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Ajit Pai, the current chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, announced that he'll be stepping down from his role on January 20, the day that the next president of the U.S. is sworn in.
T-Mobile will pay $200 million to resolve the Federal Communications Commission's investigation into Sprint's abuse of the Lifeline program, claiming monthly subsidies for unused services.
The new iPad Air has passed through FCC in the U.S., bringing it closer to launch. While Apple did not announce the availability of the table, rumors suggest that the pre-orders will open tomorrow.
Removing and replacing equipment from Huawei and ZTE in the networks of U.S. carriers could cost approximately $1.837 billion, the Federal Communications Commission revealed today.
Two new Google devices have shown up on the FCC's website, possibly referring to the rumored Android TV-powered streaming device and its remote control. It's still not known about their release.
A new Samsung wearable has been spotted in FCC filings bearing the SM-R220 model number. The diagram in the filing and the model number suggests that it could be a Galaxy Fit successor.
The announcement of Microsoft's upcoming Surface Book 3 detachable PC is imminent, and now, it's one step closer. The device has passed through the FCC, as the Surface Go 2 did earlier.
Huawei and ZTE have asked the FCC not to finalize a decision that would see it designate the Chinese firms as national security risks, which could see carriers stop using their hardware.
The ongoing saga in which the two U.S. carriers attempt to join forces has closed another chapter, with the FCC now approving the deal. There are still some hurdles to go through, however.
During the course of its nearly two-decade history, Sonos has shied away from offering Bluetooth connectivity in its speakers. However, that may soon change according to recently spotted FCC filings.
Official pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 have been leaked accidentally by none other than the FCC itself. The images offer a good look at the upcoming phone, laying to rest countless rumors.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has said he will recommend the approval of the Sprint and T-Mobile merger to his colleagues after the carriers promised to sell off Boost Mobile when the deal is approved.
The U.S. Department of Justice reportedly voiced concerns over the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, saying that the deal may not be approved in its current form. A decision hasn't been made yet.
The US Federal Communications Commission recently opened up experimental spectrum licenses for new services and technologies. This move paves the way for innovation in the wireless technology sector.
Verizon wants to reintroduce its rule which allows it to prevent a user from changing carriers for a stipulated time period, stated as 60 days in the official request made to the FCC.
Elon Musk's SpaceX has filed a new request to the FCC, asking the commission to use some of its internet-providing satellites at less than half of the altitude it had originally requested.
California has reinstated the net-neutrality regulations that were recently scrapped by the Ajit Pai-led FCC. In retaliation to this state-level legislation, the Trump administration is suing.
The rumored Samsung Galaxy Watch is expected to launch along with the Galaxy Note9 during the Galaxy Unpacked 2018 event on August 9. Pre-orders for both devices are supposed to start on August 14.
While we still don't know a whole lot about the device, Samsung's Android Go smartphone could be coming to the United States based on a recent certification by the Federal Communications Commission.
The Federal Communications Commission is considering a change in its operating procedures that would allow the agency to ignore all informal complaints, unless accompanied by a hefty $255 fee.
The Federal Communications Commission abides by its recent decision to limit the $25 broadband subsidy under the Lifeline program to tribal residents in rural areas and to facilities-based providers.
A 33-year-old man from California has been arrested due to intimidating e-mails sent to FCC chairman Ajit Pai which threatened his family's lives following the vote to repeal net neutrality rules.
The United States Senate today voted in favour of overruling an FCC order repealing net neutrality protections in a 52-47 vote. A vote by the House and presidential consent are still needed.
If you yearned for an iPhone X that looked more luxurious, you probably would have purchased the unreleased gold variant of the handset. Now, we can see what it looks like courtesy of an FCC filing.
SpaceX has received the Federal Communications Commission's approval for its plan to provide a high-bandwidth low-latency internet solution to consumers using a network of over 4,000 satellites.
The FCC's decision to kill net neutrality in December has finally appeared in the Federal Register today, meaning that the ruling will go into effect in 60 days, unless Congress does something.
The Nokia 1, which is based on the Android Go platform and priced under $99, has passed certification at the FCC ahead of its official reveal in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress.
Mining cryptocurrencies using ASIC mining hardware could get you into trouble with the law after the FCC found that a specific model was causing interference with mobile broadband networks.
Mozilla has filed a petition with a federal court in Washington, D.C. over a recent decision to overturn the 2015 Open Internet Order. Mozilla is urging people to contact their representatives too.
Stories are appearing all over about the Senate being one vote away from bringing the resolution to overturn the net neutrality repeal to a full membership vote. That is not even half the battle.
Samsung is going to be unveiling its next top-of-the-line smartphones at the Mobile World Congress next month. But newly released FCC filings show two variants of the expected Galaxy S9 and S9+
The FCC's repeal of net neutrality is still more than 60 days away, which has given Senators seeking to overturn the ruling time to gather enough co-sponsors on a bill to force a full Senate vote.
After the controversy surrounding the repeal of net neutrality, the FCC has issued its final order "Restoring Internet Freedom." Along with the order come the official opinions of the commissioners.
The FCC chairman has come under fire for his push to repeal net neutrality. He was supposed to be at CES to talk about agency policymaking, but abruptly canceled less than a week before the event.
Weeks after the controversial ruling that repealed the Title II classification of ISPs as utilities, the final version of the order still has not been submitted and is likely still undergoing changes.
The alleged Nokia 9 passed through the FCC, revealing key specifications of the device, including a 5.5-inch OLED display, a Snapdragon 835 processor, and Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
The loss of net neutrality has Congress scrambling for a bill to take the onus off the FCC and make regulation of ISPs a law. But the first bill introduced does little to offer consumers protection.
We knew there was a problem with bogus comments in favor of net neutrality, but the perpetrators had an odd sense of irony. The ex-president's name was used along with his old White House address.
If you had to work or were busy this morning, you missed a pretty interesting debate on the pros and cons of net neutrality, which ended in a 3-2 vote repealing the Title II provision. Watch it now.