The American Consumer Institute says net neutrality regulations are not only unnecessary but could restrict growth and innovation in the broadband industry.
Citizens of the European Union will no longer have to worry about bill shock due to data roaming charges.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski plans to allocate between $12 billion and $16 billion over the next 10 years to fund the deployment of an interoperable, nationwide public safety wireless broadband network.
More than a dozen bills are pending in the Florida House and Senate; some call for a ban on texting, others, a ban on cell phone use entirely.
The FCC's upcoming National Broadband Plan aims to free up 500 MHz of spectrum for mobile broadband over the next decade.
The location-based services (LBS) market has come a long way over the past year.
The country's four nationwide carriers defended their early termination fee (ETF) policies in separate filings with the FCC yesterday...
Prepaid cell phone users should pay the same surcharge to support 911 emergency systems that regular cell phone and landline customers pay.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is busy with the wireless industry these days.
The FCC has named healthcare and education as two of its top priorities in its upcoming National Broadband Plan.
A privacy watchdog group complained to federal regulators on Tuesday about Google's new Buzz social networking service.
Qualcomm says it has been granted a stay to a cease-and-desist order issued in September 2009 by the Japan Fair Trade Commission.
Jumptap yesterday announced it was awarded its fourth patent in eight months...
Heavy snow slamming the Washington, D.C., area has caused the FCC to postpone tomorrow’s open commission meeting, which was to include a report on the status of the National Broadband Plan. The FCC rescheduled the meeting for Feb. 18.
Operations at the FCC have not gone unaffected by the enormous winter storm that has slammed the Washington, D.C., area and prompted a government shut down
The FCC is thinking about the iPad and doesn't necessarily like what it means for wireless networks.
CTIA, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular have come out against Wilson Electronics' petition to raise standards for cell signal boosters.
The SEC said Thursday it will not pursue a civil action against four former Broadcom Corp. executives for allegations of securities fraud.
The world's top producers of computer memory chips are embroiled in an apparent case of industrial espionage after South Korean prosecutors indicted 18 people over alleged technology theft.
So, what does CTIA think of President Barack Obama's fiscal year 2011 budget?
The government is collecting another round of applications for broadband stimulus funds, but it won’t go far enough to get broadband to all the people who need it.
China tried Wednesday to assure mobile phone companies using Google's Android operating system that they won't be hurt by a dispute over Web censorship...
The FCC has begun a formal inquiry into the fees carriers charge their subscribers who end their contract early. The inquiry follows last week’s launch of the FCC’s Consumer Task Force, which was formed to protect the rights of wireless consumers.
The USDA's Rural Utilities Service (RUS) has handed out over $310 million in federal broadband stimulus money for 14 middle mile and last mile projects.