FCC Wants Public Opinion on LightSquared's GPS Claims
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comments on a recent request made by LightSquared. LightSquared wants the FCC to agree that the GPS industry does not deserve to be protected from interference that may be caused by LightSquared's planned Long Term Evolution 4G network. LightSquared maintains that GPS equipment and services have been shoddily engineered and encroach on LightSquared's spectrum (not the other way around). The FCC is taking comments on the matter until February 27.
Google Opinion Rewards Hits iOS
Oct 12, 2017
Google has made Google Opinion Rewards available to iOS users through a new app. As it does on Android handsets, Google Opinion Rewards will send surveys to iOS devices that people can complete for cash rewards.
AT&T Wants LTE-U Opponents to Agree to Play Fair
Nov 12, 2015
Joan Marsh, AT&T's vice president of federal and regulatory affairs, today prosed that the FCC use existing rules to help organizations on opposite sides of the LTE-U debate find some middle ground. LTE-U is the use of LTE services over unlicensed spectrum, or WiFi frequencies.
FCC Pushes Plan that Would Squeeze Out Huawei and ZTE
Apr 17, 2018
The FCC today moved forward with a plan that would make it harder and/or more expensive for U.S. companies to buy equipment from corporations that might pose a security risk.
FCC Chairman Pai Plans to 'Take Proactive Steps' to Protect US Telecom Supply Chain
Mar 23, 2018
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today said will take action to ensure the U.S. telecommunications supply chain is protected from potential threats.
I vote yes....