Samsung Is The Only One To Blame For Exploding Note 7 Batteries After Reportedly Testing It In-House

Samsung reportedly tested the batteries for its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in-house at its own CTIA-certified lab.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 17, 2016

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Batteries Tested Internally, 'Working Around The Clock' To Pinpoint Root Of Exploding Issue

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 batteries were tested internally in the South Korean manufacturer's own CTIA-certified labs, and the results didn't reveal any issues in the first and replacement units.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 16, 2016

US Mobile Data Subscribers Consumed Nearly 10 Trillion Megabytes In 2015

Mobile data subscribers used about 10 trillion megabytes in the U.S. in 2015. While mobile data usage has increased in the U.S., texting has witnessed a decline in the country.

Internet May 24, 2016

This Smart Wheelchair Connects To The Internet And Keeps You Safe

Swedish Mobility products company Permobil is developing a smart wheelchair that works with the Internet of Things.

FUTURE TECH September 16, 2015

Americans Consumed 4.1 Trillion Megabytes of Mobile Data In 2014

Americans consumed a massive 4.1 trillion megabytes of data in 2014, according to a report by the CTIA. This represents an increase in data use of 26 percent compared with 2013.

Internet June 17, 2015

New Net Neutrality Rules Take Effect: What You Should Know

The new rules are bound to make no major changes for a short while, but expect a lot of overhauls in the long run.

Internet June 12, 2015

MWC 2015: FCC's Tom Wheeler Defends Net Neutrality In Keynote Speech

Tom Wheeler spoke at Mobile World Congress, defending the FCC's rules to regulate the Internet under Title II. He argued the case in front of a number of mobile executives.

Internet March 4, 2015

FCC green-lights 5G wireless inquiry, connectivity may ignite new mobile tech era

The FCC will be giving companies the green light to begin looking at 5G Internet speeds, which tap extremely high frequencies previously considered not usable for mobile Internet. It's the first step in what could be a whole new wave of mobile tech.

Internet October 17, 2014

Smartphone 'kill switch' coming in 2015: Apple, Samsung, Google, U.S. wireless carriers forge anti-theft agreement

Will the new commitment among industry players in the mobile manufacturing business completely prevent mobile thefts, at least in the U.S.? Or is the 'kill switch' tool far more effective?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 16, 2014

CTIA Know My App website helps you spot data hungry apps

CTIA-The Wireless Association, along with its members, has created the Know My App website which helps users understand how popular apps consume data.

Internet December 28, 2013

CTIA says stolen smartphone database is now complete

CTIA has confirmed the completion of the stolen smartphone database in the U.S.

Business December 1, 2013

Unlock cellphones or face our wrath: FCC tells wireless carriers

FCC has asked CTIA to unlock cellphones. Or they'll do it themselves.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech November 16, 2013

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