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US might allow in-flight calls, but will the airlines?

Nov 24, 2013

US might allow in-flight calls, but will the airlines?

The US Federal Communications Commission might be ready to permit cellphone calls in flight. But what about the airlines? #United States #ThisisNext #US #Technology #airlines #Mobiles #Cellphone #US Federal Communications Commission #Mobile calls #US Airlines
US regulators weigh permitting cellphone calls on planes

Nov 22, 2013

US regulators weigh permitting cellphone calls on planes

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said in a statement Thursday the commission is proposing greater in-flight access to mobile broadband. #Aviation #mobile phones #Federal Communications Commission #cellphones #Tom Wheeler
Google says Street View data collection was due to one engineer

Apr 30, 2012

Google says Street View data collection was due to one engineer

Google which is facing an inquiry, after it was realised that Google's Street View cars had g athered data sent over unsecured Wi-Fi, has come out with report saying that a rogue engineer was responsible for this. #Google #Technology/Internet #Federal Communications Commission #InsecureNet #Google Street View
Google fined $25000 for stalling data collection investigation

Apr 16, 2012

Google fined $25000 for stalling data collection investigation

Google has been fined $25000 for obstructing an investigation into its "Street View" online mapping service gathering data from private wireless hotspots. #Google #Google Maps #Federal Communications Commission #InsecureNet #Google Street View #wireless hotspots

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Google fined $25000 for stalling data collection investigation

Aug 25, 2014

Planet Labs begins launching second set of satellites

A San Francisco startup that wants to provide daily updated satellite views of the entire planet has begun launching its second batch of satellites. The first pair of Planet Labs’ “Flock 1b” constellation of imaging satellites was released from the I...
Google fined $25000 for stalling data collection investigation

Aug 19, 2014

FCC allowed to question AT&T, Verizon on business broadband pricing

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has the green light to collect new data on the pricing of so-called special access services, the middle-mile network services used to deliver business broadband and mobile service backhaul. The U.S. White Ho... #AT&T Inc. #Federal Communications Commission #Verizon Communications Inc. #Office of Management and Budget
Google fined $25000 for stalling data collection investigation

Aug 22, 2014

Microsoft Miracast dongle spotted at FCC ahead of Lumia event

Google's Chromecast is a hit, and now it appears Microsoft wants to replicate something similar for Windows Phone and probably Windows PCs. Windows Phone Daily and Nokiapoweruser  did some sleuthing at the Federal Communication Commission's website, ... #Federal Communications Commission #Microsoft Corporation #Google Inc.