Why President Obama Appointed Tom Wheeler As New Chairman Of The FCC
President Obama sticks with an in-house choice for new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission: Longtime telecommunications icon Tom Wheeler now awaits Senate approval.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 Hits FCC With AT&T Support
AT&T might be getting a very big smartphone, literally.
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 Spotted At FCC, To Debut In Late May
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 has been approved by FCC and speculation suggests that the Verizon version of the handset will released on May 23.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Gains FCC Approval For MetroPCS and Sprint Versions
The Sprint and MetroPCS versions of the Samsung Galaxy S4 show slight differences in connectivity
T-Mobile's Nokia Lumia 521 Gets FCC Approval
T-Mobile may soon launch Nokia Lumia 521, as FCC approves the handset.
Airplane Mode: FAA Closer To Allowing iPad, Kindle, Electronic Use During Landing and Takeoff
Changes could come as soon as later this year, affecting devices such as iPads and tablets but cellphones still need to be turned off.
FCC Chair Genachowski Resigns: Praise And Criticism From Telecom Industry
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski formally announced his resignation Friday morning, prompting mixed reviews of his four-year stint as telecommunication's primary regulator.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS Merger Approved By FCC
Deutsche Telekom's proposed merger between T-Mobile and MetroPCS has cleared one of its last regulatory hurdles.
Google Street View Lawsuit: $7 Million Settlement Headed To States Over Privacy Breach
The investigations into Google Street View alleged company gathered personal information.
Cablevision $1 Billion Viacom Penalty: Corporations Fight, Customers Lose
Cablevision blames Viacom for loss of customers, claims it was bullied into carrying unpopular TV channels
FCC Doc Leak Reveals Specifications for Nokia Lumia 720
The Lumia 720 tried to slip under the radar at the FCC using a code name