New approaches must leapfrog the slow pace of extending fiber to the home and high costs of 5G and satellite.
This year saw a growing telehealth trend, federal digital inclusion efforts and greater attention to spectrum sharing.
Industry bigwigs say the decision paves the way for next-generation Wi-Fi.
Big technology companies faced hurdles in 2021 -- and it's only the beginning of a Biden administration crackdown.
Leading figures in telecom media share thoughts on what the next year will hold for the industry.
NY's Brad Hoylman introduced legislation that would attempt to control how social media handles users’ speech.
The report notes need for separating broadband access data from other consumer stats.
Nevada, Louisiana, American Samoa and Puerto Rico will join.
Broadband Breakfast is kicking off a year-in-review with key developments in digital infrastructure.
The Fiber Broadband Association and the NTCA Rural Broadband Association said it will release the book before May 2022.
The Internet Innovation Alliance said less than 6.5 million Americans participate in the subsidy program.
Internet speeds in the United States rose dramatically on average over the past year, according to a new report.
Two broadband experts on a Broadband Breakfast live event discussed data collection and specificity of mapping.
Event with the former Secretary of State discusses our current lack of knowledge on how to responsibly harness AI’s power.
Experts say continued investment in telehealth is necessary to improve care systems.
It is in Amazon's interest to twist the arm of lawmakers and prevent protections against internet scams.
According to data from Ookla, Starlink's median speeds in the U.S. dipped below 100 Mbps download, the speeds required for federal infrastructure bill money.
A judge ruled Facebook cannot be held liable for securities fraud in data leaks related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Businesses should think about inventory purchases beyond next year.
The Federal Communication said the awards will help connect patients to critical health services during a new wave of Covid-19.
CBRS presents an alternative where fiber installation is difficult.
Industry officials say the commission’s approach to E-rate competition would burden applicants.
The former FCC chairman said mapping issues need to be resolved before money leaves the door.
NTIA is likely to continue to oversee the $42.5 billion for broadband from the IIJA.
The agency has now committed $3.8 billion from the $7.17-billion program.
Committed discussed big companies shutting smaller ones out of the marketplace.
AT&T, Verizon, Lumen Technologies have settled for millions for failed 911 calls.
Generic radio components could provide the flexibility and versatility needed to bring broadband access to those in need.
Minnesota's broadband office is concerned about federal compliance in the wake of new federal funding.
Commerce and Treasury departments will bar investment and exports for Beijing-aligned companies.
The United States Trade Representative is concerned about Canada’s proposed tax of online services.
The agency said Thursday it has approved $1 billion to 69 providers in 32 states.
Keller and Heckman Partner Jim Baller says model could lead to a race to the bottom, but UTOPIA CEO disagrees.
Broadband Breakfast returns to being the "go to" gathering place for broadband policy and internet technology in Washington.
The Panasonic Foundation said Investing in public-private partnerships will create better outcomes for communities.
Money comes from the Telecommunications Infrastructure Loans and Community Connect programs.
The committee did not raise Gigi Sohn’s nomination during its meeting.
Gary Bolton and Nicol Turner Lee debated technology use to tackle the digital divide.
Industry also debated merits of fiber versus other technologies, and speeds.
New documents allegedly reveal Huawei is more involved with Chinese surveillance than previously known.