Browse Archives or

Bad service, 911 outages prompt Vermont investigation into FairPoint

Following months of service complaints and a massive phone outage, Vermont is asking for an investigation into telecom FairPoint Communications. Read More »

Rosenworcel speaks out for E-Rate

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel wrote that the E-Rate program, "... is the nation's largest education technology program. It helps schools and libraries in every state, by supporting access to modern communications and the Internet.” Read More »

CenturyLink focusing its 1 Gbps push at business

CenturyLink, the nation’s third-largest telecommunications company, reiterated its intention to connect businesses with its growing gigabit-scale network. Read More »

Cablevision and CEO James Dolan Found Guilty of Multiple Violations of Federal Labor Law

A Federal Administrative Law Judge ruled late Thursday that Cablevision and its CEO James Dolan had broken multiple labor laws in an attempt to stop workers in Brooklyn and the Bronx from unionizing. Read More »

World Internet growth continues unabated

The UN International Telecommunication Union (ITU) annual report says, “... by the 
end 2014, almost 3 billion people will be using the Internet, up from 2.7 billion at end
 2013.” Read More »

Overall, high-tech women report lower earnings, less job satisfaction

According to a new report from Glassdoor, a women’s hiring website, “At most of these [high-tech] companies, men report earning a higher base salary than women for the same role..." Read More »

Wheeler pushes E-Rate and Connect America

In his blog on November 20, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler addressed expanding high-speed broadband into rural areas through both the E-rate program and the Connect America Fund. Read More »

AT&T parses meaning of “pause” in its commitments to fiber

AT&T's pause in building GigaPower fiber to the home doesn't apply to its current goals, but the company may stop there if the administration declares the Internet a regulated utility. Read More »

Spectrum action prices high… and climbing

The long-planned auction of six blocks of publicly owned airwaves has so far reached total bidding of $34 billion -- vastly exceeded expectations. Read More »

Google Fiber moves into Nashville

Google recently applied for a franchise to bring 1 Gbps fiber to the Nashville metro area – with plans to begin work as soon as possible. Read More »

Page 6 of 192 pages « First  <  4 5 6 7 8 >  Last »