"Samsung should be lauded for taking this important step", said Paul Brenner, President of NextRadio powered by TagStation. Aside from the nostalgia factor, FM radio broadcasts can be life-saving, especially in emergency situations when information is transmitted via radio waves.
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Going on to add that the NHS is severely and chronically underfunded and has insufficient resources to deal with an ageing population.
Just months after the FCC badgered Apple to do it; Samsung has finally chose to unlock the FM chip on its upcoming smartphone models. The same company has now teamed up with Samsung which means that the Korean giant's upcoming smartphones in the USA will have their FM chip enabled. Samsung is joining LG, Motorola, and Alcatel in this move, and there is a lot of logic behind it.
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Despite the frustration, this and the game against Boston showed that the Nets can really hang with the best teams in the league. Ibaka and Johnson started shoving each other while waiting for the ball to be inbounded under the Miami basket.
Once enabled, FM radio will be available to Samsung users in the United States and Canada. This uses less battery and less data than streaming radio apps.
The FCC previously asked Apple to unlock the radio chip in their smartphones, although Apple revealed that iPhones from the iPhone 7 onward do not actually have the hardware installed. At the time, Apple claimed their newer phones didn't contain these chips to begin with and thus could not activate them upon request. A NextRadio blog adds, "On the heels of widespread natural disasters in Puerto Rico, Houston and the Florida coast, calls have increased for all phone manufacturers to unlock the FM Chip in smartphones as a public safety necessity". FM mechanisms in smartphones commonly use the headphone wire as the FM antenna, to the extent that they won't function without the headphones plugged in.
50 firefighters tackle blaze at Nottingham train station
Nottingham train station has been evacuated this morning after a major fire began at around 6.30am, causing huge disruption. An East Midlands Trains spokesman said: "Emergency services have been called to Nottingham station to deal with a fire".