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The Galaxy Note 8 is a curious smartphone

by Nirave Gondhia 1 day ago0 comments

Google weighs in on Pixel 2 XL display, says it may add “more color options”

by Scott Adam Gordon 1 day ago0 comments

Where to buy Google Home, Home Mini, and Home Max

by Jimmy Westenberg 1 day ago0 comments

Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro vs the competition

by Mitja Rutnik 2 days ago0 comments
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Verizon and AT&T accused of selling your phone number and location to almost anyone

Verizon and AT&T have programs that provide your phone number and location to third-party companies but don't verify if you opted to share that info.
by Matt Adams4 days ago

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.
by Brian Reigh3 weeks ago

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.
by Brian ReighJuly 12, 2017

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.
by Brian ReighMay 9, 201716
 
 

FCC Chairman wants to end net neutrality, why is it problematic?

Ajit Pai wants to repeal the Obama-era FCC's net neutrality rules, but there is bound to be significant opposition. And for good reason.
by Brian ReighApril 27, 201754

FCC chairman kills plan to allow cell phone calls on US planes

The current chairman of the FCC has killed a proposal made in 2013 that would have allowed people to make cell phone calls on commercial airplanes.
by John CallahamApril 10, 201717

Unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus to work on all US carriers

According to the FCC filings, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will work on all US carriers. Also, new rumors suggest that they will feature facial recognition.
by Mitja RutnikMarch 9, 201721

The BLU Vivo XL2 drops by the FCC, launch imminent

The BLU Vivo XL2 has stopped by the FCC, revealing a design shift away from its predecessor the Vivo XL.
by Kris CarlonDecember 30, 20162

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) gets FCC certification

A new Galaxy-branded smartphone bearing the model number SM-J327P, believed to be the Galaxy J3 (2017), has just been spotted at the FCC.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 25, 201619

Netflix tells FCC that Internet Service Providers cap data unreasonably

Last week Netflix filed with the FCC to let them know that, in their opinion, ISPs are capping data unfairly and for their own gain.
by John DyeSeptember 13, 201637
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