The U.S. government has approved the transition of managing the internet domain naming system to an independent organization under ICANN in October.

Sprint has fired the latest shot in the BDS battle, saying that Ethernet over HFC will not boost competition in the sub-50 Mbps wholesale market.

The FCC’s effort to preempt laws in North Carolina and Tennessee that restrict municipal broadband reach took a hit in the Sixth Circuit court.

Verizon and Incompas' latest BDS pricing reforms and competitive market test proposals will likely draw fire from AT&T and CenturyLink.

The FCC and the state of West Virginia are seeking changes to the rules for tower deployment to make it easier for rural customers to gain broadband access.

AT&T has settled with the FCC over a cramming investigation that found the carrier allowed scammers to place unauthorized charges onto customer bills.

The FCC's focus on BDS overlooks the emergence of the software defined wide area network, a technology poised to revolutionize the data connectivity…

A pole-attachment battle pitting AT&T against Google Fiber has spread from Louisville, Kentucky, to Memphis, Tennessee