The notion of Net neutrality means all Internet traffic gets treated the same. But a deep divide exists on what rules -- if any -- will fuel innovation and protect US consumers.
The administration will offer loans and work to remove law that limit consumers' ability to choose fast, affordable broadband.
Google is seeking permission to test a high-speed Internet service that could be in your home before Fiber.
70,000 homes and businesses in Devon and Cornwall will have high-speed broadband before the end of July, BT has announced.
The company's Project Link aims to deliver reliable broadband connections to areas where the Internet infrastructure is inadequate.
The fiber network's fastest level of service will cost $80 per month, which is about $25 cheaper than what local broadband cost.
More than 80 percent of educators say the Internet connection at their schools is too slow to meet their needs -- that's why the president plans to bring broadband to 99 percent of all students.
Microsoft's managing director wants the NBN to be as fast as possible and much prefers the previous Labor government's fibre-to-the-premises plan over the Liberal Party's cut-down fibre to the node.
Years after the FCC agreed to open up white-space spectrum for unlicensed use in the U.S., California's rural Gold Country tries out the first commercial version of the service.
Kansas City residents now get to try out the Web giant's 1-gigabit-per-second fiber optic Internet service in their homes.
The proposed relaxing of the rules should kickstart the spread of fast mobile networks, the government hopes.