IKEA Could Have A New Smart Home Shortcut Button In The Works

Known for their affordable furniture, IKEA has in the recent years start to branch out by creating more relevant and hi-tech offerings. We’ve seen this happen with smart blinds, smart bulbs, Bluetooth speakers, and more. Now it looks like they might have a new smart home shortcut button in development.


Nintendo Could Have A New Switch Lite In The Works With Fixed Controllers

Despite the Nintendo Switch Lite being pretty much brand new, we have started hearing reports that some owners are already experiencing controller drift issues. In case you’re unfamiliar, this is where there are issues with the controller in which the system thinks the controller is moving even if the user is not touching it.


FCC To Investigate Reports That The iPhone Exceeds Radiofrequency Radiation Limits

In the past, there have studies conducted to find if the radiation given off from our phones are dangerous. So far, the general consensus seems to be that they are safe for human use, but according to a report from The Chicago Tribune has suggested that our phones are actually giving off more radiation than is allowed.


FCC Filing Hints At SNES Controller For The Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch has several controllers designed for it. There are the default Joy-Cons that come with pretty much every console, then there is also the Pro controller for gamers who might want better ergonomics. Then there is also support for the GameCube controllers who gamers who think that it is the best way of playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


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New Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 Photos Leaked Thanks To The FCC

So we have heard that Samsung could be working on a new smartwatch in the form of the Galaxy Watch Active 2. Now thanks to photos discovered on the FCC, it seems that we have a better idea of what we might be able to expect from the upcoming smartwatch, like its touch-sensitive bezels.


House Passes New Anti-Robocalling Bill That Give The FCC More Power

No one likes robocalls, but unfortunately, it seems that they are a part of life. However, the good news is that the House of Representatives have recently approved a new bill in which it should help improve anti-robocalling technology and also help to reduce the amount of robocalls that people receive.


Nintendo Switch With Upgraded Hardware Revealed In FCC Filing

Earlier today, the Nintendo Switch Lite was officially announced as the more affordable and more portable version of the Nintendo Switch. However, if you might recall, there were rumors suggesting that there could also be an upgraded version of the Switch in the works as well, and now it looks like there is a chance those rumors could be coming true.


FCC Wants To Ban Caller ID Spoofing For Text Messages

Spoofing phone numbers is a common way for scammers to make you think that someone else is calling you. For example, you could receive a call from a number that claims to be from your bank, when in reality, it isn’t. This is the same that applies to text messages as well, but the good news is that the FCC is finally looking to do something about it.


Mystery MacBook Pro Spotted At The FCC

If you’re in the market for a new MacBook laptop, you might be interested to learn that Apple could have a new 13-inch MacBook Pro in the works. This is thanks to a recent sighting at the FCC in which a mysterious Apple MacBook Pro was spotted. The laptop in question appears to be sporting the model number A2159, which for those unfamiliar, is one of the laptops that was […]


FCC Allows Verizon To Lock Phones For 60 Days After Purchase

Verizon has been granted permission by the Federal Communications Commission to lock newly purchased phones to its network for 60 days. Verizon has said in a statement that it’s going to do just that. Customers who purchase new phones from the country’s largest mobile carrier will not be able to get them unlocked for 60 days.


Carriers Can Now Block Robocalls By Default

A declaratory ruling was circulated by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai last month which, if adopted, would provide carriers with the approval to develop new tools to block unwanted robocalls by default. The proposal was to be considered by the Federal Communications Commission at its June 6th meeting. It voted in its favor unanimously.


Samsung Galaxy Home Mini Revealed In FCC Filing

Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy Home smart speaker. However, it wasn’t too long after the launch that we heard that Samsung could actually have another smart speaker in the works, a smaller version of the Galaxy Home known as the Galaxy Home Mini. Given that Amazon and Google have smaller versions of their speakers, such as the Echo Dot and the Home Mini, this news hardly came as a […]


Major U.S. Carriers Say They Don’t Sell Your Location Data Anymore

The four major carriers in the United States have said that they are no longer selling users’ location data to third-party data aggregators. The carriers had previously promised to halt this practice in June of last year. They have now confirmed that this practice has stopped in a response to FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel’s request regarding an update on the matter.


FCC Looking To Block Robocalls By Default

Robocalls still remain a major problem for cellular users in the United States. Even though the FCC has taken steps to thwart them, the problem continues to exist. The Federal Communications Commission is now proposing a bigger step to properly tackle this problem. It wants to block robocalls by default.