FCC Working Group Recommends ‘Voluntary’ Activation of FM Radio Chips in Smartphones
September 20, 2016
A Federal Communications Commission working group issued a report recommending the agency back “ongoing voluntary efforts” between smartphone manufacturers and the telecommunications industry to activate the FM radio chips found in smartphones, saying the move would “enhance public safety” by providing consumers with increased access to emergency alerts.
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