The FCC has fine-tuned its plan to offer broadband to the poor.
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Apple gains an unexpected ally in its fight against a court's order forcing it to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone -- a survivor's husband. Read the full letter.
Following the launch of Alphabet's Jigsaw, Schmidt is leading a new innovation board.
The iPhone maker slammed the Justice Dept. in a court filing on Tuesday, saying the ruling violates the Constitution.
The meeting is set to take place at Trump Tower on Dec. 14. It's not clear which companies will be in attendance.
Apple has support from the industry, according to a new court document filed on Thursday.
The move comes after Apple said it will not unlock an iPhone at the US government's request.
The company doesn't want the local court to decide.
The FCC wants to fuel more competition in the cable market, allowing customers more set-top box choice. This could allow customers to buy set-top boxes that support Internet streaming directly from a cable company.
No matter which side of the aisle you're on, the final debate promises to be interesting.