Using its existing cable network, Comcast announces plans to roll out super high-speed internet service.
Google Fibers recent purchase of a high-speed wireless company signals shift in plans.
State legislatures passing laws banning municipalities from developing high speed internet systems.
If your office wi-fi seems sluggish, here are some reasons why and what you can do to speed it up.
Competition for fiber-enabled internet access speeds at net-neutrality pricing levels will benefit small businesses.
Time Warner Cable is trying to preempt Google Fiber by upgrading its existing internet network to a digital one–at no additional cost to subscribers.
Comcast announced it will offer Gigabit Pro, residential 2 Gigabit-per-second (Gbps) internet access service to more than 1.5 million customers in Atlanta starting in May (2015).
Google announced today that it is expanding its high-speed gigabit internet service, Google Fiber, to Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh-Durham.
A comparison of high speed low cost internet service in 24 cities around the world finds the U.S. coming up slow.
Cox Communications has now joined Google Fiber and AT&T in announcing plans to offer super-fast fiber access to the internet.
Prizes up to $25,000 in cash and $7,500 in print and business services will be awarded.
It sound’s too good to be true. That’s because it is.
Facebook expands its free small business job posting feature to 40 more countries.
More Americans than ever plan to pay down debt or save their tax refund this year.