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Displaying items by tag: FCC

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Wednesday, 07 April 2010 00:59

Comcast wins 'Net Neutrality' appeal against FCC

In the past few minutes, the US Federal Appeals Court has ruled against the FCC in the emotion-charged Net Neutrality case against Comcast.

Published in Technology Regulation
Saturday, 03 April 2010 23:45

Pre-release tear-down of the iPad

Thanks to a small mistake by the FCC, a full internal view and complete identification of the circuitry of the iPad was made possible the day before release.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 17 February 2010 09:19

FCC wants 100 Mbps Internet speed by 2020

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it would like to see 100 million U.S. households have 100 Mbps Internet speed by the year 2020.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 02:07

Google Voice comes to iPhone--again

Six months after Apple rejected iPhone apps that enabled the smartphone to access Google Voice, Google has released a browser-based mobile app to get around the rejection.

Published in Mobility
Sunday, 18 October 2009 16:51

NBN: Harvard backs open access model

A fundamental requirement for reducing broadband prices and increasing speeds has been the existence of an open access regime, a Harvard University study conducted on behalf of the US regulator has found.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Twenty members of the U.S. Congress, both Republicans and Democrats, have asked the Federal Communications Commission to look into Google's blockage of Google Voice calls to certain exchanges. The request is in support of a complaint sent to the FCC a couple of weeks ago by AT&T.

Published in Market
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Following a speech by the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission expressing support for a "free and open Internet," wireless carriers are arguing that regulations aren't necessary. The stage is set for a battle over how open mobile broadband should be.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 24 August 2009 19:38

Apple responds to the FCC accusations

In its recent filing with the FCC, Apple claims to have not yet made a decision to reject the Google Voice iPhone app.  This doesn't necessarily accord with the original complaint, nor the responses of the other players.

Published in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!
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Wednesday, 05 August 2009 00:15

FTC applauds Schmidt-Apple split

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission issued a statement approving of Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Apple Computer's decision to part ways, but warned that they're still paying attention.

The Federal Communications Commission will be looking into whether exclusive contracts, such as AT&T's for the iPhone or Sprint for the Pre, stifle competition and harm consumers. 

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US Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin is pushing provisions for a free, nationwide wireless Internet service. The Commission is expected to consider the proposal later this month.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 07:14

FCC frees up white spaces for wireless broadband

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided to open the so called 'white spaces' in the TV spectrum for use by unlicensed devices for the delivery of wireless broadband services. Despite WiMAX and 3.5G services taking off in the US, will a new wave of wireless broadband soon be unleashed?

Published in Government Tech Policy
Tuesday, 19 August 2008 04:01

Google in new 'white space' spectrum push

Google has long been a proponent of opening up the 'white space' spectrum between TV channels for public use in the US. With the FCC preparing to make a ruling, the company is stepping up the PR campaign with the launch of Free The Airwaves.

Published in Government Tech Policy
In a move that will be welcomed by net neutrality advocates, the US Federal Communications Commission has slammed Comcast for selectively blocking its customers' peer-to-peer traffic. The FCC has also ordered Comcast to take a number of measures to rectify the situation.

Published in Core Dump
Monday, 28 July 2008 07:47

Much furore over US Broadband policy

The US Government and US carriers are copping flack over future broadband offerings from all side, yet its FTTH deployment rate is the highest in the world.

Published in Cornered!
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