Indiana Senate Passes FM Chip Resolution

April 10, 2015

If the carriers won't turn the chips on, perhaps the government will pressure them to do so. On Thursday, The Indiana State Senate (Emmis Communications is headquartered in Indianapolis) adopted a resolution “urging wireless carriers to activate the FM radio receivers already installed in most smartphones.”

 

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