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MiPad Android-powered tablet gets FCC approval

01/26/2011, With over a hundred tablets debuting or showcased at CES earlier this month, you can expect the good people over at the FCC to be pretty busy approving a bunch of tablets in the coming year. Here is yet another one that hails from China, thanks to Suzhou...

IOGear GKM571R wireless keyboard receives nod from the FCC

01/26/2011, There is quite a number of users on Windows Media Center who use it as a DVR and media server, but one of the major drawbacks would be the Windows Media Center remote control that is clearly lacking in terms of usability. Of course, there is always the...

Nokia X1-00 arrives at the FCC

01/26/2011, The X Series of handsets from Finnish phone manufacturer, Nokia, will be getting a brand new addition to the family soon – we’re looking at the X1-00 which has just arrived at the FCC. Of course, the good people over at the FCC have approved...


Texas Instruments brings WiFi to TI-Nspire calculators

01/26/2011, There are so many devices that are being upgraded with Wi-Fi connectivity nowadays, but did you ever think that your humble calculator would be getting a Wi-Fi upgrade? Texas Instruments has just sent its TI-Nspire CX Navigator to the FCC, and the reports...

Leviton CT2100 electric car charging station gets nod from FCC

01/23/2011, While we were at CES this year, I overheard one of the attendees ask a General Electric representative, “So where do I stow away the 150-mile cord for the Chevy Volt?” before everyone around erupted in laughter. Yup, as much as electric cars...

ZTE MF591 USB modem hits the FCC

01/18/2011, Are you a T-Mobile USA subscriber? Well, if the answer is in the affirmative and you’re looking for a new USB modem to accompany you on your travels, here’s a piece of good news – ZTE of China has sent their MF591 to the FCC, gaining...

HTC PD98140 arrives at the FCC

01/17/2011, What is the FCC cooking these days? How about a little bit of e-book readers mixed with the HTC PD98140? Having picked up approval for GSM bands 850 and 1900, as well as WCDMA bands II and V, the HTC PD98140 looks set to hit the market pretty soon....

NextBook Next6 e-book reader jumps through FCC hoops

01/17/2011, Another day, another e-book reader makes an appearance online to entice you to part with your hard earned money. We have NextBook of China’s Next6 e-book reader this time around, where it will sport a pretty decent 7.1″ TFT LCD resistive touch...

Clamcase Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad gains FCC approval

01/17/2011, For those who have been eagerly waiting for the Clamcase Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad for months on end, the long wait is nearly over. That’s because the good people at the FCC have finally approved it for use, which more or less makes the case...

LG L-07C NFC-enabled phone visits the FCC

01/17/2011, NFC chips aren’t new, but with Google’s latest Nexus S phone featuring a built-in NFC chip, we might see increased support for NFC devices this year. Now it seems that LG wants to join the party too as its L-07C has paid a visit to the FCC bearing an...

Dell Brooks 15 notebook visits the FCC

01/17/2011, An unknown notebook from Dell has paid a visit to the FCC and it’s dubbed the Brooks 15”. If the name is any indication, it’ll feature a 15-inch display and the FCC report confirms that it will support an ultra-wideband card, WWAN and Wi-Fi. It’s...

Samsung RMC30D1 touchscreen remote control visits the FCC

01/16/2011, You might have spotted Samsung’s RMC30D1 touchscreen remote control at CES recently and if you were dreaming of getting your hands on one, the good news is that the device has paid a visit to the FCC. While there isn’t any confirmation of pricing or...