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As doors close in the US, China's Huawei shifts to Europe

Shenzhen - As trade disputes continue to simmer between China and the U.S., Huawei, the world's third-largest Smartphone vendor is shifting its growth efforts toward Europe and Asian markets.

FCC will upgrade wireless alerts after manhunt for Ahmad Rahami

In the wake of emergency alerts sent out during the manhunt for bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to expand the system to make it more effective.

Obama calls on FCC to enact strict net neutrality rules

Washington - President Barack Obama on Monday voiced his strongest support yet for a free and open Internet, imploring the Federal Communications Commission to adopt strict net neutrality rules.

Op-Ed: Internet Slowdown Day — Protecting Internet equality

More than 60 prominent websites and upwards of a million people will participate in today's Internet Slowdown Day to protest the FCC's rules change what would "slow down" the Internet.

FCC fields 1.2 million comments on Net neutrality

Firms across America, consumer groups and net citizens have submitted 1.2 million comments to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), raising protest and anger on the issue of net neutrality as the first deadline to submit a comment passed on Friday.

Review: A silent takeover of U.S Telecom industry by the Libyan Post?

Cyber security continues to proliferate at a time where new technologies are increasingly more pervasive and protecting data from potential breaches a new uphill battle.

Op-Ed: Obama administration set to invade newsrooms — MSM lies down

Washington - A controversial news story that mainstream media outlets have under-reported could mean the end of the free press in America; networks lie down.

U.S. FCC sets limits on robocalls and automated text messages

Washington - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has just cut the connection for "robocalls." In response to consumer complaints about this practice, the FCC says it decided to take action.

GPS shoes become latest tool to track seniors with Alzheimer's

A newly marketed shoe with a built-in global positioning system has become the latest tool available to quickly track seniors with Alzheimer's disease and dementia sufferers who wander away from their homes and loved ones.

Tea Party anti-abortion ad too graphic for YouTube but not TV

Washington - An anti-abortion ad by Washington, DC tea party candidate Missy Reilly Smith has achieved an unlikely distinction of being banned from YouTube while still being legal and constitutionally protected and will air on local Washington television stations.
 

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