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Cius Android-powered tablet FCC

03/30/2011, Cisco made an announcement of its 7″ Cius Android tablet last year, and to see it hit the FCC is encouraging since that means the Cius will be able to arrive in the market soon. Approved by the FCC for its 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth...

Sony Ericsson Xperia neo gets sent to the FCC – again

03/28/2011, Just a couple of weeks ago, the Sony Ericsson Xperia neo was spotted over at the FCC, albeit without showing off any support at all for WCDMA bands for those living in the US. This, of course, will point towards the unavailability of said phone on US...

HTC HD7S makes its way to the FCC

03/23/2011, AT&T recently announced the HTC HD7S for the masses, where this one will not play nice with the Android platform but will instead attempt to score points with the public in the form of a Windows Phone 7 device. Hardware specifications include a 4.3”...

Samsung SCH-R915 gets manhandled by the FCC

03/23/2011, The Samsung SCH-R915 which is capable of supporting CDMA/EVDO 850, 1900 bands alongside the 1700 AWS band has arrived at the FCC for closer inspection. Its specifications point towards another LTE handset for carrer MetroPCS in the US. It also has a...

Acer Iconia A500 Tab peeks into FCC curtains

03/22/2011, The Acer Iconia A500 Tab that debuted at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, has finally made the jump to the FCC for approval. We do know that this Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet will feature a 10.1″ display, a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2...

Garmin nuvi 2575 GPS appears on the FCC

03/21/2011, Dedicated GPS navigation systems aren’t too popular these days simply because the nature of convergence in devices as well as advances in miniaturization has allowed a GPS chipset to be crammed into something as small as a smartphone, working...

FCC looks at PocketBook 603 e-book reader

03/21/2011, The FCC must be a pretty fun place to work in as you get all of the unreleased devices to tear apart and peer into their innards, long before the rest of the masses see them on store shelves. The latest device to go through their hands would be a 6”...

FCC gets hold of Samsung SCH-W899

03/20/2011, The Samsung SCH-W899 Android-powered smartphone was first seen in December last year, and having hit the FCC, here are internal and external photos of said handset. Touted to be a pretty bizarre device in its own right, it comes with not one, but two...

Samsung Infuse 4G hits the FCC

03/15/2011, The Samsung Infuse 4G was spotted over at CES 2011 earlier this year, where this super slim Android-powered smartphone will come with a rather generous 4.5″ touchscreen display, not to mention an 8-megapixel camera as well as a single core 1.2GHz...

Samsung Galaxy S II appears on the FCC

03/14/2011, The folks over at the FCC have taken a look at the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy S II, where it is also better known as the GT-I9100 for those who are more keen on model numbers than names. Picking up FCC approval for GSM 850 and 1900 bands, WCDMA...

Sprint Kyocera Echo Android phone passes the FCC

03/10/2011, It’s been some time since the Kyocera Echo was announced by Sprint, and according to the reports, the dual-screen Android smartphone has made its way through the offices of the FCC. This can only be a good sign and might mean that it won’t be...

LG Revolution passes through the FCC

03/09/2011, It sure looks like every other 4G phone other than Verizon’s “first” 4G phone has been making any progress from initial announcement to becoming a reality. A new LG phone called the Revolution has just passed the FCC, leaving HTC fans...

FCC takes a look at the HTC Incredible S

03/04/2011, The FCC has gotten a much more intimate look at the HTC Incredible S which sports the model number PG32120, having picked up FCC approval in the process for GSM 850, 1900 bands, not to mention 3G WCDMA bands II and V too. Both the GSM and WCDMA bands are...

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...