The Biden administration announced Wednesday a list of new measures to promote supply chain resiliency.
The FCC's Enforcement Bureau has entered into a settlement with TracFone for subsidy program violations.
The NTIA has awarded $13 million to open network projects.
Broadcom announces the closing of their $69 billion acquisition of VMware.
Altman was brought back to OpenAI only days after being fired.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel proposes a new way to eliminate junk fees.
After being fired on Friday by the board of OpenAI, former CEO Altman will join Microsoft and lead its AI.
Industry associations are not happy about the FCC's new digital discrimination rules.
Observers say MVNOs are presenting growth opportunities for network-owning service providers.
The FCC has proposed a pilot program to help schools and libraries protect against cyberattacks.
Industry groups applaud the White House’s National Spectrum Strategy, which was released on Monday.
Hamid Akhavan is to be the CEO and president of DISH Network and Echostar following the finalization of their merger.
The USDA announced $1.2 billion in rural development funding.
The FCC's proposal would allow schools and libraries to request E-Rate funding to support remote connectivity.
A coalition of telecom associations are urging Congress to appropriate money to fund the Rip and Replace program.
Frank Pallone wants national privacy legislation in light of military data broker reports.
Ziply Fiber is offering a new 50 Gig plan in several states including Montana, Oregon, Idaho and Washington.
Democratic Sens. Michael Bennet of Colorado and Peter Welch of Vermont urging the creation of a new tech regulatory agency.
The Federal Communications Commission announced over $5 million in additional Emergency Connectivity Funding.
FCC approves $18 billion for rural broadband expansion under the Enhanced Alternative Connect America Cost Model.
The FCC grants two providers rip and replace extensions.
Public interest groups praise White House push for more ACP money.
33 State attorneys general sue Meta for allegedly capitalizing off of young users.
Senator wants FCC to make order on pole attachment, replacement cost issues.
FCC to vote on order aimed at helping domestic abuse survivors maintain phone line.
The FTC may be able to convince the district court that Amazon is sustaining a monopoly markup, said Herb Hovenkamp.
The FCC announced $53.4 million in additional funding for the Emergency Connectivity Fund.
Two Republicans nominees for the FTC have been pushed through by a subcommittee.
The regulator is proposing a fine for failed transmission of 911 calls.
Ericsson partners with Eastern Kentucky network to provide 5G services.
Congressman urges social media giants to moderate misinformation in the wake of Hamas attacks in Israel.
Policy experts were not all in agreement on whether to wrap ACP into the Universal Service Fund.
An economic policy research group has developed a website to promote funding for the ACP.
Broadband service provider WOW! is set to expand infrastructure in Florida
Brendan Carr and Geoffrey Starks were confirmed to an additional term on the Federal Communications Commission.
Under consideration: Opening the Universal Service Fund to contributions from broadband and Big Tech companies.
In August the FCC proposed giving manufacturers the option of labeling their devices with a cybersecurity standard.
Making the use of AI known is key to addressing any pitfalls, researchers said.
Trade group says telecoms are not discriminating when they don’t build in financially difficult areas.
NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson met his counterpart, Republic of Korea vice minister of science, to discuss telecom and AI policy.