Whereas Sprint and T-Mobile haven’t done anything but profit off of excluding them.
While AT&T was adapting existing tech to support deaf users for Wi-Fi calls, T-Mobile and Sprint were busy marketing Wi-Fi calling to the less hard of hearing.
The agency is targeting abusive phone company practices.
After the recent shooting of two journalists in Virginia, stations are no longer required to allow public access to the premises.
“A shocking display of regulatory overreach,” the candidate says.
No more Mr. Nice FCC.
Do no call, ever. Thanks.
50 complaints released by the FCC reveal a lot of frothing about overpaying for slow connections, but not much about actual net neutrality.
Intelsat, one of the largest satellite companies in the world, says SpaceX must make more information public before it tests internet satellites.
Consolidation begets consolidation.