After taking heat from the ACLU and being hacked by Anonymous for shutting down cellphone service to four stations last week, the Bay Area's BART kept cell service on during Monday protests.
To forestall a planned protest, Bay Area Rapid Transit turned off cellphone service, angering passengers and raising questions about First Amendment rights in an age of social media protests.
Big business complains about corporate tax rates. But corporate taxes fund the infrastructure that the private sector depends on. Try starting a business without it.
Unlocked iPhone 4 handsets are available at the American Apple Store. Why an unlocked iPhone now?
Smartphones tracking users has ethical and legal implications. Here's a look at what tracking by smartphones could mean.
An AT&T takeover of T-Mobile could reduce competition and choice and raise prices.
The proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile presents the Obama administration with a major anti-trust dilemma. Federal regulators will consider several factors to determine whether to allow the two telecom competitors to merge:
Broadband service would be more heavily regulated under the FCC. But House votes to repeal its proposed rules for broadband service.
New federal rules allow Metro PCS to offer a low-cost plan that blocks access to popular websites on the mobile Internet. Critics say it's a breach of net neutrality.