Jennifer Lopez Calls New Verizon Deal to Court Latinos 'No Brainer'

Viva Movil will be ready in a city near you.

Young Latino Smartphone Users Spend $17.6 Billion on Mobile Devices

According to a new report, young Latinos in the U.S. spent $17.6 billion on mobile devices and more than $500 million on mobile apps in 2012.

Court Dismisses Verizon, Metro PCS Suits Against FCC's Web Rules

For mobile users of color, there’s good and bad news when it comes to recent efforts to squash net neutrality rules.

FCC's New Net Neutrality Rules Make Nobody Happy

Here’s what they say, and what comes next.

Waxman Holds Off On Google-Verizon Internet Copycat Bill

Advocates worry that corporate agendas are leading the way.

Verizon Uses "Bed Intruder" to Make Its Case Against Regulation

Both sides of the broadband debate are lobbying heavily in Congress and in the court of public opinion.

Air Has No Prejudice, But Verizon Does

Five lies the company’s using to convince people it’s not fighting net neutrality.

House Dems Warn Google-Verizon Deal Will Widen Digital Divide

FCC was reportedly “very close” to deal that included wireless protections for users.

Verizon, Google Plot an Internet With Traffic Ghettos

Open Internet advocates worry Web sources who can’t pay for access will be drowned out–and ask you to tell Google as much.