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C Spire has announced plans to acquire Callis Communications, which provides cloud-based unified communications as a service for businesses.
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The pricing abroad for cellular service on airline flights - rather than wi-fi - is for international roaming that typically involves a monthly fee and a charge for calls or data used.
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If federal regulators agree to allow cellular calls aboard airlines, the first customer will likely be arriving from overseas.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Washington lawyer Patricia Millett to a seat on a federal appeals court that handles some of the nation's biggest business cases.
The Federal Communications Commission already ended a ban on in-flight emails and text messages, but is now considering allowing phone calls, as well.
A new study proposed by the Federal Communications Commission caught the wrath of 16 GOP members of the Commerce Committee, who see it as a sneaky way to bring back the Fairness Doctrine.
The Federal Communications Commission on Monday suspended AT&T Inc.'s plan to stop offering long-term discounts on special access plans.
With the Federal Communications Commission considering lifting the ban on in-flight cell-phone calls, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster announced Monday a bill to pre-empt the possibility.
About $800,000 from the Federal Communications Commission will go toward the expansion of broadband access for rural communities in Southwest Louisiana.
Officials say companies in New York are getting almost $9 million as part of $260 million national program to expand broadband Internet access to rural areas.
The Federal Communications Commission says it's authorizing $27.8 million to provide access to almost 38,000 homes and businesses in rural Alabama.
Few are likely to fault new Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler for deciding to delay the planned auction of wireless spectrum voluntarily relinquished by TV broadcasters until the middle of 2015.
Over the last decade, net neutrality has increasingly made its way into public discourse: politicians on Capitol Hill have battled over it, corporations have worked to curb it and public interest advocates have fought to preserve it.
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