It Is Confirmed By FCC Documentation That At Least One New Feature For The Google Entry Level Speaker

FCC documentation confirms at least one new feature for Google's entry-level speaker

Last month we told you that Google was renaming its smart speaker and its smart screen line. Google Home devices now use the Google Nest brand, which makes sense since Nest is the name of the company’s intelligent home appliance line. Smart speakers and screens, which are often used to control such devices, fit this … Read more

FCC Will Investigate After Apple iPhone 7 And Other Models Have Launched RF Radiation In Tests

Apple iPhone 7

Investigate will take place after the Chicago Tribune has tested several smartphones to detect radio frequency (RF) radiation. The newspaper has discovered something that could be alarming; The RF radiation emitted by Apple’s iPhone 7 has not only exceeded the legal security limit, but it has also been twice the amount of radiation that Apple’s … Read more

Sprint And Dish Have A Greater Risk Than T-Mobile If The Deal Is Blocked

T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

Both the FCC and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have agreed to allow T-Mobile and Sprint to sign their $26.5 billion merger. And Dish Network is preparing to replace Sprint as the fourth largest network-based network competitor in the country, shaking hands with an agreement to purchase Sprint’s prepaid business (Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and … Read more

DOJ Approves The T-Mobile-Sprint Merger But There Is Still One Thing Unexplained


The $26.5 billion merger of T-Mobile-Sprint is now so close to becoming a reality that investors are throwing money on the shares of both companies. The US Department of Justice (DOJ) approved the deal, which it did not when AT&T agreed to pay $39 billion for T-Mobile in 2011. Even the regulatory agency told the … Read more

Report Says A Major Problem Is Preventing The DOJ From Approving The T-Mobile-Sprint Merger


CNBC’s David Faber followed the intricacies of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, and his latest report suggests that the Justice Department is giving Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile’s parent company, a week to reach an agreement with the agency regulation before taking action to block the $26.5 billion deal. The German telecommunications giant has a problem with the agreement … Read more

U.S. Could Spend Up To $1 Billion To Make US Networks 100% Free From Huawei


The FCC Commissioner, Geoffrey Starks, a Democrat, was confirmed by the Senate in January in that position along with his compatriot Jessica Rosenworcel to form the 2-3 minority in the regulatory agency. In an interview with CNET, Starks says that not only the U.S. should continue to prevent Huawei network equipment from being used to … Read more

T-Mobile Legere Explains Why The U.S. Need Approval For The Merger With Sprint

John Legere

The weekend is coming and we are still waiting for an official announcement on the alleged acquisition of Boost Mobile from Dish Network for over $6 billion. The transaction should help Dish to create a new national competitor that will face Verizon, AT & T and New T-Mobile. Once the agreement is announced, we expect … Read more

FCC Vote Next Month Could Lead To A Faster 5G Version In The States


In order to accelerate the implementation of the 5G service nationally in the U.S., the FCC said yesterday it will vote next month on a plan that would allow the agency to auction off part of the mid-band spectrum. To allow the execution of this auction, the FCC would eliminate the requirement that unused airwaves … Read more

Dish In Talks To Buy Boost, $6 Billion Deal Could Allow T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

T-Mobile and Sprint

This week could be a very important one for the $26.5 billion for the merge of T-Mobile and Sprint. With the approval of FCC under the hood, the Department of Justice will sign off on the transaction later this week. The DOJ has been against the deal from the beginning, fearing that by reducing the … Read more

Nine States And Washington D.C. Are Filing A Lawsuit To Block T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

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It was a step forward, two steps back for the $26.5 billion T-Mobile-Sprint merger. Last month, FCC president Ajit Pai recommended approving the agreement, but the Justice Department has not yet made a decision. Among the rumors that the Justice Department wants T-Mobile and Sprint to help establish a new competitor in exchange for its … Read more

FCC Certifies A New Mid-Range Entry-Level Samsung Phone

samsung recieves FCC certification

While Samsung has found gold with its mid-range Galaxy A line, the company is now adding an increasingly lower priced version of the series. The FCC has certified a device called Samsung Galaxy A10e. The only information found in the FCC documentation is the electronic tag that reveals the model number of the phone (SM-A102U) … Read more

Reportedly Amazon Is Interested In Buying Boost Mobile


T-Mobile and Sprint said a few days back that the combined company would sell Sprint’s pre-paid Boost Mobile unit as part of some conditions they agreed on in order to appease regulators. Well, the promising thing here is that it worked on the FCC and its Chairman Ajit Pai, but ultimately it failed to excite … Read more

The president of the FCC Pai recommends the approval of the T-Mobile-Sprint merger


Earlier today, we informed you about the concessions that T-Mobile and Sprint have agreed, hoping to get the necessary approval from the FCC and the Justice Department for their $26.5 billion mergers. T-Mobile and Sprint will complete their 5G launch in three years, freezing prices at current levels during that period and selling Boost Mobile. … Read more

Justice Department is ready to stop the celebration at the T-Mobile and Sprint headquarters

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As we told you that the FCC President Ajit Pai recommended his fellow Commissioners to approve the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. With another Commissioner who said he would vote to allow the deal, the chances of closing the merger were never better. Then came the Justice Department. Bloomberg reports that a person familiar with the Justice Department … Read more