Nokia phones caught mysteriously sending data to Chinese servers.

Nokia fans waited for years for the first Nokia-Android handsets to arrive, and it finally happened two years ago, when HMD Global unveiled its first Nokia 6 handset, after acquiring the right to use the brand. Since then, HMD unveiled a variety of Nokia handsets, culminating with the Nokia 9 PureView a few weeks ago.…

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A Fresh Look at the 5.9 GHz Band

It’s time for the FCC to take a fresh look at the 5.9 GHz band.  After two decades and millions of dollars in wasted government subsidies, the Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) experiment in the 5.9 GHz band has clearly failed.  The growth of Wi-Fi over the last two decades and the potential of this spectrum…

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Enough is Enough: Techlatino and NHLA Letter to Dish TV CEO Charlie Ergen

  Mr. Charlie Ergen Chairman DISH Network 9601 South Meridian Boulevard Englewood, CO 80112 Dear Mr. Ergen, On August 9th, we wrote a letter to DISH Network requesting a meeting to discuss DISH’s commitment and involvement in the U.S. Latino community.  The letter was a follow up to email, letter, and social media exchanges DISH…

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“Free Our Airwaves” by Jose Marquez, CEO @techLatino.

TechLatino strives to empower the Latino community. Because Latinos are among the highest consumers of mobile technology, we have devoted significant attention to next-generation wireless initiatives. The ultimate goal is fifth-generation (“5G”) connectivity. Much of our recent focus has been on infrastructure.  However, wireless connectivity cannot function without another core ingredient: spectrum.  What is spectrum?…

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TechLatino's Statement on DISH Stops Carrying Univision at this Important Time.

Over the weekend, DISH Network stopped carrying Univision’s networks and stations over a contract dispute. This is outrageous, especially as Univision offered a two-week extension so that DISH’s customers could continue receiving popular and important Spanish-language programming, including news about the crisis at the border while the companies continued negotiations. DISH even went as far…

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Oculus TV is now available: VR gets its own streaming-TV hub

Facebook promised to make VR a lot more social back in May when the $199 Oculus Go debuted, announcing a handful of new apps to bring people together while goggled in. Oculus Venues, a live event viewing platform that mixes large crowds of virtual avatars and streaming video, was the first. Oculus TV is the second, and it’s now available…

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