FCC broadband maps often understate the number of people without internet access. This tool aims to fix that issue.
After four months since the launch of the program, the FCC has released detailed data about subscriber demographics and how they’re enrolling.
The service is now available in parts of 57 cities across the U.S.
The FCC's internet program hasn't been a major source of new subscribers for most internet providers, but many are upgrading speeds.
The FCC wants to hear about experiences with selecting an internet service provider in your apartment or office building.
A new report from the Fiber Broadband Association predicts that a four-person household will require 2,141 Mbps speeds in the next decade.
Moving? You can sign up for your new internet service either online or the phone.
Thinking of an afternoon on the water in your sailboat, speed boat or pontoon boat probably conjures images of sitting back with your feet up while the wind and water spray across your face. However, despite the fact that you may be 10, 20, 30 or more miles offshore, there may be times when you […]
There really is a good time of year to find a new ISP.
Learn how to set up a secure home network with simple changes to your routers and more.
Amazon's Project Kuiper files FCC complaint against Starlink for its recent request to send 30,000 more satellites into space.
Pandemic-driven online education has exacerbated the racial gap within the digital divide.
There are various internet service providers in Canada, with plans to suit every household. Find the best one for your needs with this guide.
Starlink could be the internet solution rural households are desperately in need of. But what is it and how does it work?
Some providers are walking back expectations on when you can see faster internet in your neighborhood.
Americans agree internet is essential, but the solution depends on your politics.
Never experience lag while gaming again.
Can this satellite internet company provide a more accessible and more affordable internet solution?
The Federal Communications Commission's chairperson advocates for net neutrality and broadband access for all.
Everything you need to know to take advantage of all the internet deals available for educators and students.
Join the fight for fair, affordable internet service.
ISPs are receiving backlash for limiting which internet plans customers can apply their $50/mo. discount to.
The digital divide is about more than just access to internet.
Think you know 5G? Think again! We’re separating fact from fiction so you know what to expect from this emerging technology in 2020.
New Optimum customers will now have to pay the same price for slower upload speeds.
Experts estimate it will take a minimum of $20 billion to connect all Americans to internet service.
A rundown of what each state is doing to get its residents connected.
The internet has become an essential tool for protection and security. Here's what you need to know about using the internet for safety.
DISH is finally on its way to becoming the fourth major carrier
We show you how to keep connected during heat or fire emergencies; prep is key.
What will it actually take to make a city "smart?"
The combination of COVID-19 lockdowns and a slew of new streaming services led to a massive increase in streaming in 2020.
Would you know if your router was hacked? Check out some ways to know for sure and how you can secure your home network.
Almost half of U.S. students report they were bullied in some way online during the pandemic lockdown.
Credit card fraud is on the rise in the U.S. as more people shop online, but there are easy ways to limit your exposure.
As you shop around for internet service, you might notice an unexpected expense for AT&T, which is the monthly rental charge for the modem/router combo that the service provides. The AT&T-approved modem/router (or gateway) comes with a $10/mo.* rental fee, or $120 per year. What’s more, the best modem for AT&T is the one supplied […]