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New NVIDIA Shield Tablet Spotted

05/12/2016, It appears that NVIDIA might have a new Shield tablet in the pipeline because one seems to have been spotted in the company’s recent FCC filings, these filings often give us a glimpse of upcoming devices so it’s not at all surprising to see...

HTC 10 Gains FCC Approval

04/01/2016, HTC has certainly fallen behind their rivals when it comes to rolling out the next generation of flagship smartphones, and they have been more or less playing catch up for quite some time already. Hopefully, fans of HTC will not be disappointed when the...

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro To Sport Removable Battery

03/08/2016, Samsung might be having a field day with their red hot Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge smartphones being snapped up like hot cakes in pre-orders, not to mention a Buy 1, Get 1 Deal from T-Mobile, but this does not mean that the South Korean conglomerate...

Verizon Fined $1.35 Million By The FCC

03/07/2016, Verizon Wireless has just been slapped with a $1.35 million by the Federal Communications Commission (better known as the FCC) earlier today over a “hidden tracking” issue, where this settlement concerns the implementation and use of...

Samsung Galaxy J7 Hits The FCC

02/17/2016, Whenever a particular device is close to a release, then you can be sure that it will make an appearance over at the FCC, although one should also bear in mind that appearing on the FCC does not automatically translate to a device being released, but we...

FCC Filing Hints At Galaxy S7 Edge’s 3,600mAh Battery

02/10/2016, A rumor from a couple of weeks ago suggested that the upcoming Galaxy S7 will sport a pretty big battery. How do we know this? According to the rumor, it claimed that the Galaxy S7 is capable of over 17 hours of video playback at maximum brightness. If...

FCC Approves Of Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0

01/19/2016, Huawei, the third largest smartphone vendor in the world, is all set to ensure that everything is in place for the U.S. launch of its upcoming Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0, having obtained clearance by the FCC. In other words, it is only a matter of time...

Galaxy S7 LED Covers Spotted At The FCC

01/19/2016, The rumors are saying that in February, we can expect Samsung to officially announce the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its variants. How true are those claims? It’s really anyone’s guess, but in the meantime it looks like some evidence has surfaced to suggest...

Lumia 650 Makes Its Way Through The FCC

01/08/2016, The Lumia 650 is a low-end Windows 10 Mobile handset that we have been hearing for some time now, although it was only recently that Microsoft’s CMO sort of confirmed it when he suggested that they had not decided on when to release the phone. However...

T-Mobile Denies Throttling YouTube

12/30/2015, Last week, YouTube made a statement in which they basically accused T-Mobile of throttling their bandwidth. However according to a report from DSL Reports, T-Mobile claims that is not the case and in a statement they gave, “Using the term...

HTC Vive Passes Through The FCC

12/27/2015, The HTC Vive virtual reality headset has been set for a release in April 2016 and it looks like it is well on its way. This is thanks to a recent sighting at the FCC in which the device was spotted. For those unfamiliar, FCC approval is required if...

Samsung Galaxy A9 Gains FCC Approval

12/17/2015, Whenever a particular handset is about to roll out, you can be sure that there there will be plenty of rumors and buzz that surrounds it – and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A9 would also fall under a similar category. We’ve seen it leaked in a...