Samsung Galaxy A8s is certified by FCC, screenshot reveals the camera position

amsung Galaxy A8s is expected to be the first phone by the Korean manufacturer with an Infinity-O display that has a cutout in the upper left corner for the selfie camera. After plenty of speculations, leaks and fan renders, the device was certified officially by the FCC under the name SM-G8870. The listing included a […]

Essential PH-1 makes it through the FCC, might be water resistant

We haven’t heard anything from Essential since the company announced the PH-1 and then took pre-sale reservations. Andy Rubin has previously said that it was not going to ask for reservations if the phone wasn’t going to be available soon thereafter. Well it looks like Essential is right on track because today, the company’s PH-1 […]

U.S. Internet Connection Speeds Triple but Still Lag Behind, FCC Says

Time and again, American enterprises have blamed slow Internet speeds for hurting their business. Luckily, the situation seems to be improving now — even though the United States has a lot of catching up to do. According to the FCC’s 2015 Measuring Fixed Broadband America report, Internet speeds have tripled between March 2011 and September 2014, […]

U.S. Internet Connection Speeds Triple but Still Lag Behind, FCC Says

Time and again, American enterprises have blamed slow Internet speeds for hurting their business. Luckily, the situation seems to be improving now — even though the United States has a lot of catching up to do. According to the FCC’s 2015 Measuring Fixed Broadband America report, Internet speeds have tripled between March 2011 and September 2014, […]

US FCC Not to Investigate Netflix Throttling of Some Mobile Consumers

Video provider Netflix did not violate any US regulations when it “throttled” the picture quality for AT&T and Verizon wireless customers and the FCC has no plans to investigate, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler said on Thursday. Wheeler said Netflix’s conduct was “outside” the FCC’s net neutrality rules adopted last year, because the FCC is not […]

US FCC Advances Privacy Proposal for Internet Users

The US Federal Communications Commission on Thursday advanced a proposal to ensure the privacy of broadband Internet users by barring providers from collecting user data without consent. The proposed regulation from FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler won initial approval with a 3-2 vote to require broadband providers to obtain consumer consent, disclose data collection, protect personal […]

Verizon to Pay $1.35 Million in ‘Supercookie’ Settlement With US FCC

Verizon will pay a $1.35 million (roughly Rs. 9.09 crores)  fine over its “supercookie” that the government said followed phone customers on the Internet without their permission. Verizon will also have to get an explicit “yes” from customers for some kinds of tracking. The supercookies landed their name because they were hard, or near-impossible, to […]