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An Oath for AOL and Yahoo, Apple’s working on its own iPhone graphics chips, and the Trump administration cracks down on H-1B visa seekers

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LTE-U wireless rolls out on T-Mobile, Windows 10’s Mail app gets improvements, & Apple’s spaceship campus opens in April

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FCC stops nine companies from providing federally subsidized internet, Planet acquires Google’s Terra Bella satellite imaging division, & Snap files for IPO

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Google Voice gets first revamp in years, Sprint buys a third of TIDAL, and Samsung keeps the Note brand alive

FCC approves Google’s white space wireless database

Google may have been on pins and needles while the FCC scrutinized its white space wireless database over the spring, but it can relax this summer — the FCC has given the database the all-clear. The approval lets Google serve as one of ten go-to sources for white space devices needing safe frequencies in the…

Mystery BlackBerry 10 device hits the FCC with AT&T-capable LTE

RIM’s January unveiling isn’t going anywhere without federal approval, and it seems the FCC is happy to oblige. Regulators put an unnamed BlackBerry device with a RFF91LW model number through the standard tests, giving it the green light for AT&T’s LTE and GSM bands, as well as a few international frequencies. The handset’s label sample…