The money from Google Fiber, which is part of Alphabet, will go toward roads and other public rights-of-way affected by its departure.
The agency asks the nation's largest broadband providers for specifics about what data they collect, who they share it with and whether consumers can opt out.
We learn how Google Assistant could one day know your mood, debate whether we should use CRISPR to combat invasive species, and ponder Jeff Bezos' wild 180 degree turn.
In today's most important stories, iOS gets a very important update that restores Group FaceTime. Meanwhile, Google's gamble with an experimental construction method doesn't pay off.
An experimental process for more cheaply and quickly rolling out speedy fiber internet didn't pan out, forcing Google Fiber to pull out of Louisville.
It's a new year. Here's what we think could happen over the next 12 months.
Two official trials have begun for AirGig, technology to send internet data along power lines and into your home.
Alphabet is looking for someone to run its broadband and cable business after the departure of Gregory McCray.
We round up all the tech you need to know this morning with rumors of a 4K-capable Apple TV, an arrest warrant approval for the acting head of Samsung and Google Fiber's new focus.
The changes come as the company looks for new cities for the high-speed internet service.
An anti-regulation, pro-dealmaking US president could make for an interesting year for wireless and broadband companies.
In a blog post, Google says it's "paused" plans to roll out its fiber-optic internet service to any new cities -- including ones in its own backyard.
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