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California legislators meet with telecom lobbyists at hush-hush event on eve of 5G bill

Timing is everything.

Last weekend, May 6-7, California Democrat Party Assemblymembers gathered for a lavish telecom industry fund-raising and lobbying event at Pebble Beach — the Speakers Cup. 2,874 more words

ISPs say your Web browsing and app usage history isn’t “sensitive”

(Source: arstechnica.com)

ISPs that want the federal government to eliminate broadband privacy rules say that your Web browsing and app usage data should not be classified as “sensitive” information. 776 more words

Technology

GSMA launches 2017 Mobile World Congress Americas, in Partnership with CTIA

The GSMA today announced the first details of the 2017 GSMA Mobile World Congress Americas, in partnership with CTIA, including confirmed exhibitors, partners, programs and activities taking place at the new mobile industry event. 779 more words

General News

Unlocking Mobile Phones Is Theoretically Easier Than It Used To Be

It happened: you took advantage of holiday season sales to buy yourself a new smartphone. Now it’s time to sell your old one or hand it down to a relative, but they use a different carrier. 602 more words

Retail Services

CTIA 2016: Recap!

We’re back and rested from CTIA 2016 and wow, what a ride!  We were honored and humbled to be the Wireless Repair Expo Premier Sponsor! Though it’s been go-go-go since our plane touched down at O’Hare, we wanted to take a moment to give you a recap the wonderful time we had with many of you in Vegas. 330 more words

Team ReVamp

FCC Chair On 5G Future: "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet."

If you’re the wireless industry, you have to pay attention to the FCC. Everything it does determines everything you can do. So it’s not surprising that at the industry’s big annual event today, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler would take the stage for a keynote. 1,020 more words

Cable, Wireless Industries Try Yet Again To Take Net Neutrality To Court

We have had had net neutrality as the law of the land for over a year now. Lawsuits immediately followed its implementation, of course, but the appeals court… 623 more words