FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski is getting the agency ready to revise the Universal Service Fund, which subsidizes phone service and helps provide Internet to schools and libraries.
Two Norwegian artists create a giant glowing light sculpture and take it on a road trip through regions that get little or no sun in winter.
The federal agency plans to reallocate money and assets from older technologies toward initiatives promoting universal broadband and high-speed wireless Internet access.
FCC puts a cap on a fund that pays rural wireless companies to provide coverage in remote parts of the country in an effort to ease the tax burden on consumers.
A task force that is shaping a national plan to provide ubiquitous high-speed Internet access tackles the USF, wireless spectrum, and cable set-top boxes.
The loss of transit directions in Apple Maps is a blow to iOS users. In our last mapping field test, CNET shows just how bad the user experience is.
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Even the FCC has its limits
Few are as familiar with the lawsuits filed by indie film studios against accused file sharers as Robert Talbot. The law professor represents 23 such people free of charge.
The agency removes item on its agenda for November 4 meeting that would have changed how phone companies pay each other to carry long-distance phone calls.