FCC Approves 36 New Connected Care Pilot Projects From Harlem To Hollywood

Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a Report and Order offering further guidance on the administration of its $100 million Connected Care Pilot Program. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: FCC Votes To Open 6 GHz Wi-Fi Spectrum For Consumer Use

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted unanimously on Thursday to provide consumers with unlicensed use of 6GHz Wi-Fi spectrum. Continue Reading →

The Merger Between Sprint And T-Mobile Is Finally Approved To Create Sprint-Mobile Is Here

With a number of T-Mobile and Sprint stores in Harlem were interested to hear the okay from the federal judge has given them a long-awaited blessing that will allow the merger of the two telecoms. Continue Reading →

FCC May Shut New York Out Of Broadband Funding Under Proposed Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may shut New York state out of a planned $20.4 billion broadband-funding program, and the Empire State’s U.S. senators aren’t happy about it. Continue Reading →


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