FCC commissioners: Free up smart car spectrum for general use
A pair of bipartisan Federal Communications Commission policymakers think it's time to repurpose spectrum previously dedicated for the development of federally funded short-range vehicle-to-vehicle communications.
FCC commissioner throws weight behind new ‘homework gap’ bill
The FCC commissioner appeared alongside Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., during the announcement of the legislation in Vermont. She has been an outspoken advocate for kids who don't have Internet access.
New bill aims to close broadband gap by updating FCC program
A trio of legislators introduced on Monday the Broadband Adoption Act of 2015, which would modernize the FCC's Lifeline program to include broadband services for low-income Americans.
FCC leader warns broadband gap may leave kids behind
At the 1776 Challenge Festival on Monday, Jessica Rosenworcel said families should have high-speed broadband access at home so their kids don't get left behind in the digital age.
How Megan Smith would solve tech’s diversity problem
Smith, along with a number of other female leaders, wants to rework the nation's education system to drive more diversity into the tech sector.