New York City expands its broadband housing development program
Raimondo said U.S. seeks to impose restrictions on the export of microchips to China to combat the county's influence.
In the battle over frequencies for low-earth orbit satellites, Amazon pointed to successful geostationary satellite orbit usage.
The NTIA's BEAD program requires grant recipients to provide a letter of credit.
A new Ohio-based training program could open veterans to a career in telecom service.
The Federal Trade Commission wants stricter guidelines for mergers after losses in court.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan cited an incident where he said Khan engaged in 'targeted harassment'.
BEAD can help close the broadband affordability gap in apartments, organization says.
The country needs to work with schools to encourage semiconductor manufacturing training.
Millions of users have already signed up for the Twitter alternative.
The task force will focus on addressing privacy and data protection issues in the communications industry.
The fab in India is designed to ensure the stability of critical semiconductor capacity and hence enhance U.S. national security.
Meeting comes as lawmakers zero-in on regulation of artificial intelligence.
Growth of 5G fixed wireless technology contingent on service providers having sufficient spectrum.
DISH Network claims to provide 5G service to 240 million Americans, 70 percent of the population.
ReConnect funding will go toward 142 projects expected to benefit 314,000 Americans.
Suggestion comes as Washington grapples with advances in artificial intelligence.
New bill seeks to supports U.S. role in emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence.
The partnership will allow healthcare professionals to analyze patient data and medical history.