Short answer: It was to prove a point that wireless emergency alerts could be way better—and save more lives.
Federal regulators are trying to lower sky-high phone rates for inmates and their families, which advocate say reduces recidivism.
Arctic sea ice once prevented ships from installing the undersea cables that support the internet. That’s no longer the case.
Telecom giant looks to replace thousands of striking workers.
Critics say the deal is anticompetitive and against the public interest.
Broadband access has hardly been discussed during the presidential race, on either side of the aisle.
“If I can profit there, I'll profit anywhere.”
In Louisville, AT&T lawyers are once again wielding a lawsuit to impede progress.
The city "put a nail in the coffin of telephone and cable monopolies."
The system would encrypt messages use a pre-defined random number that only a select few would know.