Federal Communications Commission
05 Feb 2021
Lobbyists for small Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the US are urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to investigate SpaceX's Starlink program.
27 Jan 2021
SpaceX launched 10 laser link-enabled Starlink satellites into polar orbit using its Transporter-1 dedicated rideshare mission on January 24.
16 Jan 2021
Popular music streaming service Spotify has sought FCC certification for a new Bluetooth-enabled device dubbed Car Thing. Last heard of in 2019, the car companion has received a significant design revamp and no longer resembles the 2019 concept.
31 Jul 2020
After e-commerce, web services, entertainment, Amazon is set to take on Elon Musk's SpaceX in the booming "internet-from-space" category.
31 Oct 2019
As the demands to have Wi-Fi enabled across public places grow louder, it becomes increasingly harder to imagine places without access to wireless internet.
05 Aug 2019
Amid privacy-related debacles, the Pentagon is testing a new technology for mass-surveillance - balloons.
21 Jul 2018
A couple of months after rumors surfaced indicating that Facebook was building its own satellite, the social media giant has confirmed its satellite project.
12 Jul 2018
In a big win for access to information, the Indian government has accepted recommendations to enforce one of the strongest net neutrality protections in the world.
12 Jun 2018
The end of the free, unbiased internet in the US is officially here.
14 Apr 2018
An Apple filing at the Federal Communications Commission has revealed images of an unreleased golden iPhone X.
02 Jan 2018
Samsung has announced that it'll launch its next generation Exynos chip on 4th January, just days before the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas.
13 Nov 2017
Samsung's long-rumored mid-range phone, the Galaxy A5 (2018), was confirmed by two sources. The phone would come with major improvements in design and internal hardware over the 2017 model.
12 Oct 2017
President Donald Trump questioned whether media licenses for NBC News and other networks should be challenged after they reported the unfavorable news.
20 May 2017
In the first step towards removing net neutrality, the US Federal Communications Commission voted to end the rules that came into force in 2015.
16 May 2017
The Indian diaspora in the US really seems to be living the American dream. Having gathered numerical and economical clout over time, Indians have started to figure prominently in the power corridors in Washington DC.
27 Apr 2017
Less than a month after the US allowed internet service providers to release data without consumers' consent, Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai has suggested rolling back net neutrality.
04 Apr 2017
US President Donald Trump on April 4 signed into effect a resolution allowing internet service providers to release consumers' web usage data to companies without seeking their consent, revoking recent privacy rules that made it mandatory for them to obtain permission first.
29 Mar 2017
In an alarming move, the US House of Representatives revoked internet privacy rules approved days before President Donald Trump's election, that made it mandatory for service providers to obtain consent before selling consumers' data.
02 Oct 2016
With most companies becoming digital, the life of consumers, consequently, is becoming digital.