News of Note—Wi-Fi usage data; T-Mobile’s ‘Tonight Show’ sponsorship; Google’s Pixel sales

news of note

Here are the stories we’re following today:

> According to new data, consumers overall use much more data on Wi-Fi than on cellular—between 2.3x and 4.1x more GB of data on average (per day or month). Report

> Aviat Networks said it expanded share in the Asia-Pacific market. Release

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> T-Mobile inked a new sponsorship with “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Release

> According to a new report, the OnePlus 6T smartphone will launch with T-Mobile. CNET article

> FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said that he learned in January that a disruption to the FCC’s comment system was the result of an overload of comments on the topic of net neutrality and not a malicious DDoS attack, but that he had to stay quiet about the situation pending an investigation into the matter. CNET article

> According to a new report, Google may sell its Pixel smartphones at retail outlets. Engadget article

> The FCC denied two petitions from NTCH against Dish over spectrum. FCC filing (PDF)


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