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FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr

FCC bans select Chinese cameras and telecom equipment in the United States

November 25th, 2022

The Federal Communications Commission in the United States has just banned a number of cameras and telecom technology from Chinese manufacturers. The ban specifically affects hardware from Huawei, ZTE, Hikvision, Hytera, and Dahua. While previous moves by the government prevented companies in the United States from exporting technology to those companies, much of the products …

DJI drone

FCC commissioner calls for government ban on DJI drones

October 19th, 2021

Comparing DJI drone technology to “Huawei on wings,” the senior Republican member on the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday called for the government to cease purchases of DJI products. Specifically, the FCC’s Brendan Carr is recommending that products from DJI — the largest maker of drones in the world — be put on a blacklist, …

Google Wireless Streaming

What could this mysterious streaming device from Google be?

March 29th, 2021

Google manufactures various smart home devices under the Nest brand that plenty of users are already familiar with. There’s the Nest smart speaker series, including the models that feature displays; the Nest WiFi routers; the Nest indoor and outdoor cameras; the Nest smart thermostats; the Nest alarm; and the various Nest sensors. But Google might …

future circular collider

CERN wants to build a massive super-collider, but there’s a problem

June 22nd, 2020

CERN wants to build a new particle accelerator that is four times larger than the already massive Large Hadron Collider.  The project, called the Future Circular Collider, will cost in the neighborhood of $23 billion. The collider will be built in two phases, with the second not being completed until nearly 2100. When CERN, the …

6GHz WiFi

Everyone’s Wi-Fi is about to dramatically improve

April 23rd, 2020

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, as millions of people around the country are now staying home and doing their jobs remotely in addition to consuming more news and entertainment from home, a solid, reliable internet connection has been regarded as more paramount than ever. The FCC has voted on new rules that will support faster, more …