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FCC delays net neutrality vote, as chairman becomes 'visibly frustrated' after Obama's plea

FCC delays net neutrality vote, as chairman becomes 'visibly frustrated' after Obama's plea

By 12 November 2014

Following President Barack Obama's plea for open internet, the Federal Communications Commission in the US now plans to postpone a vote on net neutrality until next year. According to The Daily Dot, which quoted the FCC's press secretary, there will be... >>

Time Warner and Comcast FCC filing hints at new Apple TV set-top box

Time Warner and Comcast FCC filing hints at new Apple TV set-top box

By 8 April 2014

It's well-known that Apple is probably working with cable providers on new version of its Apple TV, but now there's finally some proof to back up those claims. In a US Federal Communication Commission filing from Comcast and Time Warner, which pleads... >>

FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion

FCC instates clear cellphone unlocking terms in US, after much confusion

By 12 December 2013

US wireless carriers must adhere to a strict cellphone unlocking policy, following a ruling from the Federal Communications Commision on Thursday. All major carriers in the US have signed on to the policy, and the agreement will ensure customers are notified... >>

Forget airplane mode: FCC may allow cell phone use during flights in the US

Forget airplane mode: FCC may allow cell phone use during flights in the US

By 22 November 2013

The Federal Communications Commission is looking into allowing passengers to use their cellphones on aircraft in the US, a change to a longstanding rule that has perhaps brought passengers peace, serenity and a few hours without the phone to their ear.... >>

FCC approves Nokia RM-877 ahead of 11 July event - is it the EOS?

FCC approves Nokia RM-877 ahead of 11 July event - is it the EOS?

By 17 June 2013

A Nokia device with the codename RM-877 has quietly moved through the US Federal Communications Commission, with certain tech specifications that might suggest it is the Nokia EOS. The device, which passed the FCC's approval process and surfaced in documents... >>

US communications chief wants gigabit broadband in every state by 2015

US communications chief wants gigabit broadband in every state by 2015

By 18 January 2013

Julius Genachoski, chairman of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), wants to bring faster internet to the US by challenging all 50 states to have gigabit internet by 2015, following Google's Fiber project in Kansas City. Gigabit internet... >>

Apple Bluetooth trackpad turns up at the FCC

Apple Bluetooth trackpad turns up at the FCC

By 20 July 2010

If it's not employees leaving prototypes in a bar, or factory workers giving unreleased products to Vietnamese bloggers, it's the US government leaking Apple products. Apple's Magic Bluetooth Trackpad thingy-me-bob has just got FCC approval in the US,... >>

HTC slider appears in FCC filing

HTC slider appears in FCC filing

By 29 April 2010

An FCC filing has just exposed a new HTC phone that hasn't previously been seen. It's called the HTC PC70110, but could this be the Wildfire that fans of HTC on Facebook were recently polled about? The device features a touchscreen, along with a full... >>

Project Pink phone, aka Turtle, seen at the FCC

Project Pink phone, aka Turtle, seen at the FCC

By 13 February 2010

Microsoft has always denied it is building it's own phone instead preferring to allow handset manufacturers like HTC do the building for them while they concentrate on the software. While that isn't likely to change, Neowin.net has dug up pictures of... >>

Google: Apple lied to FCC over Google Voice App

Google: Apple lied to FCC over Google Voice App

By 18 September 2009

Google has accused Apple of lying to the US government over the Google Voice application being rejected for inclusion in Apple's App store. The claims come as Google backtracks on its FCC filing over the incident asking for previously redacted content... >>


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