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AT&T, Comcast expand gigabit Internet services

AT&T and Comcast are launching gigabit services in cities across the country. Read More »

It’s official: The Comcast, Time Warner deal is dead

Comcast retracted its $45.2 billion bid after the deal faced opposition from the Federal Communications Commission and U.S. Department of Justice. There will be no Comcast-Time Warner merger. Read More »

Pew study details “homework gap”

A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that roughly 1/3 of low-income households with children do not have access to high-speed Internet. Read More »

Comcast, Time Warner deal in trouble

More than a year after Comcast announced its plan to buy Time Warner, the result of the $42.5 billion deal remains uncertain as concerns grow. Read More »

Google prepares to launch broadband balloons - a loony idea?

Google is scaling up Project Loon, its year-old initiative to bring Internet access to everyone on the planet by balloon. Read More »

Telecom industry unites to fight FCC net neutrality rules

Major telecom industry trade groups asked the DC U.S. Court of Appeals to overturn the FCC's newly published open Internet rules. Read More »

CWA, Consumer Groups Raise Concerns about Verizon Landline Sale in California, Texas, Florida

In comments to the FCC, the Communications Workers of America and consumer groups The Utility Reform Network, the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates, the Center for Accessible Technology, and the Greenlining Institute all raised concerns about the impact of the $10.5 billion transaction on consumers and workers. Read More »

OSHA wants information on tower work

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched a request for information into communications tower construction and maintenance practices. Read More »

Video relay brings hearing impaired into digital communications

This week, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler used his blog to call attention to the vast world of video relay sign language interpreters. Read More »

The painfully slow unbundling of cable TV

Subscribers say they want á la carte TV, but according to a recent article in re/code, "Bundles aren’t going away anytime soon, since they’re the core of the pay TV business." Read More »

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