The Federal Communications Commission took a step in the right direction last week by proposing a plan to improve in-flight broadband connectivity for airline passengers.
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing a plan to improve the performance of Wi-Fi on planes, which should be welcome news for frequent business travelers.
There is good news from Washington for a change. The Federal Aviation Administration is considering lifting the ban on passengers using electronic devices during takeoffs and landings,
As expected, the FCC last week approved the consolidation of T-Mobile USA, Inc. and MetroPCS Communications, Inc. The merger could make T-Mobile and MetroPCS stronger competitors in the wireless market and allow them to bolster service as lower-cost alternatives for smaller enterprises.
Google is facing a $7 million fine over its Street View mapping cars collecting personal data from Wi-Fi networks, according to Reuters, citing a person familiar with the matter.
Zombie passwords were the source of the hoax zombie-attack announcement that was broadcast on Feb. 11 by television stations in California, Michigan, Montana and New Mexico.
The role of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the transition to IP-based networks divides the telecom industry, according to comments received in response to petitions filed by AT&T and the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA).
AT&T has agreed to pay Verizon $1.9 billion and turn over advanced wireless service spectrum licenses to Verizon in exchange for 700 MHz of spectrum used by AT&T to provide 4G LTE services.
Businesses of all sizes should benefit from the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) effort to spur the deployment of broadband, judged Chris Janson, a public sector industry manager at networking firm Ciena.
In part of its effort to speed the buildout of mobile broadband in the United States, the Federal Communications Commission has clarified legal requirements about local review of cell tower and base station modifications.