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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc handset arrives at the FCC

03/04/2011, We do know that the Android-powered Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc made its debut at CES 2011 earlier this year, and it has now arrived at the FCC – which can only mean one thing, that is the American public will have to prepare their wallets for an...

Sony Ericsson G11 handset jumps through FCC hoops

03/03/2011, Sony Ericsson looks set to roll out another phone in the US, having sent their G11 handset to the FCC for approval. Being part of the company’s upmarket iida product line, it will come with a slider keyboard (somehow I don’t really take a fancy to...

Cisco ISB7005 IPTV set top box goes through FCC

03/03/2011, Cisco has just sent their ISB7005 IPTV set top box to the FCC, and it is a good thing that said device has passed through the FCC’s hoops with more than flying colors. It will come equipped with 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity for you to set up...

Yo-Pad spotted over at the FCC

03/02/2011, Wireless accessory manufacturer Innvera has decided to send over their Yo-Pad to the FCC in order for it to be approved before it is released to the masses. This is one innovative device that sports a touch sensitive surface, where it is also able to keep...

Quanta Computers’ tablet shows up on FCC

03/01/2011, Quanta Computers isn’t exactly the first name that you think of when it comes to tablet devices, but then again that is because they are an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) from Taiwan, so chances are you would have seen their stuff rebranded...

NUU MiniKey Bluetooth keyboard picks up FCC approval

02/28/2011, Ever heard of NUU before? No? Well, we’re pleased to inform you that they are a manufacturer of mobile device accessories, and most recently picked up the nod from the FCC for their MiniKey Bluetooth keyboard for the iPhone 4. This is pretty much a...

FCC checks out Samsung Series 9 notebook

02/13/2011, Samsung has sent their Series 9 notebook over to the FCC, which is the right thing to do after it wowed folks who attended CES 2011 last month with their super slim device. Boasting a 13.3” display at 1366 × 768 resolution, it will be powered by an...

FCC approves of Samsung CY-SWR1100 dual-band wireless N router

02/08/2011, Most devices that have made it through the FCC will most probably arrive on the US market in due time, and we believe the same applies to the Samsung CY-SWR1100 dual-band wireless N router. Looks like Samsung is increasing their reach even into the home...

Motorola XOOM tablet visits the FCC as the IHDP56LU1?

02/08/2011, We’re slowly inching closer towards the Motorola XOOM tablet’s launch and now a device labeled as the IHDP56LU1 has paid a visit to the FCC, described by Motorola as a “Hand Held Device”. The device seems to be a large tablet-shaped device with a...

Samsung dual-sided QWERTY remote control visits the FCC

01/28/2011, Samsung probably wants to make your TV-viewing experience a little more complicated with its RMC-QTD1 remote control that just paid a visit to the FCC. A quick glance at the picture and you’ll notice that this remote control is dual-sided and features...

EchoStar Sling Extender/Sling Receiver 300 wins FCC approval

01/27/2011, Something makes us feel as though the FCC is this rather strict disciplinarian, where every company, no matter how large they are and how much cash they have stashed away in their coffers, are still at the FCC’s mercy simply because they are the...

Cisco’s new M3260 could be the new Flip camera?

01/27/2011, Cisco Linksys, the company that brought us the Flip video camera all those years ago for those who want a no-brainer method of recording your favorite moments in digital video, has passed another Digital Video Recorder known as the M3260 through the FCC....

Microsoft Touch Mouse torn down by FCC

01/26/2011, The FCC have taken the highly anticipated Microsoft Touch Mouse and actually ripped it apart – carefully, of course, as we wouldn’t want it to end up too scarred, do we? This pointing peripheral has an edge over the rest of the devices out...