The FCC’s Open Internet Order requires operators to give consumers “reasonable notice” before taking action against websites, mobile apps and other online content that violates net neutrality rules.
Those actions include throttling data, blocking sites that are slow, and making a special channel unavailable to some users.
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Tags wireless router,router login,samsung,sprint,satellite source TechRepublic title Samsung launches Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones, but the internet is still a mess article Samsung has announced new smartphones, and those aren’t exactly in the same league as its Galaxy S5.
The S7, which will hit shelves on May 18, will have a 3.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 16GB of storage and a 12MP camera with LED flash.
But there’s a problem.
There are no LTE-A or 4G-capable models available.
The phone also will have no wireless charging, and there’s no 4K video support.
The S7 will have LTE, but it’s not yet officially announced, and LTE bands in the US aren’t officially available.
And even though the S7 is an LTE phone, it’s still not compatible with 4G, which is a huge upgrade from the S5’s dual-band wireless capability.