The FCC is on a crusade against carriers who did not act accordingly during 911 outages, and Sprint is the latest victim of the agency's wrath as it was hit with a $1.2 million fine for mishandling a 911 outage in 2014.
The FCC stepped in to lend a helping hand after Sprint issued a complaint to the federal agency, saying someone was interfering with its network in New York City. After looking into the matter, Jian Chang finds himself between a rock and a…
FCC listings published in recent days suggest Apple could be about to launch a refreshed Magic Mouse and wireless keyboard. The updated devices look set to include non-removable batteries and support Bluetooth LE 4.2.
AT&T says that it shouldn't have to pay the FCC's fine for throttling unlimited customers. It argues the commission lacks the authority to impose it, and that the record-breaking fine is arbitrary and capricious.
In a move that will let AT&T breathe a little easier at night, the FCC gave its approval for the telecom company's merger with DirecTV. However, the FCC gave its approval with certain conditions that AT&T-DirecTV must adhere to.
The Federal Communications Commission has fined T-Mobile $17.5 million for its role in two 911 outages that occurred in August of last year. It's part of an effort by the agency to crack down on phone providers that fail to prevent 911…
Recent FCC filings show three new Motorola phones headed to market, the flagship "Kinzie," a potential new Droid, and the third-generation Moto G. Intriguingly, "Kinzie" contains support for all domestic LTE bands.
In contrast to the opinions of Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Berners-Lee, and its own policies that attempt to extend access to the Internet, the Federal Communications Commission announced on Wednesday that the Internet is not a human right.