Don't-Miss Networking Stories
A new $15 fee will apply to AT&T's contract-free plans on August 1, and on-contract activations are getting pricier as well.
$80 per month for a high-end smartphone and unlimited data? Sounds good, until you get to the fine print.
BitTorrent has a new app that makes it easier to share photos and videos with friends on different mobile platforms.
BitTorrent is beefing up Sync organization with a new search function, more columns, and the ability to hide offline devices.
The feature works over Wi-Fi and LTE, taking aim at other video solutions like Google Hangouts.
Too many regulators had too many problems with making the largest cable provider even larger.
AT&T and Google Fiber are slowly picking up the pace to bring gigabit Internet to more communities in the U.S.
The single-port laptop could have used some wire-free tools that haven't hit the mainstream yet
T-Mobile is moving forward on a plan to offer LTE coverage on unlicensed Wi-Fi bands, but not everyone's thrilled with the idea.
But Google's Sundar Pichai says it doesn't intend to become a full-service cellular carrier, instead likening the service to its Nexus mobile devices.
The new FCC rules will also apply to mobile as well, Chairman Tom Wheeler said. They will almost certainly be challenged by large telcos and broadband ISPs, however.
Yes, wandering sheep with Wi-Fi collars could form mesh networks, to bring truly organic, free-range Wi-Fi to wide swaths of isolated countryside.
Invoking Title II authority was the FCC's nuclear option in the war for net neutrality, and it just exploded.
After shutting down Marriott's attempt to block personal hotspot use, the FCC says it's looking into more violations elsewhere.
For an extra $5 per month, subscribers can lock in discounts on future phones--while locking themselves in to a contract of sorts.