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Amtek iTablet visits the FCC

01/12/2011, Before the iPad was released, one of the many names being thrown around was the iTablet. Now Amtek Systems, a Taiwanese manufacturer, has sent its 10.1-inch Android-powered tablet to the FCC, bearing the name “iTablet”. This tablet is powered by an...

Cisco Linksys E1200 Wireless N router visits the FCC

01/10/2011, Consumer wireless routers probably aren’t designed to last a lifetime and if you’re planning on upgrading your current home networking setup, you might want to take note that Cisco Linksys has just sent a new router labeled the E1200 over to the FCC....

iFoneCuff visits the FCC

01/04/2011, If you’re always worried about leaving your iPhone behind, you might want to check out the iFoneCuff when it arrives in the market. The device has just paid the FCC a visit and is designed to connect to your iPhone via Bluetooth. Once it’s paired,...

FCC checks out T-Mobile bound Nokia 1616

12/31/2010, Now this piece of news is as exciting as knowing that many people will be popping party streamers when the clock strikes 12 midnight today to usher in the new year, but it is news nonetheless. The FCC have taken the Nokia 1616 for a spin and found it more...

Creative Zen Touch 2 hits the FCC, arriving stateside?

12/29/2010, Bored of the iPod touch and looking for an alternative media player? Creative’s Zen Touch 2 is a pretty competent product, and it’s already available at Creative’s European site. Now the device is one step closer to arriving stateside, thanks to an...

HTC Desire HD visits the FCC with support for North American 3G

12/28/2010, We’re still waiting to get our mittens on the HTC Desire HD and now it seems that we’re inching closer to doing so. A device bearing the model number PD98120 has paid a visit to the FCC and it supports the WCDMA bands II and V, making it compatible...

Dell M02M Looking Glass tablet visits the FCC?

12/27/2010, We’re still waiting for Dell’s Looking Glass tablet to arrive and now (what should be) the device has paid a visit to the FCC, which has approved its integrated 3G chip for the UMTS bands II, IV and V, hinting compatibility for AT&T and T-Mobile....

Monster AirTalk Bluetooth car kit jumps through FCC hoops

12/26/2010, Bluetooth car kits aren’t exactly the thing that will light up your eyes when you think about gizmos and gadgets, but they do play a rather important, albeit unobtrusive role in saving lives on the road. After all, driving while holding a smartphone...

Netgear Push2TV PVT2000 adapter visits the FCC

12/21/2010, Netgear had previously unveiled its Push2TV technology via its PVT1000 device. The technology allows notebooks to wirelessly stream HD videos to a TV that’s connected to the box and works with notebooks that feature an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7...

Mystery VAIO tablet visits the FCC

12/21/2010, Looks like the folks over at Sony are busy working on a new tablet PC as an FCC filing submitted by the VAIO Business Group shows a tablet that features built-in Wi-Fi and several model numbers such as PCG-31211L, PCG-31311L and PCG-312xxL. No other...

Sony Ericsson Cybershot S006 slider handset goes through the FCC

12/20/2010, The folks over at the FCC have managed to get their hands around the juicy Sony Ericsson Cybershot S006 slider. Why do we say so, since it looks like any other Cybershot phone from the outside? Well, from its lineage, you can tell that this handset will...

Creative ZiiO 10 hits the FCC

12/13/2010, The Creative ZiiO 10 has arrived at the FCC, and is currently being put through the paces. Of course, being the crafty big brother that it is, it has already sent its younger, smaller sibling – the Creative ZiiO 7 beforehand, so hopefully the folks...

White iPad Keyboard Case Visits The FCC

12/10/2010, Apple might not think that folks want a built-in keyboard for the iPad, but there are plenty of folks out there searching for a portable keyboard solution for the tablet. Next up we’ve got another iPad keyboard case visiting the FCC, manufactured by...

FCC takes a gander at dual-screen Kno tablet

12/10/2010, Dual displays are starting to get more mainstream, with the Game & Watch format from Nintendo all those years ago kicking things off. Of course, the Nintendo DS really made things happen, and with recent cellphones and cameras with dual displays, we...