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In a surprise move, Sprint counters its industry brethren by saying the FCC's plan won't prevent it from further investing in its broadband network.
A deal with Electric Ireland opens a new channel for the Google-owned company's networked thermostats. Nest's CEO expects that it's the first of many such partnerships.
In a submission to the Australian Government, Google has said that harsh regulation is not the solution to piracy, which is the result of poor "availability and pricing".
In a submission to the Department of Communications, telco AAPT has asked the government to make it exempt from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman scheme.
Commentary: The company's push to gain influence in Washington increases as its Political Action Committee has spent nearly half a million dollars for 2012. You may be surprised by some of the recipients.
Small carriers are worried about getting snuffed by the deep pockets of AT&T and Verizon Wireless, and they want help. What judges and regulators decide to do could impact your wallet for years to come.
Whether it's the California Public Utilities Commission or the United Nations, traditional governments are ill-suited to regulate the Internet.
A revived regulatory regime would again induce stagnant markets, limited choice, lackluster innovation, and zero competition, argue Berin Szoka and Adam Thierer of the Progress & Freedom Foundation.
Stepping into a busy corner of the smart grid, GreenWave Reality introduces a consumer suite of energy management tools currently being tested in Europe.
The agency's general counsel describes the legal thinking behind the FCC's new "narrow and tailored approach" to broadband oversight.