On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission proposed changing how it defines high-speed Internet to download speeds of 10 megabits per second (Mbps) for a service to qualify as broadband. The FCC currently defines broadband Internet, as 4 Mbps download speed. The FCC is seeking public comment on whether those bandwidth thresholds should be increased and whether different ones should be set for wired and wireless connections. It also seeks comment on whether the FCC should measure speeds during hours of regular or peak use, how or whether it should consider the impact of data caps, and various other factors it could weigh. Comments are due by September 4, 2014.