You might have already encountered at least one if you are an owner of a mobile phone. Robocalls used to annoy the heck out of landline phones, but now that we are living in a world wherein people are about be likely to own a cell phone than a landline phone, robocalls are starting to invade our handsets. So how do we deal?
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Just this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted unanimously to go over a system that would basically let phone companies determine if a particular number calling a customer is legitimate or not.
Qualcomm is now requesting the approval of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with regards to an update to the chip maker’s current license so that it can include unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the license’s scope.
According to a report recently published by Recode, the Republican Party, among others, is urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to have robocalls be funneled directly to the user’s voicemail, even stealthily (with the s
Over 300,000 computers in more than a hundred countries around the world have been affected by the WannaCry cyberattack. For those not familiar with WannaCry, it works by exploiting outdated versions of Windows, especially those that never got updated with relatively recently rolled out security patches from Microsoft.
Almost a week ago, Straight Path had announced that it had struck a merger deal with Verizon Wireless that will effectively have the biggest wireless carrier in the United States pay about $3.1 billion (by way of an all stock transaction) in order to acquire Straight Path.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) believes that the problems its official website had experienced late in the weekend and until Monday were caused by Distributed Denial of Service (DDos) attacks, and not because of John Oliver, the comedian who urged the public on his HBO Show “Last Week Tonight” to go to the agency’s website, and then express their sentiments regarding the FCC’s move