The cable industry says it is more than ready to compete with Google Fiber, but adds that consumers are nowhere near ready for gigabit speeds. Is it cable's pricing schemes that are holding back adoption?
The Internet has just changed forever, for real, thanks to IPv6. But chances are that you won't notice a thing -- at least not yet. Here's how IPv6 affects you.
Comcast and Verizon Wireless each announced changes to their broadband data caps this week, but while Comcast is offering consumers more flexibility, Verizon's will likely result in higher prices.
Comcast has rolled out DOCSIS 3.0 in four more markets, Mapquest is expanding its services, and domain squatters make a profit on GeorgeWBushLibrary.com.
Virgin Media has speeded up the middle layer of its fibre-optic broadband to 30Mbps.
Verizon Communications is now offering 150Mbps download speeds on its Fios broadband service for $195 a month.
Expenses related to its deal for NBC Universal and a dip in subscriber growth squeeze Comcast's third-quarter earnings. Revenue gets a boost from advertising and cable subscribers.
We put Optus' new Supersonic Broadband through a range of speed tests to show you the hard truths about when it's worth paying more for high-speed broadband, and when it's not.
AT&T is now offering 24Mbps broadband service throughout its U-verse territory, but competitors are trumping it with 100Mbps service.
Super fast broadband speeds are possible today, but the problems are what to do with all that bandwidth and who really wants to pay for it?