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Motorola i420 pays a visit to the FCC

04/29/2011, Scouring the FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) web site could prove to be a rather thankless job, but the joy that comes with unveiling something new that is ready to be revealed to the world is nothing short of amazing, leading to emotional...

HTC Flyer arrives at the FCC in two capacities

04/29/2011, The upcoming HTC Flyer tablet might just change the way tablets work what with the stylus functionality that is thrown into the mix, and we also know that said tablet will be a Best Buy exclusive this spring, so it makes perfect sense to see this tablet...

Gigabyte tablet arrives at the FCC

04/29/2011, The tablet market is certainly one that is maturing, although at the moment it seems that the Apple iPad (with its sequel) and Android-powered ones are the ones to rule the roost, while those which are powered by Windows 7 tend to be rather slow in...


Cisco REN301 Residential Gateway goes through the FCC’s scrutiny

04/27/2011, For folks who are sick and tired of checking out those blinking red and green lights on the wireless router, here is something from Cisco that might just be able to remove such a burden – we are talking about the Cisco REN301 Residential Gateway,...

HP Pre 3 hits the FCC deck

04/26/2011, HP has been rather quiet on the smartphone front, and we do know that they still have a couple more handsets that are ready and waiting to be unleashed upon the masses – the Veer and Pre 3, not to mention the TouchPad tablet, of course. Well,...

Acer Iconia Smart arrives at the FCC

04/26/2011, Acer did promise that they will be rolling out a new tablet phone that sports a 4.8″ display at 1,024 x 480 resolution before April 2011 is over, but before you turn around and point accusing fingers at the Taiwanese computer manufacturer that they...

Motorola XT316 arrives at the FCC

04/25/2011, If you love all things gadgets, and wish that you can lay your hands on the latest and greatest devices before it even hits the market, then we would suggest you check out whether there are any vacancies over at the FCC or not. Sure, it might seem rather...

D-Link MainStage WiDi TV adapter arrives at the FCC

04/19/2011, The good people over at the FCC have it all worked out for them – imagine using all the latest and greatest (OK so the latter might not necessarily be true) gizmos before they have arrived at the market. Well, D-Link’s MainStage WiDi TV...

Motorola XOOM for AT&T arrives at the FCC

04/17/2011, We do know that Sprint will be rolling out a WiMAX-enabled version of the Motorola XOOM in due time, but it seems that Motorola is about to approach marketing the XOOM tablet using a “scattergun” method – that is, peppering it across...

ZTE V9 Android-powered tablet arrives at the FCC

04/14/2011, ZTE is more famous for their budget-friendly OEM feature phones, but that doesn’t mean the company is going to miss out on the tablet bandwagon after eyeing the success by other manufacturers who are in the game. Well, their latest effort in the...

FCC checks out Garmin Forerunner 610 GPS watch

04/14/2011, We took a look at the Garmin Forerunner 610 GPS watch a couple of days ago, and it didn’t take too long for the FCC to tear it down. Basically, it is a timepiece that not only helps you stay punctual in all of your appointments, it will also keep...

Elitegroup ElitePad S10 arrives at the FCC

04/12/2011, Anything that is set to be released in the US will first need to jump through some hoops over at the FCC, and the ElitePad S10 from Elitegroup of Taiwan is no exception, either. This Windows 7-powered tablet has arrived at the FCC, indicating a very...

Motorola Citrus gets Fruit Ninja treatment

04/11/2011, Slicin’ and dicin’ – that’s what all good Fruit Ninja exponents do, and the Motorola Citrus has undergone a somewhat similar treatment over at the FCC (who are secret exponents of the art, we believe), as they have taken the Citrus...

AT&T and Verizon forced to share network with rivals for data

04/07/2011, AT&T and Verizon, the two largest carriers in America, have just been instructed by the FCC to share their networks with smaller carriers for the transfer of data. Right now the carriers have already been making deals with their rivals to share...