Technically Incorrect: A federal court says that if you butt-dial someone and the person records it, the information can be used against you.
More countries are joining investigations that could force the social network to change its practices and potentially bring a hefty fine along with it, says The Wall Street Journal.
Technically Incorrect: Verizon issues a press release suggesting that the FCC's decision to regulate the Internet as a utility is archaic and sends the world back to the Dark Ages -- of 1934.
The groups, which analyzed the social network's new terms of service and data policy at the request of Belgium's Privacy Commission, say Facebook is placing too great a burden on its users.
The streaming service is one of the first US companies to take advantage of improving relations, but limited broadband access means Cubans won't be bingeing on "House of Cards" just yet.
Huawei has partnered up with South Korean service providers SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus to deliver 5G technology.
Lawmakers in South Korea are siding with using the 700MHz frequency for nationwide Ultra HD broadcasts, instead of using the spectrum to relieve congested mobile traffic.
Internet service providers are getting a new option called G.fast that can extend the lifespan of existing copper phone lines yet again.
The Audi Q3 will be the automaker's next vehicle to get a wireless connection from the carrier.
Subscribers in Japan are currently locked into a mobile carrier at expensive monthly rates when buying a subsidised phone. A new government initiative will remove the SIM locks on phones to allow for freedom of choice.