Business Travel Awards 2016: Best In-Flight Entertainment
Five reasons JetBlue's Mint is the most fun you'll have at 35,000 feet.
FCC's Broadband 'Nutrition' Labels Aim to Clarify Speed, Price
Internet services will soon have a label with a breakdown similar to the nutrition facts on groceries.
More People Opt to Use Cellular Data in Lieu of Broadband
In 2013, 70 percent of Americans had home broadband, according to a Pew study of more than 6,000 American adults. This year, only 67 percent did.
Chicago and Los Angeles Could Get Google Fiber. And That's a Very Big Deal for Entrepreneurs.
Bringing super-fast Internet to the second and third biggest cities in the U.S. has the potential to turbocharge the entrepreneurial communities there.
Your Internet Signal Is Going To Be Transmitted Through Light
Next generation wi-fi, called 'li-fi,' has the potential to be 100 times faster than current data transmission.
This 73-Year-Old Billionaire Is Joining Millennials in Cutting the Cord
Mario Gabelli, the CEO of GAMCO Investors, says he understands why consumers are choosing streaming over cable TV.
New York Attorney General Investigating Possible Broadband Speed Overcharges
Verizon, Cablevision and Time Warner are all involved in the probe.
U.S. Appeals Court to Hear Net Neutrality Lawsuits in December
Opponents of the net neutrality rules sued the FCC this year, saying the commission violated regulations when it passed the rules.
FCC Chairman Derided as 'Dingo' Backs Idea That Bites Broadband Industry
Chairman Tom Wheeler endorsed using the commission's regulatory authority to override state laws hobbling communities that want to build public broadband networks.
FCC Advances Controversial Rules That Could Allow Internet Fast Lanes
The preliminary proposal seeks public comment and allows the FCC to change course based on the feedback it receives.