Competition, not government regulation, is the best way to generate diverse choices for consumers and businesses
AT&T said it would leave temporary Boston Marathon WiFi for extended time
‘Be quiet, little man’
Prolonged power outages, such as those after Superstorm Sandy, can bring down cell service in an area.
The announcement came a day after AT&T announced plans to invest $22 billion dollars a year in its network over the next three years
Big Brother is reading your text messages, demanding ‘cell tower dumps,’ congressman reveals
Many interviewed in the report say that suicides are common.
Attorney General Eric (With)Holder has been an uber-Leftist-on-parade, and a stonewall on any number of investigations
AT&T has heavily criticized the FCC for its decision, arguing that the agency’s rejection of the merger will deprive consumers from more robust networks.
Apple’s biggest barrier thus far has been the large subsidies carriers pay to keep end-user iPhone pricing affordable
One of the Administration’s most unlawfully over-active wings has been the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
New app to track teenager's driving habits in development - MIT Technology Review
But it could rate any driver’s abilities, and any change in those abilities, over time.
This isn’t a free market – this is abusive and capricious government interventionism.
The $39 billion deal between AT&T and T-Mobile USA’s parent company, Deutsche Telekom, died in December 2011 after heavy opposition
‘The FCC may consider itself an expert agency on telecom, but it is not omniscient’
Obama, his Democrats and the Media Marxists Kill 1,900 Jobs | For over a year, T-Mobile basically said they would be forced to fire people if the merger was not approved.
Carrier appeared to be waging an all-out in-store battle against Apple’s iPhone 4S smartphone in week before iPad release
The company says it is also looking to rein in the heaviest users to improve service for all subscribers.
Broadbanding Together - TheDC
Communications, letters show broadband company received special treatment from FCC, repaid with Democratic Party donations
Activations and unit sales don’t necessarily paint a complete picture