As regulators crack down on broadband data caps, the nation's largest cable company, raises the roof on its limit to 1 terabyte.
The FCC votes in a contentious split decision Thursday to expand its Lifeline program to help low-income Americans get access to affordable broadband.
CNET speaks with FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn about why low-income Americans need access to high-speed Internet.
The cable company is launching its new service in Atlanta, which now has three providers offering Internet speeds of 1 gigabit per second.
Companies say they're just trying to deliver more relevant ads, but consumer advocates contend we need stricter rules about what Internet providers can see.
Chet Kanojia, the creator of streaming-TV service Aereo, is back with a broadband service he claims will be faster, cheaper and wireless.
French regulator approves Nokia's takeover of Alcatel-Lucent, which should help it compete in the global telecom equipment market.
Commentary: New data finds more consumers choosing mobile connections for broadband. Policymakers hoping to close the digital divide must shift course accordingly.
Congress is expected to pass a permanent ban that will prevent local governments from taxing Internet access, a big win for consumers that ensures your broadband bill won't ever look like your wireless bill.
The company is expanding its fiber-optic-based service, which will let you download an episode of "The Walking Dead" faster than you can say the word "zombie."