact surveillance reforms to slow backlash against the US IT industry, advocates say