Category: fcc

Oculus Go headset pops up at the FCC with two models

Oculus Go headset pops up at the FCC with two models
The Oculus Go headset is edging closer to its promised early 2018 launch, and we're learning more about what that
[Read More]

FCC releases the text of its order to undo net neutrality

FCC releases the text of its order to undo net neutrality
A few weeks after the FCC voted to undo Title II protections for net neutrality, it has released the final
[Read More]

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai cancels appearance at CES

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai cancels appearance at CES
If you were hoping FCC Chairman Ajit Pai would answer for some of his policy decisions with his presence at
[Read More]

FCC extends waiver for video game accessibility for the last time

FCC extends waiver for video game accessibility for the last time
The idea behind 2010's 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) is to make sure that federal accessibility laws
[Read More]

Lenovo’s standalone Daydream VR headset pops up at the FCC

Lenovo's standalone Daydream VR headset pops up at the FCC
HTC may have ditched its Google Daydream headset, but Lenovo still appears to be on track. An FCC filing has
[Read More]

After Math: When you come undone

After Math: When you come undone
Oh hey, what a surprise, the guy who joked just last week about how he was a "puppet FCC Chairman"
[Read More]

YouTube took down FCC’s ‘Harlem Shake’ video for 7 hours

YouTube took down FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video for 7 hours
Remember when "Harlem Shake" musician Baauer said he'd take down FCC chairman Ajit Pai's video marking (and really, trivializing) the
[Read More]

The FCC’s ‘Harlem Shake’ video may violate copyright law

The FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video may violate copyright law
This is a bit ironic. When FCC chairman and former Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai uploaded a video this week detailing
[Read More]

Net neutrality is dead: What happens now?

Net neutrality is dead: What happens now?
The FCC repealed Title II net neutrality regulations this morning, making it legal for internet service providers to fracture the
[Read More]
Loading...