This story is going out at the same time as the alert should be broadcasting for devices connected to a cell tower in the United States.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
Huawei has just passed a new version of the Huawei Watch through the FCC, and we can now hope to see a new wearable from the company soon
The new iPhone Xr is almost ready to launch in the US next month after it received its official certification from the FCC
We also learn that Sprint and T-Mobile are not willing to reliquinsh any of their spectrum or their prepaid carriers to move forward with the merger.
The telecoms regulator has put a pause on the public comment period to review more documents sent in, mostly from T-Mobile.
The labor group claims that many stores will have to close under the combined company and that administrative jobs will be made redundant.
Santa Clara County Fire Department has been fighting with Verizon to remove data speed throttling from its account while it has been fighting the blaze.
We've been waiting for an update to come for the original OTT TV device from Google and it seems that the radios will be getting a big revamp.
RED has sent documents to the FCC to certify that that Hydrogen ONE follows radiofrequency output rules in the United States.
Documentation filed at the FCC shows off the go-to-market name that TCL is planning on using for this lighter version of the KEY2.
The latest Samsung smartwatch is expected to launch in just weeks and we finally know to some extent how it will fit on your wrist.
The FCC will not enforce claims made on informal complaints and will only step in after complainants file a formal complaint.
What is the Pocophone? Well, it's not particularly pequeno in the specs department and it doesn't seem like it'll hit the United States.
The commission has proposed to prevent US networks from buying equipment from Huawei and ZTE by denying them public funds.
Samsung's fast-approaching Galaxy Note 9 is all but guaranteed to come to market with an all-new S Pen capable of some neat Bluetooth tricks.
A low-cost Surface (or at least lower-cost) tablet could be right around the corner after Microsoft apparently put the device through the FCC paces.
The world's largest carrier happens to also be owned by the Chinese government. While there are other intervening factors going on, Trump has a trade pawn.
While the FCC certified the first Note 8 variant in late July last year, the Galaxy Note 9 is already federally approved, in line with early launch rumors.
The two carriers have made their intentions clear to the FCC and have made a detailed case as to why they should merge. The public can comment on the deal.
The pair of carriers that are pulling up the rear of the so-called Big Four are about to make their offer to each other clear to the FCC.
But what does it mean for stateside Nokia phone fans? Will retailers also sell the Nokia 5.1 here? Or do things make less sense than what it looks like?
The FCC Office of Engineering and Technology is looking over documents from LG filed for the W319. It features an FCC ID badge in the software of the device and it very much looks like it’s a Wear OS device.
So, how does the W319 relate to the W315 that was also recently passed into the regulator and how do those relate to the LG Watch Timepiece that’s talked about for imminent release? There’s not much connecting the dots so far — all we can reiterate are spec rumors about the device: a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 with 768MB of RAM and 4GB of memory with [...]