/// FCC Crowdsources Mobile Broadband Research With Android App

November 9, 2013  |  All Things Digital

Most smartphone users know data speeds can vary widely. But how do the different carriers stack up against each other? The Federal Communications Commission is hoping the public can help figure that out, using a new app it will preview next week. The FCC on Friday said that the agenda for next Thursday’s open meeting, the first under new Chairman Tom Wheeler, will feature a presentation on a new Android smartphone app that will be used to crowdsource measurements of mobile broadband speeds. Read the rest of this post on the original site »

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FCC Crowdsources Mobile Broadband Research With Android App


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