The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has announced in a judgement overnight that it has upheld the FCC’s "Open Internet Rules".
Apple, Blackberry, Google, HTC, LG, Microsoft, Motorola and Samsung are under the FCC and FTC’s spotlight as they seek to ‘better understand, and ultimately to improve, the security of mobile devices.’
The FCC says it will ‘preserve the Internet as a platform for innovation, free expression and economic growth’ with new rules and regulation it notes were previously ‘twice struck down by the courts’.
Telstra loves to launch the fastest first, so I wonder if Telstra’s new CEO, Andrew Penn, is interested in 35x LTE spectral efficiency from Artemis Networks?
Google has filed applications with the US Federal Communications Commission to conduct wireless tests in the 'millimetre' wave bands.
Hate buffering? Internet slowdown day is here, Wednesday 10th September 2014 across the USA.
The future direction of the Internet is up in the air after US telecommunications regulators on Thursday formally proposed new “net neutrality” rules that may create fast and slow lanes, allowing Internet service providers to charge companies like Netflix premium access fees.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed new rules on Internet charging which will effectively mean the end of net neutrality.
Fresh from its court victory over the FCC, US carrier Verizon is moving to charge more for certain types of Internet traffic.
As the NBN debate continues to rage on in Australia, a coalition of US tech companies and advocacy groups is calling for the expansion of Wi-Fi, arguing its airwaves are getting too congested.
A successful court appeal by telco Verizon against will limit the US government’s ability to ensure ‘net neutrality’.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced major changes in the country’s mobile spectrum holding policies. They include the rules for introduction of an incentive auction for mobile usage of unused broadcast TV bandwidth, a policy announced earlier in the year,
Belden Infinity® C-TC+ and FCC 'Continuous Flex' cables have been enhanced to provide superior flexing, extended temperature range capabilities and compliance with more industry ratings.
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