In the telecommunications world, the transfer of spectrum is sort of like alimony for a relationship that didn't quite work out. The Federal Communications Commission has approved just such a gift from AT&T to T-Mobile, which was a condition of their failed merger. No word on who got the house in Aspen. T-Mobile will be sitting pretty with its new acquisition, which will give it Advanced Wireless Systems spectrum in 128 cellular markets, including the 12 of the top 20, says PCMag.
In a landmark decision for the future of the Internet, the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved tough net neutrality regulations to oversee online traffic. Read Post
The Federal Communications Commission is poised to approve strict new rules for Internet providers Thursday in a historic vote that would represent the government's most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playin... Read Post