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Note 8 hands-on: Bigger and better where it truly counts

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Top five new Galaxy Note 8 features

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 versus the competition

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price, release date and carrier deals (developing)

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FCC Commissioner Pai slams net neutrality rules, ignores facts & FCC history

But speaking of a monopoly, Comcast now owns over 50% of customers in this country with speeds that reach the FCC definition of broadband (25 Mbps).
by William Neilson JrFebruary 12, 201553

Carriers in the U.S. are legally obligated to unlock your phone

It has been a while since it was illegal to unlock your phone, starting now, carriers must unlock your device if your account is in good standing, contracts paid up.
by Jonathan FeistFebruary 12, 20155

Lawmakers like Fred Upton are FCC hypocrites

Fred Upton helped write a draft of bill which would have created a "two-tiered" Internet back in 2006 that was backed by the FCC.
by William Neilson JrFebruary 9, 20156

The FCC will reportedly classify ISP’s under Title II

The FCC will in fact propose to regulate Internet Service Providers (ISP) as a public utility under the classification of Title II.
by William Neilson JrFebruary 3, 201525
 
 

Carriers just torpedoed their strongest argument against net neutrality

AT&T paid the most for a single license by spending $2.8 billion for one license in New York City.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 31, 201518

FCC changes broadband’s definition to 25Mbps or higher

Despite protests from all the major ISPs out there, the Federal Communications Commission has voted in favor of officially changing the definition of “broadband”.
by Andrew GrushJanuary 29, 201522

The banking industry wants to legally robocall cellphones

Consumer advocates have pointed out that banks could easily take advantage of technology that allows them to determine when cellphone numbers have been transferred.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 27, 20153

Even if the FCC goes forward with Title II classification, expect significant delays

Cable and wireless companies have all but guaranteed that they will sue the FCC to stop any Title II classification.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 12, 20154

AT&T joins Verizon in claiming Title II status when it helps them financially

AT&T is essentially admitting that they will use their Title II status to simply dodge charges of throttling customer data.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 11, 20159

Republicans will try to defund the FCC if net neutrality moves forward

The FCC is vastly under-staffed and over-worked due to multiple acquisitions being put on its table.
by William Neilson JrJanuary 5, 201538
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