Remember earlier this year when reports suggested that new Google Glass hardware, dubbed Enterprise Edition, was in the works? Well, Google still hasn’t announced any new Glass, but that didn’t stop the FCC from going ahead and posting images of the unannounced hardware.
In T-Mobile’s quest to change what mobile service providers look like, the company has raised a few eyebrows with the introduction of Music Freedom and its new Binge On feature. If you have T-Mobile service, streaming music and video from specific services does not count against your data allotment, allowing you to ... Read More »
AT&T recently petitioned the FCC to approve a WiFi calling service with the carrier, a service both T-Mobile and Sprint both offer, and the FCC was quick to approve it. It seems Verizon is hoping for the same outcome, as it has petitioned the FCC ... Read More »
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There’s an unannounced OnePlus-branded handset out there in the world, if the FCC is to be believed. The new device was revealed by the commission in a single photo, with very few details to go along with it.
As noted by PhoneScoop, the device differs quite a bit from previous handsets designed by the company, ... Read More »
There’s a new Google product that went through the FCC, and we don’t know what it is. It isn’t clearly defined as a smartphone or anything at all, but is simply a device that has WiFi and Bluetooth. In fact, it supports both 24.GHz and 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi as well as Bluetooth LE, which ... Read More »
AT&T needs to get its wallet out.
The FCC has revealed that it plans to fine AT&T Mobility to $100 million for “misleading its customers about unlimited mobile data plans.” According to the FCC, AT&T “severely slowed down” the speeds of unlimited data customers and failed to ... Read More »
Ever try to get your phone unlocked through your carrier, only to be met with a litany of questions and rules? If so, we’ve got some exciting news for you.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler today made a major announcement regarding net neutrality, revealing a proposal to reclassify broadband as a utility.
In order to provide phone service in buildings and in heavily trafficked, metropolitan areas, carriers need to provide service on low-band frequency spectrum. And in order for T-Mobile to acquire more low-band spectrum, it is fighting the FCC to change a few things.
In a post on the official T-Mobile newsroom website, Kathleen ... Read More »
One of the best things about the Chromecast is how well it continues to work with little to no fuss since its release. It doesn’t need to be updated in any way. It keeps working with any and all new content you can throw at it. For $35, the Chromecast will theoretically continue to ... Read More »