Google has won approval from U.S. regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli, said the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in an order. It has granted Google a waiver to operate the Soli sensors at higher power levels than currently allowed. The FCC said the sensors can also be operated aboard aircraft. Continue reading “Google gets FCC approval for new radar-based motion sensor”
The US Government to combat unwelcomed phone calls and spam text messages plaguing millions of consumers has proposed few proposals. However, one of its proposals raises for concern as it could enable telecom giants to censor legitimate communications. Continue reading “FCC proposes new plans to combat spam phone calls and text messages”
The Federal Communications Commission announced that USA net neutrality rules will expire on June 11, meaning that new regulations on how consumers can access the internet will take effect will change. The FCC back in December 2017 annulled the open-internet rules set in 2015. Continue reading “FCC announces US net neutrality rules will end on June 11”
The judgment has come; FCC has officially voted against Net neutrality despite the strong opposition from people of the USA, Congress, and others. The agency has officially terminated 2015’s open internet order and net neutrality regulations that were established. Continue reading “FCC officially votes against Net Neutrality, eliminates 2015 Open Internet Order”
Samsung was rumored to be working on the rugged version of Galaxy S8 dubbed as Galaxy S8 Active. Now, the phone has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The Galaxy S8 Active has a model number of SM-G892A. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 Active gets certified by the FCC”
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has proposed to reverse the net neutrality rules that prohibits Internet service providers from blocking or discriminating against web sites and online content. Continue reading “FCC Chairman proposes to reverse net neutrality”
In past several weeks we have seen many leaks about two anticipated HTC-made Nexus devices codenamed Sailfish and Marlin for this year. Now in addition to those, the new leaked images by Android Police in a way confirm the alleged two-tone design, and these devices have also been spotted in FCC listing in the U.S, which makes it official that HTC is making the upcoming two Nexus smartphones for Google this year. Continue reading “HTC-made Nexus 2016 smartphones spotted in FCC, new images confirm two-tone design”
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been certified in the US, at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The regulatory body has certified the SM-N930V, SM-N930A, SM-N930P, SM-N930T, SM-N930R4 and the SM-N930W8.
Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 7 gets certified in the US, iris scanning tech surfaces”
Just last week, OnePlus 3 got certified by China’s TENNA. Now, the upcoming phone from OnePlus has been certified by FCC
Continue reading “OnePlus 3 passes through the FCC”
It seems that NVIDIA is working on a new generation SHIELD tablet to succeed the current one that was introduced back in 2014. The new tablet has just passed through the FCC in USA and we have a few details about the same.
Continue reading “NVIDIA readying next gen SHIELD tablet – Shows up at FCC”
We have already seen a couple of leaks and reports of Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro that has a model number (SM-A9100). Now, the phone has received FCC and TENAA certifications.
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An earlier claim from Eldar Murtazin had stated that the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will have really good battery life. Now, a new filing on the FCC reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge will have a 3600 mAH battery.
Continue reading “FCC listing reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge will have a 3600mAH battery”