November 30, 2005
The FCC yesterday came out endorsing “Ala carte” programming from cable and satellite providers — as a way to give parents more control over the type of programming coming into their house.
April 3, 2005
Apparently the FCC isn’t going to allow states to force telcos to provide unbundled DSL—which means that they can continue along their merry way, forcing customers to buy voice services (and I suppose whatever else they want to require) in order to get DSL.
August 1, 2004
Apparently if Toshiba is leaving the Pocket PC market (or the market in the US, depending on which story you’re listening to), they’re taking the overland route… This link to the FCC’s web site appears to show the FCC approval label for a Bluetooth & Wi-Fi equipped Toshiba e830.
Current rumours have it using a 520 MHz processor, 128 meg of memory, with a 4” VGA screen, and both CF and SD slots.
June 11, 2003
Ah, that wacky Minister of Information… No, not Comical Ali this time—we’re talking the FCC:
(link goes to Flash animation)
Like most of Mark Fiore’s stuff, wildly funny and just a little too close to reality to be comfortable.
Check out the archive and be sure not to miss the “Total Information Awareness” piece from last week.