Ajit Pai will serve another term on the FCC, where he's expected to oversee the undoing of Obama-era net neutrality rules.
Despite Democrats' protests over plans to dismantle net neutrality, Ajit Pai will likely keep his position as chairman thanks to the Republican-led Senate.
As the FCC prepares to roll back the controversial rules, AT&T and others appeal a lower court's ruling that upheld the rules to the Supreme Court.
Following the devastation from recent hurricanes, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says Apple should “step up to the plate” and put Americans' safety first.
The Federal Communications Commission’s annual report on wireless competition declares the mobile market competitive. But dissenting members cry foul.
Mobile operators have responded quickly following the devastating hurricane, but in areas pummeled by Irma cell service is still hard to come by.
Wireless networks held up better than in previous disasters, but critics say more needs to be done to ensure people can get a signal in hard-hit areas.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers tips on preparing your gadgets for an emergency, like a hurricane.
A federal court said the FCC was right to deny Dish a $3.3 billion discount on wireless spectrum, but it left wiggle room for the company to still get the discounted licenses.
Do you care about the open internet? You've got until midnight ET on Wednesday to file a comment on the FCC’s proposal to dismantle the controversial 2015 rules.
Senate confirms the nominations of Jessica Rosenworcel and Brendan Carr just in time for a full FCC to vote on the controversial net neutrality rollback.
The retro phone may be get updated to work with US carriers, hints an FCC filing.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.