The battle between Japan's SoftBank and Dish Network for control of Sprint Nextel is getting nastier, with Dish warning the FCC that it should take into account SoftBank's ties to UTStarcom, which settled bribery allegations in 2009 with the Department of Justice.
EAGLE-Net Alliance got the green light from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration to restart network construction on its middle mile network serving school districts and other local organizations throughout Colorado.
CenturyLink has filed suit in Denver District Court challenging the Colorado Public Utilities Commission's move to eliminate the state's $54 million rural phone service subsidy program.
The Department of Justice gave immunity to AT&T and other Internet service providers that participated in a new cyber security monitoring program from the government.
Disputes between programmers, cable operators, and satellite TV providers are nothing new, but they have become more prevalent in recent years. Steve Donohue, Editor of FierceCable , counts down the top 10 worst programming disputes of all time.
FairPoint is realigning its Vermont management team, announcing that Vermont President Mike Smith is leaving the telco in August. Taking over from Smith will be Beth Fastiggi, the company's vice president of government relations for Vermont.
News stories in the written word--whether online or on paper--will still come at a premium, but all video content and apps on NYTimes.com will be free to any visitors to the site, the New York Times has announced.
The seven-member Provo, Utah, City Council has put its unanimous stamp of approval on a deal that transfers its iProvo fiber optic network to Google Fiber for $1, paving the way for Google's third gigabit Internet community following the Kansas City "fiberhoods" and Austin, Texas.
Bitcoins have managed to generate a significant amount of headlines as those in the digital industry watch the wild fluctuations in the digital currency. But some in the mobile app market continue to believe there is opportunity in Bitcoins. Special Report
A class action suit against AT&T U-verse service has no legs because the plaintiffs agreed to arbitration, not legal action, in the event they were dissatisfied with service, the Supreme Court affirmed Monday.