Do AT&T FaceTime limits break FCC rules? Video
Do AT&T FaceTime limits break FCC rules? Video Transcript
It's time to honor our future robot overlord I'm Bridget Carey and decisions -- update. Using face time video chat on iPhone has always been a Wi-Fi only option without a change in the -- with the release of IOS six. And eighteen. But some are arguing. This could be a rule violation of the Federal Communications Commission one outspoken nonprofit group says this discriminates against customers with other data plans. A video chat service like face time could be -- larger data bird and but technical reason you canned that project -- and you have a different data plan. And AT&T responded -- did not believe it's breaking any FCC rules. Since it's already available to all customers over Wi-Fi it's just expanding availability even further for those with a mobile share data plan. So as you know we just landed that rover on Mars -- they're still testing out all the systems. While NASA is already talking about -- another robot to Mars in 2016. Next time it'll be a Lander that will study whether Mars has a silent or liquid core at the red planet has tectonic plates that slowly -- just like honor. Anyone who bought a new windows PC after June 2 can register online. 415 dollar upgrade to windows eight when it comes out on October 26 they might be thinking was it free for past upgrades for recent PC piracy act. And this is the pro version in this time and it's also a little more -- getting the basic version but if -- inches by computer it'll cost forty dollars to upgrade. And some news for AT&T customers in order to put a focus on new data sharing plans eighteen -- will no longer subsidize the cost of a tablet with a contract. Price and also stop doing that June. There's a very important election coming up that -- your boat I'm talking about the robot hall of fame of course. For the first time Carnegie Mellon University is allowing humans to elect who should be -- to its robot hall of fame. The bill ward has been given to real and fictional robots like the -- and -- EPO. But this year will it be Wally Rosie or Johnny five make its entertainment spot it's up to you. And maybe in the future hollow claim it'll include and then email by Honda of robot that -- your lines well more like it it's that -- line. And he's had several times a week says it's not as powerful and isn't as much as a typical lot and our. It'll first be available in -- up. Next year start at 2500 euros. That's your tech news update from mark headed over to the blog cnet.com slash update RC is in New York I'm Bridget Carey. --
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