TerraCom and YourTel are set to receive a $10 million penalty from the FCC after leaving sensitive consumer data available online and failing to inform its customers.
With the Nexus 6 pre-orders opening up on October 29th, we see a device closely resembling the Nexus 6 pass through the FCC.
T-Mobile’s current data roaming rate with AT&T is 150 percent higher than the average domestic roaming rate.
Half of the wireless calls to 9-1-1 were the result of butt dialing.
AT&T will pay $80 million to the FTC, $20 million to all fifty states, and $5 million to the FCC.
Blackburn (R-TN) has received money from a number of providers looking to eliminate broadband competition.
Six engineers examined 5,000 cell tower sites and found that 10% violated FCC rules.
Verizon Wireless, a media partner of the NFL, secretly supported ending the NFL blackout rule.
Marriott will pay $600,000 for intentionally slowing down & disabling customers Wi-Fi networks.
Iliad will increase their bid for a stake in T-Mobile.