The FCC's newly-unveiled National Broadband Plan could have a sweeping impact on the wireless industry, public safety and the Universal Service Fund (USF).
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is expanding its investigation into Google's purchase of AdMob, reports Bloomberg.
Wireless Ink Corp. is leveling patent infringement charges against both Google and Facebook.
The FCC is considering using spectrum for free or low-cost 3G service, according to a statement from yesterday's Knight Commission Digital Inclusion Summit...
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa House voted to ban any cell phone use by the state's youngest drivers.
The FCC wants to reform the Universal Service Fund (USF) to provide subsidies for rural broadband services instead of wireline voice.
A judge in a Delaware federal district court has put Apple and Nokia's patent fight on hold...
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer intends to keep the regulatory heat on Google as his company strives to lessen its rival's dominance of Internet search.
The American Consumer Institute says net neutrality regulations are not only unnecessary but could restrict growth and innovation in the broadband industry.
Fresh off defending itself again patent infringement charges filed by Nokia, Apple today filed a similar lawsuit against Taiwanese OEM HTC.
Verizon Wireless has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit over $1.99 data fees alleged to have been improperly charged to non-smartphone customers.
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.
The ITC has agreed to investigate allegations that the digital cameras in Research in Motion's BlackBerry and Apple's iPhone infringe on patents held by Eastman Kodak.
A privacy watchdog group complained to federal regulators on Tuesday about Google's new Buzz social networking service.
It's patent infringement allegation time again, and now it's Apple and Microsoft on the hot seat.
Qualcomm says it has been granted a stay to a cease-and-desist order issued in September 2009 by the Japan Fair Trade Commission.
Nokia started the week by responding to a class action lawsuit accusing it of securities fraud and separately announced the layoff of almost 300 employees at a Finnish manufacturing plant.
Sisvel and Via Licensing say they are making progress in their efforts to start a patent pool for LTE technology.
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.
A new insurance industry study has found that state laws banning the use of handheld devices to make calls or send text messages while driving have not resulted in fewer vehicle crashes.
AT&T recently settled a class-action lawsuit pertaining to what New Jersey customers say were unfair early termination fees (ETF).
Motorola is going after Research In Motion (RIM) with a patent complaint filed Friday with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).