Thank subsidies and our pandemic-era data appetite. No wonder Google Fiber has restarted its expansion plans.
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State regulators say Charter is brazenly thumbing its nose at residents by not living up to promises to provide broadband to rural customers.
These services will haggle with the cable company on your behalf.
CES draws the tech obsessed to gawk at fancy televisions, but media movers and shakers are focused on the programming that ends up on those displays.
The president pats himself on the back as the cable operator commits $25 billion for broadband infrastructure and reiterates plans to hire 20,000 workers.
The most important tech stories of the day include Fitbit's new Alta HR band, a $10M settlement win for League of Legends' creator and a big drop in demand for pay TV in 2016.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman believes the company has failed to live up to its promises.
AT&T quietly releases its third-quarter results that show customers are leaving right after announcing its mega-merger deal with Time Warner.
The telecom giant will shake up the media world by acquiring one of the most coveted entertainment companies, home to HBO and "Game of Thrones."
Technically Incorrect: A Texas woman becomes exasperated when the cable company's computers keep pestering her. A judge decides it must pay for the annoyance.
The year is pretty much half over, so we're taking a look back at the stories that made huge waves in the tech world.