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5G will struggle until it’s affordable for all

Eric Zeman 10 hours ago 126 shares

Forget flagships, mid-range phones are making the biggest technological leaps

Robert Triggs January 19, 2020 760 shares

Who is BBK, the world’s second largest phone manufacturer?

Robert Triggs January 19, 2020 1413 shares

Samsung Galaxy S20 specs: All the rumors and leaks so far

Hadlee Simons January 16, 2020 1154 shares
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Verizon politely asking FCC to allow it to lock phones for first 60 days

This is interesting because last year, Verizon vehemently denied it had any intentions of doing this.
C. Scott BrownFebruary 22, 2019341 shares

FCC starting to think carriers might not be telling the truth all the time

The FCC is opening an investigation into whether wireless carriers might have fudged data for their own benefit ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
C. Scott BrownDecember 7, 20183870 shares

FCC ready to ‘take action’ against carriers if spam robocalls aren’t stopped

We are getting billions of robocalls each month, and the FCC is ready to do something about it.
C. Scott BrownNovember 6, 2018262 shares

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai cancels CES 2018 appearance due to death threats

Pai, a major proponent of the controversial net neutrality rules repeal, was set to have a "candid conversation" on stage next Tuesday.
Scott Adam GordonJanuary 4, 2018560 shares

FCC officially repeals net neutrality rules: what now?

Net neutrality is officially dead, but what does that mean for Internet users in the US and beyond? Will it ever come back? Read on to find out.
Brian ReighDecember 17, 2017670 shares

Watch: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai mocks Net Neutrality supporters

On the day the FCC votes to kill Net Neutrality, Commissioner Ajit Pai seems to mock those who disagree with him in a cringy video.
Matt AdamsDecember 14, 20171646 shares

December 14 could be a grim day for Internet users in the US

The Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai will reveal his proposal to end net neutrality tomorrow in preparation for the December 14 vote.
Brian ReighNovember 22, 20171370 shares

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai accused of cherry-picking data to repeal net neutrality

Pai says that the introduction of net neutrality rules in 2015 caused investment from carriers to go down by 9 percent, but his claim is rather misleading.
Brian ReighOctober 3, 2017906 shares

Net neutrality affects all of us: how to support Google and 39 others in day of action

40 tech giants are holding a “day of action” today to fight for net neutrality. Here’s why you should care and what you can do to help.
Brian ReighJuly 12, 2017299 shares

FCC website attacked following John Oliver’s plea to save net neutrality

The FCC says its website saw multiple DDoS attacks following John Oliver’s call for viewers to fight for net neutrality laws.
Brian ReighMay 9, 2017162 shares
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