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Job killers or innovation generators? Regulations can promote innovation and entrepreneurship.
Congress brings in much-needed revenue by auctioning off airwaves to wireless telecom carriers.
When it comes to the development of high speed wireless Internet, big is not necessarily bad.
One sign of hope for the economy: Some firms have flipped from firing to hiring.
Wireless terms now allow streams of redirected TV, but still bar peer-to-peer downloads
New restrictions by AT&T on Skype calling and video services stir questions of open Internet
Analyst says "home and on-the-go" broadband as important as subsidized PC.
The telecom firm will cut 4 percent of its workforce, on top of an earlier cut in April
VoIP comes of age as big providers enter the market.