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T-Mobile, AT&T are probed by the FCC over data cap exemptions
The FCC is looking to slap the wrists of T-Mobile, AT&T, and Comcast, according to a recent report.
| December 18
Could Wi-Fi Calling on the iPhone 6 come to Verizon soon?
With its recent request for an FCC waiver, the carrier could soon be turning on this service for its customers
| October 26
AT&T will receive $100 million fine from FCC over throttling
The carrier’s practice of slowing down data speeds of unlimited customers was widely scorned by consumers.
| June 17
Net neutrality rules are here, despite carrier's objections
So far, it's a loss for broadband providers as a U.S. court refuses to suspend net neutrality rules.
| June 12
The public can finally read the FCC's new net neutrality rules
You can now read the net neutrality ruling.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| March 12
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says the net neutrality decision is a ‘victory for the people’
Woz attended the FCC vote today in Washington, D.C.
| February 26
Apple iBeacon device detailed in user manual published by FCC
More details about Apple's hardware product dedicated to its iBeacon location-sensing technology have just been uncovered.
| January 3
Apple's dedicated iBeacon hardware product shown in FCC certification application
Apple is apparently working on a new hardware product dedicated to its iBeacon location-sensing technology.
| July 13
FCC Releases New Speed Test App To Measure Mobile Broadband Performance In US
The FCC has just released a new app as part of its ongoing project to accurately measure mobile broadband performance in the U.S.
| February 26
Sprint Is Having Second Thoughts About A Potential T-Mobile Acquisition
Both the FCC and Justice Department have offered vocal opposition to any deal.
| February 10
The Four Largest US Carriers Agree To Standards For Unlocking Devices
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile all offer Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
| December 12
AT&T To Activate Database Of Stolen Handsets Tuesday
AT&T is planning on launching a new stolen handset database, on Tuesday, that will prevent the devices from connecting to its network.
| July 6
Wireless Carriers, FCC Band Together To Create Central Database Of Stolen Handsets
A new agreement between the four major wireless carriers and the U.S. government will hopefully make a stolen iPhone less valuable to criminals.
| April 10