Intel settled an antitrust agreement with the Federal Trade Commission.
AT&T reports a 26 percent increase in net income, driven by mobile additions.
Law enforcement officials from 38 states ask Google about Wi-Fi snooping by its Street View cars.
The FCC concludes that broadband deployment isn't happening fast enough.
Thousands of U.S. residents call on the FCC to reclassify broadband as a way to pass net neutrality rules.
A judge has approved a settlement in a class-action lawsuit against Comcast for its traffic throttling efforts.
NTP files patent lawsuits against six vendors that make smartphones or supply related software.
The U.S. International Trade Commission will investigate a patent complaint against RIM, HTC and other smartphone makers.
Some U.S. lawmakers raise concerns about the security of cloud computing services.
Facebook launches new tools intended to help users control third-party applications and Web sites.
The U.S. Supreme Court ducks a question about software patents in a narrow ruling.
The USITC is investigating four patent complaints against Apple by computer graphics hardware maker S3 Graphics.
Thirty-three states settle a lawsuit with DRAM makers over price fixing.
The FCC will offer tips to mobile-phone users traveling abroad during its Wireless World Travel Week, which began Monday.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission took a first step toward imposing limited regulations on broadband providers.