Having trouble digesting all 400 pages of the FCC's Net neutrality order? Have no fear, CNET's Marguerite Reardon is here to tell you what you really need to know.
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 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.
Treat yourself to the HTC Buffy, mobile app ratings from the ESRB, online Twilight: Breaking Dawn tickets, and Final Fantasy XIII-2 on today's episode of The 404!
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.
What tech policy is likely to take center stage this year? At the State of the Net conference, legislators and others hint at Net neutrality, wireless spectrum, and universal service.
Blair Levin, who led the government's efforts to create a blueprint for ubiquitous broadband access, discusses the plan and his frustrations at the slow pace of implementing it.
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.
This is a reversal from previous reports, which indicated the wireless market in the United States was sufficiently competitive.
You would not believe the rants in this episode ... coming out of Tom. No, seriously. Something about AT&T's ongoing attempts to have their anti-regulation cake and eat your Universal Service Fund fees, too just sends him into a frothing fury. Plus, there's rage to burn on the U.S. government reporting that there are essentially zero facts or evidence to back up claims of billions of dollars in losses due to digital piracy.