Affordability research has shown that nearly half of low-income earners can't afford internet at home, and an even higher percentage have no access to mobile internet.
A Boston apartment complex is undergoing one of the largest deep-energy retrofit projects in the U.S. that is expected to cut energy use by about 70 percent.
There's a budget Nokia blower in the works, to add to its Windows 8 range.
AT&T, Verizon, the cable industry, and others team up with state and local governments and a nonprofit group with goal of bringing broadband to 500,000 more homes by 2010.
The program is part of the White House's ConnnectED initiative, which will provide access to low-income students.
Amid protests over high-tech commuter buses, the Web giant gives the city a massive donation to fund low-income students' transportation.
A government program offering cheap wireless service to low-income households has benefited millions who may not be eligible, says The Wall Street Journal.
The cable provider is enhancing its Internet Essentials program to provide more options for low-income households.
The feds adopt major reforms to a subsidy program for low-income families and introduce a new pilot program to subsidize broadband.
The search giant will build 240 units in Boston's Allston neighborhood, in one of the largest low-income housing developments in the U.S.