Updated February 23 at 1:23pm
Telecommunications
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A little-noticed measure passed by Congress last year allows student-loan debt collectors to auto-dial borrowers on their mobile phones -- but a feared robocall deluge may turn out to be more of a trickle. more
Jason Viera, director-networking solutions at Carousel Industries of North America Inc., talks about his position at the company, which specializes in communications and network technologies, professional and managed services, and cloud solutions, and how he became interested in the technology field. more
Janna Ducich has been named vice president and general manager, New England, of AT&T. She previously served as vice president and chief marketing officer of Cricket Wireless. Ducich holds a bachelor's degree in communications and political science … more
AT&T Inc., the only U.S. wireless carrier still charging customers when they exceed data limits, has finally bowed to industry trends and is dropping the levies in a sign that competition for new customers is growing more challenging. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's recent decision to make changes to the state's energy regulatory commission comes at a time when there are a number of high-profile decisions facing state regulators, including Invenergy Thermal Development LLC's … more
A federal court upheld net-neutrality regulations designed to preserve equal access to the internet, handing a victory to the Obama administration and a defeat to telephone and cable providers. more
In the next five years, a majority of U.S. consumers will have bought a Chinese-brand smartphone. Such a prospect may raise the hackles of purported American patriots and presidential candidates, but it's reality. more
Following a competitive procurement, International Game Technology PLC has signed a contract with the Florida Lottery to provide a variety of lottery solutions and services, the gaming company said recently. more
Peter Lamberton, a volunteer at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Greater New England Chapter, was named a Cox Charities Community Hero for his work with the organization. The Cox Charities Community Hero program recognizes Cox employees who … more
In another blow to Samsung Electronics Co.’s new Note 7 smartphone, aviation regulators in several countries are advising against turning on or charging the device on airline flights because its batteries can catch fire and explode. more
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