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March 31, 2015 6:18 AM Carrier coverage claims: What does covering “X-percentage” of Americans really mean?

When it comes to wireless service, there is a difference between coverage, and well, coverage. If there is any perceived weak point in the US wireless infrastructure, it could be argued that it is actual physical coverage, the ability to pick-up a carrier signal anywhere, anytime. The United States is a large country, and believe it or not, the vast majority 12

March 31, 2015 3:53 AM New high-end HTC One M9 phone doesn’t offer a whole lot of new (+video)

HTC's newest smart phone, the One M9, has a new name but a lot of old features.  As the smart phone race rages on, you’d expect runner-up mobile companies to impress us with new features and design to tempt us away from Apple and Samsung. But strangely enough, reviewers say HTC did little to its newest smart phone, the One M9. That doesn’t mean the M9 isn’t 7

March 31, 2015 12:00 AM T-Mobile's new coverage map is based on customers' real life experiences

T-Mobile introduced a new coverage map today that is based on "real-time customer experience." The carrier says that the map is comprised of more than 200 million data points reported by T-Mobile customers. This data replaces the previous estimates that the mobile operator employed in producing its coverage map. The map reveals exactly where T-Mobile 7

March 30, 2015 9:41 PM Exclusive: Pentagon chief sends military wish lists to Congress with reservations

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Monday sent the military's annual "wish lists" to U.S. lawmakers, including 12 Boeing Co F/A-18 fighter jets and 14 Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter jets, but said he would not back any of the requests unless Congress passed a larger overall defense budget. "Any extra program inserted into our budget 6

March 30, 2015 8:56 PM China, Japan, South Korea halt Thai air route expansion on safety concerns

BANGKOK (Reuters) - China has joined South Korea and Japan in stopping Thailand-based airlines from flying charters and new routes because of safety concerns highlighted by an international audit, Thai officials said on Monday. The move will come as a blow to Thai air carriers that have just begun to recover after a poor 2014 when political protests 19

March 30, 2015 5:22 PM HTC One M9: A strong phone leaves you wanting more

NEW YORK — It's a compliment to HTC's standing as a producer of handsomely designed – if not always top-selling – smartphones that I was somehow expecting more out of the HTC One M9 that will be widely available April 10. For sure, the Taiwanese phone maker's latest Android flagship is a solid 5.5-ounce all-around handset, one crafted with a dual-tone 11

March 30, 2015 4:26 PM One email from oblivion: Hillary’s big bet on secret server

Meet Tonette Walker - The Hill: “A Scott Walker presidential campaign may end up being one of the easier things Tonette Walker has had to endure. The Wisconsin first lady has experienced poverty, becoming a young widow and losing other close family members, the lonely period of cynicism and despair that followed, a whirlwind romance to the much younger 11

March 30, 2015 4:08 PM Verizon tells Congress to rein in FCC’s power over Internet providers

Net neutrality order and Communications Act both need a rewrite, Verizon says. Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has told Congress that it needs to "retake responsibility for policymaking in the Internet ecosystem" because the Federal Communications Commission's regulatory decisions have reached "absurd new levels." "[T]he existing legal regime and its accompanying 14

March 30, 2015 3:09 PM Net Neutrality Rules Will Survive, FCC Chairman Says

At the end of a speech given Friday, March 27, at Ohio State University's Moritz College of Law, Wheeler told the crowd the FCC’s new rules would be upheld by the courts. Wheeler recalled that the DC Circuit sent the previous Open Internet Order back to them and told them they were trying to impose common carrier-like regulation without stepping up and saying 15

March 30, 2015 1:52 PM Come Get Some! FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Says Net Neutrality Rules Will Smack Down Any Court Challenge

, as laid out by reclassifying the Internet as a utility, will stand up to legal challenges. He's not denying that there will be legal challenges -- opponents have made clear that litigation is coming. However, he's confident the new rules will survive. "One final prediction: the FCC’s new rules will be upheld by the courts," Wheeler said. "The DC Circuit 2