In Monday's Tech Bytes, the government is taking steps to provide faster internet service for students.

The FCC voted Friday to expand and improve its e-rate program, which oversees telecommunications for public school and libraries across the country.

Apple is looking to improve its mapping services.

The company has reportedly purchased HopStop.com, which provides directions for over 140 major metropolitan areas in the U.S. and abroad.

Apple faced hard criticism last year when it replaced the popular Google Maps with its own mapping app.

Instagram is heading to Washington.

The photo-sharing app is giving politicians pointers on how to make the most of the service.

Facebook and Twitter have also made similar trips to the Nation's capital.

And take a look at the world's fastest lawn mower.

Honda claims "The Mean Mower" can reach 130 miles per hour, although it needs to slow to 15 miles per hour in order to actually cut grass.