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The FCC’s coming struggle: regulating “fairness” on the airwaves.
People in rural areas may gain more wireless airspace from the shutdown of analog television.
An FCC report says ISPs don’t always deliver the speeds they promise, but they’re getting better at it.
Recent FCC hearings pitted network operators and content distributors against each other. But if the two can find a way to collaborate, the Internet will work better for everybody.
A policy change means that sections of spectrum can be “checked out” for different purposes at specific locations.
Washington budget agreement could ward off congestion and aid innovation.
Are you getting the speed you’re paying for? The FCC hopes to find out.
Verizon and AT&T dominate the airwaves, but Google helped open the networks.
Gadgets that operate over television frequencies promise to transform the wireless landscape.