Tag: FCC

Galaxy S7 Edge to be equipped with a 3600mAh battery

Early rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S7, there were no mention about the battery at all. We would always say it's still unknown until...

T-Mobile is throttling, NOT mobile optimizing, EFF reports

While T-Mobile's Binge-On service seems like an attractive offer because of the free video streaming, this Un-Carrier move has raised a number of concerns and...

T-Mobile not downgrading Youtube videos, only mobile optimized

Last week, T-Mobile was accused of downgrading video streaming quality on YouTube. This is said to be some kind of data throttling because quality...

Huawei Mate 8 sighted on FCC, arriving in the US soon

The Huawei Mate 8 was officially launched in China last November 26 after all the leaked images and rumors but it has yet to arrive...

FCC shuts down proposal to stop tech companies from tracking users

In a blow for privacy advocates in the US, the Federal Communications Commission said that they are not looking into forcing website and Internet...

FCC to fine Hilton for obstructing WiFi blocking case

Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. might soon be slapped with a $25,000 fine for blocking a legal probe about the issue of its hotels jamming...

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Pro sighted in FCC, ready for its US debut

Xiaomi may have lost its crown to Huawei last quarter in the Chinese smartphone market but there's no stopping this brand from going global....

Google’s Nexus 5X show up at FCC with support for all major carriers

The magic date is September 29, which is just about 2 days from now (depending on where you are reading this from) – but...

Next LG smartwatch visits the FCC

The LG Watch Urbane is a thing of beauty. It's not the first round smartwatch from LG. There's also the LG G Watch R...

New Motorola phone visits the FCC

Dropping by the FCC recently is something that’s believed to be a new Motorola DROID Turbo phone. This could also be the Verizon DROID...

Smartphone theft down by 32%, CA Kill Switch Law in effect

The FCC has already challenged mobile carriers to turn on "kill switch" by default. We've heard several discussions as well including US Senators backing...

FCC challenges carriers to turn “kill switch” by default

The Federal Communication Commission, through its Mobile Device Theft Prevention Working Group, has come up with recommendations to maximize the on-device theft prevention features...