The operators of free Internet kiosks in New York City plan to disable Web browsing on publicly available tablets after reports of "lewd acts," such as people watching porn and masturbating.
Google Fiber is about to start connecting homes and businesses in the North Carolina Research Triangle, despite rumors of layoffs and disappointing subscriber totals. The Triangle is Google Fiber's 8th metro area.
Verizon Wireless's "FreeBee" program that exempts online services from data caps is proving to be pretty popular, at least among services that are either owned by Verizon or affiliated with the company.
AT&T is now exempting DirecTV streaming video from data caps on AT&T's mobile Internet service. AT&T purchased DirecTV in July 2015 and on Sept 7 pushed an update to the DirecTV iPhone app to implement the data cap exemption.
The Federal Communications Commission has decided not to appeal a court decision that allows states to impose laws restricting the growth of municipal broadband.
The new $70-per-month "unlimited data" plans announced by T-Mobile USA in August came with some big limits.
When Comcast brought its gigabit download cable service to Chicago (IL) recently, there was plenty of confusion about the price.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) accused T-Mobile USA of violating network neutrality principles with a new "unlimited" data plan that throttles video.
The Federal Communications Commission has lost in an attempt to preempt state laws that restrict the growth of municipal broadband networks.
The latest Federal Communications Commission statistics show that Americans still have little choice of high-speed broadband providers.