Tag Archive: Passes


California Senate passes a vote to bring net neutrality laws to the state

There’s even a rule that’s stricter than what the FCC previously had in place.

Although the FCC’s repeal of Net Neutrality is set to go into effect on June 11, that hasn’t stopped other government officials from doing what they can to ensure the internet remains free and open for everyone.

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Most recently, the California Senate passed a bill that would bring back Net Neutrality laws across the entire state. The bill  [Read More…]

LG’s next smartwatch passes through the FCC

In what may come as a surprise, a new LG smartwatch has passed through the FCC the day before Google I/O 2018. The company has been rumored to be working on a new smartwatch, and this may be our first good look.

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OnePlus 6 passes through TENAA ahead of official launch

We already know that the OnePlus 6 will be unveiled on May 16th at an event in London. However, the device had not yet been certified by either the FCC or China’s TENAA certifications. OnePlus 6 on TENAA That has changed, as the handset has passed through TENAA, revealing some specs. Unlike other TENAA listings, […]

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Google Pay now supports transit passes and tickets

Starting first with the Las Vegas Monorail.

When Android Pay was re-branded as Google Pay, it didn’t come with any new features. The app was given an updated look with a slightly tweaked UI, but that was about it. However, today Google’s taking advantage of the new name by adding support for transit passes and tickets.

Starting first with the Las Vegas Monorail, you’ll be able to add tickets right to the Google Pay app on your  [Read More…]

Google Clips likely launching soon as it passes through FCC

Google hasn’t forgotten about Clips just yet.

Alongside big announcements like the Pixel 2 and Pixelbook at Google’s October hardware event, we also got our very first look at Google Clips – a new camera from Google that uses AI to automatically capture moments for you. We haven’t heard any follow-up news regarding Clips after its initial announcement, but it looks like it may be launching any time now.

Variety recently spotted that Google filed for a  [Read More…]

Nokia 9 passes through the FCC with questionable specs

The Nokia 9 is shaping up to be a very modest improvement over the Nokia 8.

The Nokia 8 was Nokia’s flagship phone for 2017, and while it’s a commendable device, there are certain areas where we’d like to see improvements on for its successor. The Nokia 9 recently passed through the FCC with many of its specifications on full display, and it’s, unfortunately, a mixed bag of old and new.

Starting off with the improvements, the  [Read More…]

Moto X4 passes through the FCC

The Motorola Moto X4 has passed through the FCC for certification.

The release of the Motorola Moto X4 is getting closer and closer, as the device has passed through the FCC for certification and compliance testing. Phones typically pass through the FCC a month or two before hitting store shelves, which lines up with rumors than the device will launch in the fourth quarter of this year.

9to5Google reports the specifications that are confirmed in the FCC  [Read More…]

Pixel 2 passes through the FCC, HTC confirmed as manufacturer

The smaller 2017 Pixel has made its way to the FCC, confirming some of the rumors surrounding the device.

Phones that are being sold in the U.S. need to be certified by the Federal Communication Commission in order to ensure they meet the necessary legal requirements such as being able to accept interference from other devices. As we get closer to the release of the next Pixel smartphones, the smaller of the two devices has made its way to  [Read More…]

Note 7: Return rate passes 81% in Australia, as Chinese TV criticizes Samsung

A mixed picture as Samsung looks to restart sales in some parts of the world.

As we approach a full month since the Galaxy Note 7’s battery issues first came to light, there are signs of the recall program approaching its conclusion in some countries. Samsung Australia has issued a statement saying 81% of old Note 7s sold in the country. The news comes just over a week since the official Note 7 recall kicked off  [Read More…]