Better get dibs on it fast, carriers.
Today's major tech stories include our take on Amazon's updated e-reader, the FCC's examination of wireless carriers' emergency services and Amazon's first-ever physical catalog of toys.
The review comes after deadly storms this hurricane season.
The rules have been rolled back. But the battle is just heating up. Here's everything you need to know.
He wants a system to detect illegally spoofed calls.
Net neutrality is already dead, but the high court has left in place a lower court ruling that preserves the FCC's actual authority to adopt such rules.
It promised the Justice Department that it won't enforce the state law until a lawsuit challenging the repeal of the federal regulations is resolved.
The FCC's Jessica Rosenworcel says you can't close the digital divide if you don't know who has broadband and who doesn't.
The chairman says that axing those rules has already spurred investment in rural communities.
But not everyone is happy about the FCC's vote.
Everyone agrees on the mission to connect more people. But no one can agree on how to do it.
5G is around the corner, yet pockets of America still can’t get basic internet access.
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