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In 10 years, what will a nostalgic phone look like?

by Robert Triggs 3 days ago0 comments

Nokia 6 hands on

by John Velasco 3 days ago0 comments

Always listening devices and the question of privacy vs safety

by Adam Sinicki 3 days ago0 comments

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be formally unveiled on August 23rd, invites rolling out

by Andrew Grush 3 days ago0 comments
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FCC officially grants approval of AT&T-DirecTV merger

Today the FCC has approved AT&T's $48.5 billion acquisition of DirecTV, which was first announced in May of 2014.
by Jimmy WestenbergJuly 24, 20154

T-Mobile paying $17.5 million in fees for 911 outages

Can you imagine not being able to reach 911 when you most need it? Well, this happened to T-Mobile customers for some time, and now the carrier is making amends for their mistakes.
by Edgar CervantesJuly 18, 20158

Huawei Watch lands at FCC ahead of launch

The Huawei Watch has paid a trip to the US Federal Certification Commission (FCC), suggesting that Huawei's first Android Wear may be readying for launch.
by Nirave GondhiaJuly 14, 201527

Sprint ceases throttling on consumers’ unlimited plans following new FCC regulations

On the same day the FCC's new rules took effect, Sprint stopped throttling its unlimited data plan users.
by Jimmy WestenbergJune 19, 201512
 
 

FCC issues AT&T a $100 million fine for quietly throttling unlimited data plans

The FCC has just issued AT&T a $100 million fine for misleading customers about its definition of the term "unlimited".
by Jimmy WestenbergJune 17, 20159

FCC Chairman calls on OEMs and carriers to add theft-prevention features to all cell phones

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants to take immediate steps to reduce cell phone theft, and he's doing so by calling on OEMs and carriers to help.
by Jimmy WestenbergJune 12, 20155

Data caps are back for Telus customers in as arbitrary fashion as you would expect

Telus Mobility announced last week that internet users would soon be charged if they exceed their monthly data allowance.
by William Neilson JrFebruary 27, 201513

FCC passes strong net neutrality rules, lawsuits soon to follow

The FCC passed new broadband rules that allow for the government to treat broadband internet as a public utility.
by William Neilson JrFebruary 26, 201520

Verizon Wireless admits to hoarding spectrum, ends any argument about a spectrum crunch

It wasn't even three years ago that Verizon told the FCC that they were running out of spectrum. Verizon was telling the FCC this because they were pushing the FCC to approve a spectrum ...
by William Neilson JrFebruary 23, 201521

Report: US carriers are still making it difficult to unlock phones (update)

According to a new analysis, three of the four major mobile service providers in the US are still making it incredibly difficult to unlock smartphones.
by Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 17, 201530
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