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President Obama has announced a new U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) initiative that will expand high speed broadband to more families across the country.


Over the past several years, Internet and computer technology have evolved at a rapid rate as evidenced by the proliferation of devices and technological applications.


Background: Today, USTelecom member Frontier Communications announced it would accept $283 million in Connect America Phase II funds to expand rural broadband service throughout its 28-state se


USTelecom respectfully submits these comments in response to the Commission’s request for input on additional steps the Commission should take to facilitate broadband deployment by removing &


Background: Today, The Federal Communications Commission Chairman voted 3-2 to raise the benchmark for broadband speeds.


Throughout a wide range of workplaces, from offices to the factory floor, digital technology has become a critical, modern infrastructure that companies and workers rely upon.


This past weekend Super Saturday broke records and eclipsed Black Friday, with Saturday and Sunday garnering $42 billion in sales.


The prospect of new regulation on broadband Internet service providers is raising concern among groups representing low-income communities who are worried about cost increases and postponed investm