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by Dhruv Bhutani February 14, 20190 comments
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Opinion: These are my 7 essential smartphone features

by C. Scott Brown February 14, 20190 comments
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Future phones could use Google’s new touch-free motion sensor radar

Imagine using your phone, smartwatch, or other devices without actually touching it.
by C. Scott BrownJanuary 2, 2019

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)_/¯
by C. Scott BrownDecember 7, 2018

The US might finally be doing something about robocalls

U.S. citizens received over 30 billion spam calls in 2017, so it is good to finally see Capitol Hill take robocalls seriously.
by Williams PelegrinNovember 16, 2018

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.
by C. Scott BrownNovember 6, 2018
 
 

FCC disappointed with US carriers’ response to Hurricane Michael

U.S. carriers continue to work towards fully restoring service in response to Hurricane Michael, but the response has been slow, says FCC chairman.
by Williams PelegrinOctober 17, 2018

FCC finally officially bans both ‘slamming’ and ‘cramming’ phone fraud

The illegal practices of "slamming" and "cramming" phone customers are now officially banned under FCC guidelines.
by C. Scott BrownJune 8, 2018

FCC paying billions for 10 Mbps LTE in rural U.S. areas

The FCC is paying the four major U.S. carriers billions of dollars to bring 10/1 Mbps LTE speeds to rural areas which currently get little or no coverage.
by C. Scott BrownFebruary 23, 2018

FCC votes to update the Wireless Emergency Alert system for higher accuracy

The FCC's new rules go into effect November 30, 2019, which is also when wireless carriers must abide by them.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 30, 2018

Google Clips passes by the FCC, inches closer to launch

The FCC filing does not reveal anything we do not know, though it could mean that Google Clips' launch is right around the corner.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 18, 2018

You can partially blame T-Mobile for the FCC’s changes regarding smaller ISPs

The FCC's changes would make it more difficult for smaller internet service providers to compete with the big boys.
by Williams PelegrinJanuary 12, 2018
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