As wireless carriers begin to introduce 5G technology, Trump says he wants 6G. Researchers are working on it, but say any such standard is a decade away, or more.
HashiCorp has won fans among developers, and a billion-dollar valuation, by automating the mundane tasks of setting up and configuring servers.
Democrats have often opposed telecom mergers, but some prominent Democrats support T-Mobile's proposed acquisition of Sprint.
A Sprint lawsuit against AT&T reveals confusion over the newest wireless standards.
Three Republicans plan bills to restore some version of net neutrality, but they are a far cry from the Obama-era rules, or what many Democrats want.
Aides trumpet commitment to 5G wireless, AI, and quantum computing, but they go unmentioned in State of the Union.
To handle its massive amount of data, Facebook built new hardware and software tools, and shared them through open source.
A three-judge panel Friday will hear arguments in a case seeking to throw out the FCC's 2017 decision to repeal net neutrality rules.
China's Huawei, charged in two indictments Monday, might lose access to American-made components, a move that nearly put rival ZTE out of business.
The Justice Department announced indictments against Huawei and its CFO for lying to banks to evade sanctions on Iran, and for stealing trade secrets.
It could be technical issues or the government blocking Microsoft's search engine. Regardless, the service is back online.
Google’s proposal would render some ad blockers and other tools ineffective, forcing developers to make changes.
The French data regulator fines Google $57 million for not properly gaining user permission to personalize ads.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the company's Cortana digital assistant should be available on smart speakers made by rivals like Amazon and Google.