Google’s Stadia service comes with bandwidth consumption requirements that could put a serious strain on 1TB data caps across the country. 4K isn’t going to be accessible to a lot of folks — not without overage fees.
The paid TV companies lost an estimated 2.5M subscribers in 2018 as the pace of cord-cutting accelerated.
5G service could collapse the distinction between cellular provider and ISP, fundamentally changing how consumers buy internet service — but only if that service is kept affordable.
Charter has announced that it will bring gigabit service to millions more homes this year, including four million over the summer.
A California Democrat wrecked the net neutrality bills before the state at the behest of AT&T, other ISPs.
The next generation of digital broadcast standards will introduce new user-hostile, anti-privacy tracking methods, including the ability to know exactly what you watch and when you watch it.
New York State and Montana don’t normally team up, but politics makes for strange bedfellows. Montana and NYS became the first two states to order that all ISPs wishing to do business with the state government must uphold net neutrality principles as a condition of any state contract.
Former FCC chairman and lobbyist Michael Powell spends some time setting up and knocking down straw men while disparaging the idea of net neutrality. We respond.
The FCC will vote to eradicate net neutrality and its attendant consumer protections in December, despite widespread consumer opposition.
The United States’ average wireless and wired network performance both grew over the past 12 months, but continue to lag other developed countries.