Republican Intros Bill That Would Turn Net Neutrality Into Law

Republican Representative Mike Coffman introduced a bill that would turn the basic principles of net neutrality into law earlier this week, having debuted it in the form of The 21st Century Internet Act. The legislation is based on the 2015 Open Internet order from the Federal Communications Commission under the former Obama administration which is now […]

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Republican Intros Bill That Would Turn Net Neutrality Into Law

Republican Representative Mike Coffman introduced a bill that would turn the basic principles of net neutrality into law earlier this week, having debuted it in the form of The 21st Century Internet Act. The legislation is based on the 2015 Open Internet order from the Federal Communications Commission under the former Obama administration which is now […]

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Google May Switch To Vulkan API For UI Rendering From Android Q

Google may switch to the Vulkan API for user interface rendering starting with the 2019 edition of Android, i.e. Android Q. The possibility that Skia’s Vulkan backend will soon be fully implemented into Android was raised by a comment one of Google’s software engineers made as part of one bug discussion on Chromium Gerrit boards. […]

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Samsung Outs 8GB LPDDR5 RAM Chip, Galaxy S10 Likely To Use It

Samsung Electronics announced the world’s first LPDDR5 DRAM chip earlier this week, having unveiled it in the form of an 8GB module that’s likely to be used by at least some members of the upcoming Galaxy S10 family, according to previous reports. The technology still isn’t being massed-manufactured, with Samsung and its partners so far […]

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SoftBank, Leica Invest $121M In Multi-Lens Mobile Cameras

Japanese technology giant SoftBank and German optics company Leica jointly invested $121 million in Light, a Palo Alto, California-based startup that’s working on revolutionizing portable photography with systems featuring upwards of four lenses. The company that already promised to commercialize its technology using at least five cameras in the smartphone segment by the end of 2018 […]

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Samsung’s Latest PR Stunt Is An S Pen-Inspired Doodle Exhibit

Samsung’s latest PR stunt meant to promote its high-end Android smartphones is a doodle exhibit in Seoul-based Ara Art Center which opened earlier this month. The company partnered with 24-year-old British artist Sam Cox to provide visitors with a unique experience of modern, doodle-styled art that involves some of its latest premium handsets – the Galaxy S9 Plus […]

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C-Spire Says It Already Launched 5G Service In The U.S.

Regional wireless carrier C-Spire claims it already launched 5G service in the United States, having announced it’s now offering a next-generation fixed wireless access solution in select locations across Mississippi earlier this week. While the company is referring to its solution as 5G, it’s not basing it on the 3GPP’s Release 15 or any other […]

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AT&T Names Three More 5G Cities, Takes A Dig At T-Mobile

AT&T named three more cities that will receive 5G connectivity by the end of the year, having announced it’s expanding its next-generation wireless program to Charlotte, Raleigh, and Oklahoma City. The company’s 5G initiative has already been confirmed as encompassing Dallas, Atlanta, and Waco, with AT&T first outlining the details of its plan in February. Half a […]

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ZTE In The Clear: Threatening Measure Removed From Defense Bill

ZTE is seemingly in the clear in regards to the possibility of the Commerce Department’s crippling denial order being reinstated by Capitol Hill shortly after being revoked as stateside lawmakers removed a threatening measure from this year’s iteration of the United States defense bill, Reuters reports, citing a person close to the Congress. The Senate […]

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Fitbit, Sonos Threatened By Tariffs Amid US-China Trade War

Fitbit’s fitness trackers and a number of other gadgets assembled in China and sold in the United States are now being threatened by new tariffs that will possibly be imposed as part of the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing. The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol determined that select products from the San Francisco-based wearable […]

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