A U.S. House of Representatives vote to kill net neutrality rules may not survive in the Senate.
A U.S. lawmaker introduced a bill to create an online do-not-track tool for all U.S. Internet users.
During its last quarter as the exclusive service provider of the iPhone in the U.S., AT&T saw revenue rise 2.1 percent for the fourth quarter, as income fell sharply. AT&T reported a net gain of 2.8 million mobile customers on the strength of 4.1 million iPhone activations.
Consumer Watchdog, an advocacy group largely focused in recent years on Google's privacy practices, has called on a congressional investigation into the Internet giant's relationship with the Obama administration.
Verizon has filed a legal challenge to FCC net neutrality rules.
The U.S. House of Representatives will move quickly to kill net neutrality rules from the Federal Communications Commission, a lawmaker says.
Walker Digital filed a patent lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, and Zynga, alleging that some of those developers' most popular games infringe on an online tournament patent.
Facebook faces an SEC inquiry focused on private investments, according to news reports.
The FCC's new net neutrality rules would prohibit wired broadband providers from blocking legal Web content and services.
The FCC likely faces a lawsuit and congressional action opposing its recent net neutrality vote.
On Tuesday, the FCC voted to implement compromise net neutrality rules.
The FCC's chairman outlines a proposal on net neutrality and pushes for a vote Dec. 21.
The U.S. FCC proposes rules that would require mobile carriers to warn customers when they're about to incur new charges.
The FCC and a U.S. senator offered proposals to end so-called mobile phone bill shock.
Motorola files two patent lawsuits and a trade complaint against Apple.