The Department of Justice has approved Verizon's planned $3.9 billion acquisition of spectrum from Comcast, subject to conditions designed to safeguard competition.
ISPs are delivering broadband speeds closer to those they advertise, and in many cases are even exceeding their claims, says the FCC.
Comcast has agreed to pay $800,000 to settle a complaint from the FCC that it failed to honor its agreement to offer standalone internet service to consumers when it took over NBC Universal.
Marius Milner may not be on the FBI's most wanted list, but his actions are causing just as much of a stir.
Google has released a full version of the FCC's report into its gathering of personal data with Street View cars - revealing that the 'rogue engineer' who gathered the data told colleagues that he was doing so.
Google's had its knuckles rapped by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for being too slow to cooperate with an investigation into Street View's unlawful collection of data.
The Federal Communications Commission is hoping to drastically reduce cellphone theft with the introduction of a new, national database of phone IDs.
The FCC is set to ban LightSquared from going ahead with its proposed national wireless broadband network, following a government report concluding that it would interfere with navigation gear.
AT&T may have failed in its bid to take over T-Mobile, but it has at least gained regulatory approval for its purchase of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm.
Federal Communications Commissioner (FCC) Robert McDowell says Internet freedom is under threat by emerging global powers seeking a salient increase in government regulation.
AT&T might finally realize it's time to wake up and smell the coffee - the carrier has reportedly been stepping down its efforts to push the T-Mobile buyout deal through.
If you got a text message that was irrefutably sent directly from Verizon telling you to seek shelter immediately, what would you do?
It isn't a good thing when a government-sanctioned entity is criticizing a company over a decision that the government needs to approve.
AT&T and T-Mobile have abandoned attempts to seek approval for a merger from the Federal Communications Commission.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, has said the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile needs more scrutiny - the nearest the FCC can get to blocking the deal altogether.
The Federal Communications Commission has given the go-ahead to plans to create a $4.5 billion internet fund aimed at improving the provision of broadband in rural areas.
If the FCC ever needs another reason to prove that its new "anti-bill shock" initiative is necessary for consumers, it need look no further than Celina Aarons.
The CTIA wireless association is today expected to announce new billing practices designed to help consumers avoid 'bill shock'.
The FCC has chosen Best Buy as its partner in a new attempt to bring computer literacy and training to Americas across the country.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has outlined a plan to improve rural broadband services by overhauling the Universal Service Fund.