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Sprint gives LightSquared six more weeks to gain FCC approval

January 31st, 2012

Sprint has granted LightSquared six more weeks to gain approval from the Federal Communications Commission to launch its network. This is the second time the carrier has extended it deadline for LightSquared to prove to the FCC that its network does not interfere with GPS systems. There has been quite a battle going on between …

Sprint gives LightSquared 30 extra days to gain FCC clearance

January 3rd, 2012

Sprint recently told LightSquared that it has an additional 30 days to gain approval from the Federal Communications Commission to launch its 4G LTE network. Sprint said in March that it would deploy part of its planned 4G LTE network using LightSquared’s 1600MHz frequency spectrum, but LightSquared has yet to prove to the FCC that …

Google enables extension and bookmark syncing for Chrome on Windows

January 25th, 2010

Today, Google released an updated version of its Chrome web browser for the Windows platform, adding a highly requested feature: extension and bookmark syncing. Linux fans, although currently able to install extensions, won’t have access to bookmark and extension syncing just yet. As for Mac users, Google had this to say, “hang tight — we’re …

Amazon gets attacked by Pirates of the online variety

December 7th, 2008

News is spreading like wildfire about a new Firefox extension that makes pirating media listed on Amazon easier than ever. The extension, Pirates of the Amazon, detects what you are viewing on Amazon and provides a link to a “free” copy courtesy of Pirate Bay. The plugin embeds a button right into the web page …