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Case of Sinclair Broadcasting: The Free Market and Having the Government Give Money to Rich People Are Not the Same Thing

The NYT had a piece discussing Sinclair Broadcasting's plans for expansion and the apparent green light coming from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). As the piece explains, the FCC is now headed by Ajit V. Pai. Mr. Pai apparently met with David D. Show More Summary

A new FCC filing seemingly reveals new information on the next Google Pixel phone, including the manufacturer (GOOG)

A new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filing has seemingly confirmed that HTC is once again Google's chosen manufacturer that will build the next Pixel phone, Android Police first spotted. The documentation reveals that thisShow More Summary

Pixel 2 passes through the FCC, HTC confirmed as manufacturer

The smaller 2017 Pixel has made its way to the FCC, confirming some of the rumors surrounding the device. Phones that are being sold in the U.S. need to be certified by the Federal Communication Commission in order to ensure they meet the necessary legal requirements such as being able to accept interference from other devices. Show More Summary

Congress starts work on net neutrality — but does it understand the issue?

Pushed by its new Republican chairman, Ajit Pai, who seems to have never met a regulation he didn’t want to kill, the Federal Communications Commission has proposed repealing the tough net neutrality rules his predecessor, Democrat Tom Wheeler, adopted in 2015 and replacing them with … well, that...

The FCC is actively working against consumers

The Federal Communications Commission is arguably the federal government's least-loved and geekiest body. 30 seconds of talk about rural broadband deployments and spectrum allocation is enough to send most people running from the room. Show More Summary

More pictures of Apple's custom badge reader for Apple Park pop up in FCC filing

The general appearance for a door access system intended for use in Apple-controlled facilities has been revealed in a filing with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, with the custom badge reader shown to have striking and sleek design befitting the Apple Park corporate campus.

Senate approves two FCC nominees as it reviews Obama rules

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The U.S. Senate on Thursday unanimously confirmed two nominees to serve on the Federal Communications Commission as the Trump administration looks to reverse many Obama-era telecommunications regulations. Brendan Carr, a Republican who is general counsel at the FCC and Jessica Rosenworcel, a...

Senate Approves Trump's FCC Picks

The U.S. Senate today formally approved the nominations of Brendan Carr and Jessica Rosenworcel to the Federal Communications Commission. Carr, a Republican, and Rosenworcel, a Democrat, join existing Commissioners Michael O'Reilly (R) and Mignon Cyburn (D), and Chairman Ajit Pai (R), giving Republicans a 3-2 majority. Show More Summary

Former FCC chairman destroys the anti-net-neutrality argument point by point

The Federal Communications Commission, under the new stewardship of former Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai, is moving at speed to nullify Obama-era net neutrality rules. Those rules, orchestrated by former FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, ensure that...Show More Summary

HTC aiming to update U11 to support Bluetooth 5.0

The HTC U11 is one of the best flagships from this year, and it looks like HTC is aiming to bring another feature to the its device. HTC has submitted necessary documents to the Federal Communications Commission in the United States to say that they plan on updating the U11 to support Bluetooth 5.0. According to [...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 receives FCC certification

The Galaxy Note 8 has just received certification from the Federal Communications Commission as Samsung gears up for its unveiling on August 23.

News: FCC grants license to Apple for 5G wireless testing

3 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Apple has been granted a license by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to begin testing 5G wireless networking technology, according to a new report by DSLReports. Apple filed an application with the FCC back in May for an experimental license, looking to set up two fixed locations in Cupertino and Milpitas, California. Show More Summary

Apple wins permission to start testing 5G for future iPhones & other devices

Apple has secured a U.S. Federal Communications Commission license to test 5G cellular, setting the stage for the technology arriving in future iPhones and iPads, and likely other products as well.

Trump’s FCC Chairman Is Misleading Congress About Net Neutrality

If Trump’s Federal Communication Commission has its way, the internet of the future is probably going to look a lot like the internet of today—and that’s a bad thing. New websites and innovative startups will have a hard time finding...Show More Summary

Bozell & Graham Column: Government Broadcasters v. the FCC?

The Hollywood Reporter unveils that PBS and its public-broadcasting brethren have written the Federal Communications Commission with a list of complaints. The headline: “PBS Wants the Government to Reexamine Hard Stance on Indecency.” That’s...Show More Summary

FCC Can't Prove Claim of Cyberattack

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says it cannot provide more information proving that it was the victim of a cyberattack in May. The agency's Electronic Comment Filing System went down shortly after comedian John Oliver told viewers to file comments in favor of net neutrality in a segment on his HBO show Last Week Tonight. Show More Summary

FCC Now Says There Is No Documented 'Analysis' Of The Cyberattack It Claims Crippled Its Website In May

The US Federal Communications Commission intends to keep secret more than 200 pages of documents related to an alleged cyberattack that the agency says impaired its systems two months ago. The agency claims that it was bombarded in early...Show More Summary

Senators Praise FCC Nominees Amid Split on Internet Policy

Senators applauded the qualifications of three nominees to the Federal Communications Commission at a hearing on Wednesday, but remained sharply divided on the policies they will try to enact once confirmed.

Leggo Our Spectrum – The Auto Industry’s Win for Vehicular Radar

FCC Order Represents One More Step Towards Fully-Autonomous Vehicles I’ve written on connected and autonomous vehicles in the past, including about an ongoing spectrum fight at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding use...Show More Summary

FCC chairman Ajit Pai doesn't want you to know about net neutrality violations by telecoms

Campaign Action The Federal Communications Commission has refused a request to extend the deadline for filing public comments on its plan to overturn net neutrality rules, and on top of that, are refusing to release 40,000 complaints they've received about violations of net neutrality from citizens. Show More Summary

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