The FCC was back in court defending its Net neutrality rules last week. What's likely to happen next and what does it means for you?
John Legere defends his new video streaming feature as something that's a positive for consumers.
The European Parliament passes legislation that would let companies pay to prioritize their Internet traffic. Opponents included Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee and the likes of Netflix and Reddit.
Ashley discusses an antidrone weapon that brings down commercial drones without breaking them, research efforts to teach robots how to fall down more safely and a high-tech paper airplane kit that incorporates a VR element.
Sometimes, drones fly illegally and impede emergency response teams from doing their jobs; DroneDefender is designed to allow law enforcement to take illegal drones out of the sky safely by taking advantage of commercial drones' safety protocols.
The Federal Communications Commission is recommending that AT&T's $49 billion bid to buy satellite TV provider DirecTV be approved -- but not without conditions.
The carrier claims its throttling policy would still have been legal under the new rules but decided to put a halt to it anyway, says the Wall Street Journal.
A small video streaming company in San Diego says it will soon test the FCC's complaint process under its new Net neutrality rules.
The social media company has been accused of turning a consultation with the Indian public into a "crudely majoritarian and orchestrated opinion poll."
Controversial rules the FCC adopted in February to protect the Internet will go into effect on Friday after a federal appeals court denies opponents' request to delay the rules.