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MD-701 Android Tablet Visits The FCC

11/24/2010, With Android tablets busy queuing up to get approval from the FCC, it’s no surprise to see another Android-powered tablet enter the fray, and we’re talking about the MD-701. The device is manufactured by Shenzhen Huaruian Technology and is...

Yonsei WebTube HD Box Visits The FCC

11/24/2010, The WebTube HD box from Yonsei might not make Google too happy due to it sounding similar to YouTube, but it might turn out to be a good budget version of a Roku box, though with limited abilities. The WebTube HD that has just visited the FCC can be...

Binatone sends HomeSurf 8 Android tablet to the FCC

11/22/2010, Binatone from the UK has sent their 8-inch Android-powered tablet to the FCC, where it will be known as the HomeSurf 8. Boasting an 800 x 600 resolution display, the HomeSurf 8 will feature Wi-Fi connectivity since there isn’t any mention of a 3G...

Creative WP-300 arrives at the FCC

11/22/2010, Creative has yet another Bluetooth-enabled device for the masses, this time known as the WP-300. This headset will boast music playback controls on the outside for added convenience, while a rechargeable battery does good since it will be much lighter...

Commtiva N700 tablet arrives on the FCC

11/16/2010, The FCC looks set to check a whole lot more tablets in the coming days ahead, and Commtiva’s N700 is the latest of such to hit the market. This 7-inch tablet will be powered by the latest Android 2.2 operating system, although by the time it hits...

Altec Lansing inMotion Air Wireless Speaker System Visits The FCC

11/10/2010, Altec Lansing’s inMotion Air speaker system has been unveiled by FCC reports, giving us some information on this upcoming Bluetooth-enabled speaker system. The device connects to audio sources via Bluetooth, enabling users to stream music from their...

Crosley Revolution turntable goes through the FCC’s hurdles

11/09/2010, Crosley’s latest Revolution turntable, also known by its model number CR6002A, has just gone through the FCC’s hoops with flying colors, offering vinyl-lovers a portable option in due time. It requires more batteries to run than the first...

Rugged NERF Remote For Wii Visits The FCC

11/09/2010, Considering the amount of swinging that games on the Nintendo Wii require, it’s easy to imagine many Wiimotes being smashed as they accidentally slip from your grip. If you’ve experienced the heartbreak of smashing your Wiimote before,...

Dell Venue Pro arriving this November 8th

11/07/2010, A leaked internal document does point towards the Dell Venue Pro arriving in the US market this coming November 8th at Microsoft’s online and retail stores. It will take one week of exclusivity with Microsoft, where the Windows Phone 7 handset will...

Dell Venue Pro approved by the FCC

11/02/2010, We all know that the FCC has taken a look at the Dell Venue, and are pleased to announce that this smartphone will be the Dell Venue Pro and has just received approval as well, which should shape up nicely for a pre-holiday release. Boasting T-Mobile...

Another Chinese Tablet Visits The FCC

11/01/2010, With the Samsung Galaxy Tab getting ready to arrive in the hands of eager buyers, the China Android tablets are rushing to arrive and get the jump of the tablet. The next tablet is the M-150 “Universe Tablet PC” from Shenzhen Vogue Industries Co....

LG H1000B Windows 7 Tablet Visits The FCC

11/01/2010, If you’re in the market for a Windows 7-powered tablet but don’t want to pick up the HP Slate, perhaps a tablet from LG might suffice. A mystery tablet from the manufacturer, known as the H1000B, has paid a visit to the FCC and it appears to...

FCC takes a gander at iRiver Cover Story eBook reader

11/01/2010, The FCC have taken a look at the iRiver Cover Story eBook reader over the weekend, which is always a good omen if you’re thinking of picking one up Stateside since all devices need to go through the machinations of the FCC before they are approved...

FCC takes a gander at Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab

10/29/2010, Everyone and their dog knows that the Samsung Galaxy Tab is more than ready to hit the market worldwide, but only recently did the Wi-Fi only model of the Galaxy Tab made an appearance on the FCC. This $499 device will be a Benjamin cheaper than the...