T-Mobile has agreed to pay $40 million after the FCC found that despite promising to end the practice, T-Mobile was still playing fake ringtones on calls to rural areas in an effort to make customers believe that the call had been…
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai canceled a scheduled appearance at CES 2018 one week before CTA president and CEO Gary Shapiro told Digital Trends it may related to threats of violence he has received over net neutrality regulations.
The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to make a final vote on reversing net neutrality rules in December. This move could cause broadband providers to block or throttle content, raising fees.
With the new president came a new FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, and he suggested rolling back net neutrality regulations. Now, the FCC is extending its comment period by two weeks to review all the opposing sides.
The U.S. Senate voted to cancel the FCC's rules preventing ISPs from selling private data to advertisers. It's the first step of several based on the Congressional Review Act giving Congress the right to repeal federal regulations.
Congress is stepping in to address the status of recent FCC rulings regarding how ISPs use customer's data, with Senate Republicans introducing legislation that would do away with the rules altogether.
It looks like Samsung is prepping the release of yet another mid-range smartphone. A refresh of the Galaxy Grand Prime was spotted in an FCC filing, only a few weeks after it was seen in a Geekbench log.
A commissioner from the Federal Communications Commission has asked the agency to investigate the banning of journalists’ Wi-Fi hotspots at Monday’s presidential debate at Hofstra University. Press were required to pay $200 for Wi-Fi…
Radio waves are everywhere, and many serve no real purpose. The FCC is trying to determine exactly how much the level of radio noise has changed over the past two decades since the proliferation of mobile devices.
Potentially moving toward a greater level of broadband regulation, the Federal Communications Commission is considering shifting the classification of broadband from a minimum of 4Mbps up to at least 10Mbps or higher.
Definitely not interested in paying ISP's for preferential treatment, a group of nearly 150 technology companies stood together against the FCC's proposed plan to regulate deals involving paying for speed.
The Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday launched its 'Speed Test' app for iOS in the hope that iDevice owners will help it with an ongoing nationwide study on mobile broadband services provided by the nation's wireless carriers.
Unlocking your phone without carrier permission is currently illegal. But new FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has told the wireless industry that it must change its policies to allow consumers to easily unlock their devices without hassle or long…