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Samsung Galaxy Fold hands-on: Amazing, and equally concerning

David Imel April 17, 2019 273 shares
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Samsung Galaxy Fold issues: What’s happening, what can Samsung do about it?

Scott Adam Gordon April 18, 2019 145 shares
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Oppo Reno hands-on: A shark-fin selfie shooter and 10x hybrid zoom

Lanh Nguyen April 17, 2019 133 shares
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Huawei P30 Pro camera review: Next level optics, low-light king

David Imel April 17, 2019 614 shares
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The US government really doesn’t want China’s largest carrier to come to the US

FCC chairman Ajit Pai believes China Mobile's application raises serious national security and law enforcement risks.
Williams PelegrinApril 17, 2019291 shares
 

Trump and FCC outline aggressive 5G plan, will not nationalize networks

Expanding 5G to rural areas of the country is a high priority within the new plan.
C. Scott BrownApril 12, 2019229 shares
 

FCC offering $67 million to expand rural broadband

Rural carriers have 30 days to decide whether to take the offer or not.
Williams PelegrinFebruary 26, 2019135 shares
 

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
 

Future phones could use Google’s new touch-free motion sensor radar

Imagine using your phone, smartwatch, or other devices without actually touching it.
C. Scott BrownJanuary 2, 2019560 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
 

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.
Williams PelegrinNovember 16, 2018149 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 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.
Williams PelegrinOctober 17, 2018209 shares
 

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.
C. Scott BrownJune 8, 2018233 shares
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