Already supporting Netflix, Hulu, Showtime and other providers, the service lets you stream video without chewing up your data allotment.
The company has big aspirations for its DirecTV acquisition and plans to unveil a new video service before spring.
The year is pretty much half over, so we're taking a look back at the stories that made huge waves in the tech world.
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.
The company tells the FCC that it will go forward with its current GigaPower fiber network plans but that it's still waiting to hear what happens with Net neutrality in Washington.
Digital chief of the EU says she will guarantee access to the full and open Internet on every device, on every network.
Reports of a Google-Verizon traffic-shaping deal only highlight what no one is saying out loud. Net neutrality won't apply in the next network battleground: wireless.
A few days after AT&T said its push toward "paid prioritization" of network traffic is backed by technical standards, the Internet's primary standards body disagrees.
The argument over network neutrality. Will business interests kill the future of the Net? Does the FCC know what it's doing? To discuss these topics, and of course the recent Google/Verizon proposal, we're joined by author and frequent CNET contributor Larry Downes and CNET News.com writer Maggie Reardon.
Rules addressing communications over distances would improve the situation for network operators, consumers, and content providers alike, argues Amazon.com public-policy executive Paul Misener.