One of the primary responsibilities of being a faith leader is to listen to your community and understand its problems.
The FCC announced a partnership with a trio of companies to deliver devices under the Affordable Connectivity Program.
Some lawyers say their clients are having a difficult time getting access to the legal system without connectivity.
Increasing taxes on internet service providers would be counterproductive in the quest to close the digital divide.
President Biden received a standing ovation during address.
Without access to a secure broadband connection, the co-author of this Expert Opinion would have died.
The Government Accountability Office rejected LightBox's bid to protest CostQuest's award to build the map.
President Joe Biden commented on closing the digital divide in his first State of the Union address.
The ATIS report outlines major steps that need to be taken to “ensure North American wireless leadership."
Accurate maps will allow federal dollars to target unserved and underserved areas.
Starks sat down to discuss the promise of smart grid technology for the environment.
Generic radio components could provide the flexibility and versatility needed to bring broadband access to those in need.
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.
The build is also underbudget, they said.
Collaboration between community leaders will be essential in ensuring success of the Biden infrastructure bill in California.
Internet of Things devices are expected to increasingly flood the market as 5G networks light up.
Some experts believe that public-private models may provide answers for municipalities struggling to narrow the digital divide.
"Farm Fresh Broadband" explains the world of broadband policy and provides solutions to bridge the digital divide.
FCC Acting Chairwoman Rosenworcel said EBB will benefit tremendously from local outreach efforts.
Republicans threaten companies that comply with Democrats records request, Pew highlights the good in infrastructure bill, Connected Britain in person.
Webinar hears how critical mapping is to bridging the digital divide.
FTC mounts another complaint against Facebook, Amazon warns third-party sellers about antitrust, Tesla autopilot investigated.
Join Sunne Wright McPeak at 12 Noon ET on Wednesday for a discussion about the push for digital equity.
At Fiber Connect, Garry Bolton said he is optimistic fiber will prevail over other tech for connectivity.
Company head says scalable, gigabit future is a priority now to deal with future broadband challenges.
Craig Settles describes the important role that community institutions have played in promoting connectivity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leaked infra proposal has base 100 Mbps speeds, Apple's phones getting 5G, Newsom signs broadband bill, FTC money recovery bill.
Biden admin accuses China of hacking, FCC's minimum broadband insufficient for small businesses, Jessica Rosenworcel says midband is priority.
Friday's Gigabit Libraries Network conversation will feature Drew Clark of Broadband Breakfast and John Busby of BroadbandNow.
Huawei scoffs at FCC rip and replace, rural broadband bill moves in committee, franchise fees appeal, Calif. broadband bill integral.
Executive order would kickoff new antitrust and net neutrality regulations.
Without further word on what to expect in the bipartisan infrastructure framework, Doug Dawson examines what direction it could take.
Though the FCC has claimed that broadband figures are improving, BroadbandNow's data paints a less favorable picture.
More experts weigh in on the fiber debate, but point to other technologies as important for the future of connectivity.
FCC renews equity and diversity commission, Chicago mayor renews free internet program, Render partners with Wessex.
John Stankey said the amount would completely cover rural and remote America -- if "done right."
A decade after the advent of LTE, the next-generation 5G will be, and already is, a critical resource for Americans.
The FCC’s May 10 order said schools and libraries could not use connectivity funds to build self-provisioned networks.
In the wake of the Emergency Broadband Benefit program, a new group emerges.