How Humans Will Bring the Internet to Space
In the future, orbiters, rovers, deep space probes, and even human space habitats will be nodes on the internet of things.
A DIY Internet Network Has Drastically Expanded Its Coverage in NYC
With the installation of "Supernode 3," NYC Mesh now covers large swaths of both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
American ISPs Are Better Than Ever, FCC Proclaims in Study Based on Flawed Data
Ajit Pai's FCC says more Americans than ever have access to fast internet connections, but critics say the study is "fundamentally at odds with reality."
SpaceX and Amazon Hope to Deliver Cheap Broadband With Low-Orbit Satellites
A new study shows how more broadband options should bring lower prices, assuming the promises pan out.
Americans' Increasing Data Use Is on a Collision Course With Data Caps
Comcast customers are using more data than ever before, but restrictive broadband caps are set to clash with trends like 4K video streaming.
This ISP Is Offering a 'Fast Lane' for Gamers...For $15 More Per Month
Priority routing services like Cox Communication's 'Elite Gamer' offer are usually a mixed bag, and in many instances provide no discernible benefit at all.
The Unpopular Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Looks Increasingly Doomed
Regulators aren’t sold on the companies’ claims that fewer competitors means more competition and lower prices.
House Votes to Save Net Neutrality
The "Save the Internet Act" still faces long odds: It needs to get through a Republican-controlled Senate where it's been called 'dead on arrival,' and survive a veto threat from President Trump.
One of America's Most Prominent Net Neutrality Activists Just Released a Folk Punk Album
Fight for the Future's Evan Greer talks about her experiences as an activist and trans woman in "She/her/they/them."
The FTC Makes It Clear It Can’t, Won’t Protect Net Neutrality
When the Ajit Pai-led FCC killed net neutrality, the agency said that the FTC would step in to protect consumers. Now, that seems unlikely.
Bill That Would Restore Net Neutrality Moves Forward Despite Telecom’s Best Efforts to Kill it
Last minute attempts to weaken the proposal failed as bill now moves toward a showdown in the House and Senate.
Some Democrats Are Ready to Water Down Their Own Net Neutrality Bill
Activists say efforts to “compromise” at this juncture would only weaken rules with broad, bipartisan public support.