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.
A leaked legislative proposal would create a net neutrality law while limiting the FCC's ability to create its own rules.
The FCC has voted to open up unused spectrum in the television band to unlicensed wireless broadband devices.
Mobile marketer EZ Texting has filed a lawsuit against T-Mobile USA, after it began blocking its subscribers from exchanging texts with EZ Texting customers.
The FCC will ask for a new round of comments on net neutrality, with the questions focused on managed services and mobile broadband.
Internet users have growing expectations for Website performance, with implications for a debate over net neutrality rules, authors of a survey say.
HP agreed to pay $55 million to resolve charges that it engaged in a contracting kickback scheme involving the U.S. government.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has settled a complaint it made against a public relations firm accused of using employees to pose as ordinary customers to post reviews of video games on Apple's iTunes store.
The GAO recommends that the FCC collect more data about special access rates in the telecom industry and mobile early termination fees.
An Apple manager with responsibilities for the company's contract manufacturing in Asia was arrested Friday and charged with accepting kickbacks.
Four Democratic lawmakers voiced opposition to a net neutrality proposal from Google and Verizon.
Opponents of a net neutrality proposal by Google and Verizon plan a rally at Google's headquarters Friday.
Critics of a network neutrality proposal released Monday by Verizon Communications and Google have complained that it would exempt wireless broadband and managed services from enforcement, but the biggest departure from recent practices may be its proposed major limits on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's authority.