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FCC faces seventh net neutrality lawsuit

CenturyLink becomes the latest organization to challenge the agency's Feb. 26 rules

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FCC moves toward 'historic' spectrum sharing plan

Commissioners vote to open up 3.5GHz spectrum band to commercial use in the coming years

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Size matters in mobile, but Nokia may find bigger isn't better

Nokia's plan to buy Alcatel-Lucent would create a huge mobile networks maker

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ARM aims to boost Bluetooth battery life to bolster connected devices

The chip designer has acquired two companies to beef up its offerings.

Making sense of the wireless technology spectrum

Learn all about the invisible tech that keeps us connected, and compare the strengths and weaknesses of Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC.

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The future is now: You may already be using IPv6

While much of the world isn't using it yet, some big names are aggressively moving ahead

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Three new lawsuits challenge FCC's net neutrality rules

The agency is now facing five legal challenges from four trade groups and one ISP.

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Nokia wants to buy Alcatel-Lucent, seeking growth and integration of fixed and mobile

The two companies are in advanced discussions about a deal, they confirmed on Tuesday

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Indian net neutrality backers get boost from Flipkart retreat on free app access

The online retailer has abandoned a plan to pay for customers of Indian mobile operator Bharti Airtel to have free access to its mobile app

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BitTorrent's audacious P2P-powered Project Maelstrom browser enters public beta

BitTorrent's Project Maelstrom browser is ready for its public debut. The torrent-retrieving browser enters public beta on Friday.

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AT&T's data breach settlement called a 'slap on the wrist'

Some cybersecurity experts question whether the FCC's settlement will help change behaviors

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How Romania's patchwork Internet helped spawn an IP address industry

The Eastern European country is helping satisfy demand for scarce IPv4 addresses

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Up against laws of physics, Bell Labs pushes network performance

The organization is working on a new type of cellular base station that generates its own power to solve the 5G problem.

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The Pentagon's groundbreaking IPv6 project hasn't broken much ground

The U.S. Department of Defense pledged to deploy IPv6 but hasn't made much progress, its Inspector General says