The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Friday issued a letter to Verizon demanding more information about the company's planned $350 early termination fee.
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The tax credit for companies that install new broadband service was cut from the latest version of the economic stimulus bill, according to the New York Times' Saul Hansell.The bill will still award more than $6 billion in grants to help build high-speed Internet service, mainly in rural areas, Hansell writes.
Howard Schmidt, the man in charge of modernizing and guarding the nation's cyberspace, talks shop at Bloomberg's 2012 Cybersecurity Conference.
Motorola Solutions' Gary Schluckbier explains why consumer mobile devices are, from a security standpoint, not fit for the enterprise -- and why Android is a particular threat.
The private sector may need to take up its own arms against cyber threats and not rely solely on the federal government, Gen. Michael Hayden says.
A new report from the Federal Communications Commission indicates that it remains neutral on the competitiveness of the wireless industry. Will AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile change that?
For those of us who are widescreen monitor-averse, never fear: the standard-aspect ratio is still alive and kicking. NEC on Wednesday introduced the 19-inch MultiSync EA109M, intended for business, government and education users.
Does Joe Biden have more in common with Metallica's Lars Ulrich than Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg?CNET colleague Declan McCullagh has a superb analysis of Dem.