- Report shows Internet connectivity gap in Alaska Updated: Nov-23-15 9:08 am
KENAI, Alaska - Alaska is lagging behind other states in providing what federal regulators have determined to be proper access to broadband in K-12 classrooms.
- Project to upgrade transit, broadband access in rural areas Updated: Nov-21-15 12:02 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio transportation agency is expected to use nearly $7 million in federal money to upgrade technology of rural transit agencies and increase broadband Internet access in areas with insufficient service.
- Panel approves moving away from failed broadband program Updated: Nov-20-15 5:42 pm
BOISE, Idaho - A group of lawmakers tasked with submitting public school broadband recommendations in the wake of this year's collapse of the statewide system is finalizing its wish list for the 2016 Idaho Legislature.
- 15 Minnesota broadband projects share $11 million in grants Updated: Nov-20-15 11:40 am
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - Broadband providers serving 15 rural areas of Minnesota unlocked $11 million of state grants Friday to expand the availability of high-speed Internet.
- Latest channel to offer itself sans cable bundle: Univision Updated: Nov-18-15 12:38 pm
NEW YORK - Univision is the latest media company to offer a streaming service as it prepares for an initial public offering.
- Wyoming officials mark improved statewide Internet service Updated: Nov-05-15 7:11 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead and other officials say the state has emerged as a national leader in providing improved Internet access to schools and communities.
- Voters across Colorado back local broadband efforts Updated: Nov-04-15 4:18 pm
DENVER - Frustrated by slow or expensive Internet connections, voters in cities, towns and counties across Colorado backed allowing their local governments to get involved in the broadband business in Tuesday's election.
- Britain seeks greater access to citizens' online activity Updated: Nov-04-15 12:17 pm
LONDON - The British government plans to make telecommunications firms keep records of customers' Web histories and help spies hack into computers and phones under a new cyber-snooping law unveiled Wednesday.
- WVU libraries have a 'Wikipedian in Residence' Updated: Nov-04-15 2:46 am
MORGANTOWN, West Virginia - West Virginia University's library system has hired its first "Wikipedian in Residence."
- Google will let artificial intelligence reply to your email Updated: Nov-03-15 9:33 am
SAN FRANCISCO - Google is putting a different twist on the concept of "automated reply" with a new tool that aims to write artificially intelligent responses to your email.
- Lawmakers wrangle over tax breaks for ultrafast Internet Updated: Nov-02-15 3:44 pm
PORTLAND, Oregon - Oregon regulators are scheduled to decide Tuesday how Internet service providers can qualify for new tax breaks, a decision that will affect millions of dollars in tax revenue.
- Nonprofit to open center with free computer, Internet access Updated: Nov-02-15 3:30 am
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - A former Kansas City church now houses at least 30 desktop computers that will be available to the public for free beginning Nov. 9.
- Time Warner Cable plans for TV on the Internet Updated: Oct-29-15 2:41 pm
NEW YORK - Hate your cable box? In a few weeks, Time Warner Cable is going to start testing in New York City a cable service that doesn't need one and is delivered over their customers' home Internet.
- Google's Internet-beaming balloons to take off in Indonesia Updated: Oct-28-15 9:00 pm
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California - Google's Internet-beaming balloons are ready to take off on the next phase of their mission to deliver online access in regions where most people live offline.
- Arkansas panel votes to work on expanding Internet access Updated: Oct-28-15 5:31 pm
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - A legislative panel has voted to issue recommendations by October 2016 for expanding high-speed Internet access around Arkansas.
- Facebook CEO defends effort to expand Internet access Updated: Oct-28-15 7:06 am
NEW DELHI - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended his company's contentious efforts to expand Internet access in the developing world during his second visit to India this year.
- NY top prosecutor to Internet providers: Prove speed claims Updated: Oct-26-15 7:55 pm
ALBANY, New York - New York's attorney general suspects there's little difference between broadband's fast lanes and the slower freight of ordinary Internet access.