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Americans are not happy with their Internet service providers
The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index is out, and one industry in an unfortunate spot when it comes to customer satisfaction: Internet service providers.
Obama nominates former lobbyist, hall-of-famer Wheeler to head FCC
The Federal Communications Commission has a new chairman, Tom Wheeler. If confirmed by the Senate, he'll replace Julius Genachowski, who resigned in March.
How telecom reform in Mexico could impact U.S. immigration
New Mexican President Peña Nieto hopes to reshape the country's phone and television service by increasing competition through foreign investment.
Unlock your phone? You're breaking the law
If you're the type of tech savvy person who likes to hack your own electronics, you might be interested to know that unlocking your own cell phone without your provider's permission actually became illegal over the weekend.
AT&T puts $14 billion toward expanding wireless
AT&T announced this week it will invest $14 billion over the next three years to beef up its wireless and broadband services. The news is good for wireless customers, but could portend the demise of the old fashioned landline phone.
Congress calls Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE a threat
A new report from the House Intelligence Committee calls for investigations into two Chinese telecommunications suppliers.
Congress: Chinese telecom companies pose threat
A panel of the House Intelligence Committee warns U.S. telecom companies not to do business with Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp.