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Wireless-only biggest in rural areas

With millions of rural residents depending on wireless-only, the AT&T/T-Mobile merger offers the best chance for 4G LTE broadband. Read More »

Universal Service Fund Reform Threatens Big Changes

With the FCC's Universal Service Fund expanding to include broadband, subsidized companies are worried. Read More »

Survey Finds Digital Divide Holding Steady

While 82 percent of Americans own computers, more than a third have no broadband, says survey. Read More »

House Dems Ask FCC To Develop Internet In Nation’s School And Libraries

Four House Democrats asked the FCC to use the Universal Service Fund to improve Internet access in the country's schools, libraries and health clinics. Read More »

Internet Speeds Increased in 2010, But Still A Long Way To Go

The U.S. is experiencing rapid Internet growth, but many Americans don't have top-quality connections, and many others have none at all. Read More »

European Commission To Invest $12 Billion In Superfast Broadband

The European Commission is proposing to invest billions in a plan to bring superfast broadband to all residents of the EU. Read More »

AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Would Help California

In an op-ed, LA County labor leader, Maria Elena Durazo, endorses the AT&T/T-Mobile merger. Read More »

Letter to FCC Reveals AT&Tís Commitment To Jobs

In a letter to the FCC, AT&T reiterated its commitment to retain and increase employment following the merger with T-Mobile. Read More »

FCC Backs New Nonprofit “Connect to Compete” To Plug Digital Divide

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced the formation of a new nonprofit/for-profit coalition to close the digital divide. Read More »

FCC Takes Major Step For People With Disabilities

The FCC began implementing "the most significant accessibility legislation since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990." Read More »

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