AT&T Wireless Explains Porting Delays
Dec 12, 2003, 11:15 AM by (staff)
AT&T Wireless this week responded to the FCC's recent demand that the company explain number portability delays. The company partly blamed its clearinghouse vendor, Nightfire, citing delays and glitches with Nightfire's system that resulted in a backlog of porting requests. AT&T also pointed the finger at TSI, the vendor used by the other five national carriers, claiming that two TSI software upgrades "shut down critical inter-carrier communications testing" in the final four weeks leading up to number portability becoming available. AT&T also claims that TSI violated a previous agreement by rejecting porting requests made outside certain hours of the day.
Google Flights to Predict Delays
Google today improved its Google Flights tool by adding the ability to predict flight delays. The company is pairing historical flight data with machine learning algorithms to determine delays before the airline itself can.
Google Says 'Project Treble' To End Device Update Woes
Google today announced Project Treble, which it hopes will solve the pain of updating smartphones to the latest version of Android. As it stands today, the process is multifaceted and includes a number of moving players, including Google, silicon makers, manufacturers, and carrier partners.
FCC Looking to Enable Nationwide Number Portability
The FCC wants to make it easier for consumers and businesses to port their number from one carrier to another. People can already bring their number with them when they change carriers, but there are location-based limitations that sometimes prevent porting from one area of the country to another.
FCC, FTC Query Carriers and Phone Makers Over Security
The FCC and FTC today asked carriers and phone manufacturers how they handle security updates for their devices. The FCC sent letters to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and other carriers, while the FTC queried Apple, Blackberry, Google, HTC, LG, Microsoft, Motorola, and Samsung.
AT&T Will Soon Learn Their Lesson
bull s h i t
all the existing customers are moving away from att wireless. soon gonna claim bankruptcy,,
same of crap