A report by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Tuesday said Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) is notifying customers that its new passive aggressive messaging technology for dogs will no longer be able to be used on devices.
The FCC’s report, which analyzed the behavior of more than 7,000 dogs and cats, found that Verizon is no longer able to use the new technology on devices with the passive aggressive text-to-speech feature.
The report said the feature works by turning off the device’s microphone, which makes it more difficult for dogs to hear their owner speaking.
Instead, it uses a device that automatically turns on when a dog or cat’s owner is speaking.
In order to use this technology, a dog must be able hear and understand the voice.
The report said dogs with high levels of social anxiety or a vocal preference for certain people, such as a dog that is shy, are most likely to use such a device.
Vz, which operates the country’s largest wireless network, does not sell devices for pets.
Verizon declined to comment on the FCC report.
The new technology has been widely praised for reducing the frequency of aggressive behavior, and for increasing the comfort of dogs and their owners.
The technology, called Active Dog Tracking (ADT), is based on the technology developed by a research company called the Emotional Intelligence Laboratory at Emory University.
It works by automatically transmitting a signal to the device, which then transmits that signal back to the dog.
The Emotional Institute’s research suggests that when people who are talking to dogs are communicating, they can be more pleasant to their pets, and that if a dog is being aggressive, that is more likely to happen.
The company has partnered with several dog-friendly shelters to provide dog training classes.
The company has also developed technology to make dogs quieter so that dogs and owners can work together.