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FCC checks out eXo Bluetooth pen

09/21/2010, ULTRA Products of Miami has just sent their eXo Bluetooth pen to the FCC, where it will connect to a computer thanks to a Bluetooth link, with an internal motion sensor that enables it to be used on a wide range of surfaces. This will be different from...

TRON Legacy Wiimote goes through FCC’s door

09/21/2010, The TRON Legacy movie can be said to be a blockbuster as part of a foregone conclusion, although it remains to be seen whether the 2D version would be as stunning as the way it is meant to be viewed – and by that, we mean via stereoscopic 3D. Well,...

DT Research’s WebDT 312 tablet hits the FCC

09/15/2010, Tablet devices are definitely picking up its momentum, and DT Research has decided to jump into the fray with the WebDT 312 tablet that has just arrived at the FCC. While it isn’t exactly a looker as you can see above, the WebDT 312 does not look as...

Burg 6 Watchphone Visits The FCC

09/14/2010, Watch phones haven’t really caught on, but that doesn’t mean that manufacturers out there can’t continue to try and churn out such phones. Now Hong Kong-based Burg Realisation has sent its Burg 6 watch phone over to the FCC, possibly...

FCC checks out Boom Boom multifunctional digital photo frame

09/13/2010, The Boom Boom is not your regular digital photo frame, since it boasts more functions that normal. When your digital photo frame sports a speaker stand, you know you’re in for a visual audio treat, thanks to its 8-inch display at 800 x 600...

Netgear MBR1210 mobile wireless N router spotted at FCC

09/13/2010, We look forward in anticipation of T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network being made available to more than 200 million people before the year is over, which means that there should be more HSPA+ devices being prepared to hit the market – and rightly son....

Excalibur Wireless News Ticker goes through the FCC’s hoops

09/09/2010, The FCC have taken a look at the Excalibur Wireless News Ticker, where it will show off a range of RSS feeds (you can grab Ubergizmo’s feed here) for you to stay on top of your favorite topic at all times without missing a beat – just make...

Asus WX-Lamborghini Mouse Visits The FCC

09/08/2010, Asus has added a new member to its Lamborghini product line in the form of the WX-Lamborghini wireless laser mouse. Details weren’t exactly mentioned, but we have noticed that it’ll sport a nano USB receiver that is popular nowadays, and will...

FCC looks at Zelfy Peel

09/07/2010, The FCC have taken the Zelfy Peel out for a spin, and if it ever gets approved, you might actually be able to use your iPhone as a remote control for your TV then. After all, Zelfy’s site does feature an image of a woman who is using her iPhone to...

Creative Sound Blaster Wireless MultiPlay System Visits The FCC

09/06/2010, Creative has sent the interestingly-named Sound Blaster Wireless MultiPlay system to the FCC, and it should consist of a MultiPlay transmitter, a controller, and a wireless receiver. The design allows you to attach the transmitter to your PC, install the...

HTC Mystery CDMA/GSM Phone Visits The FCC

09/06/2010, The folks over at the FCC have revealed some information on an upcoming HTC phone again, this time it’s a rather interesting 4-inch device that is labeled the “PD42100″. Details are still scarce, but we do know that it’ll support...

Sony Ericsson Yizo Walkman phone hits the FCC

09/02/2010, The FCC have been pretty busy, handling the new iPod touch, Apple TV 2 and LG smartphones over the past day – they also had their fair share of fun with the Sony Ericsson Yizo just in case this one slipped through your radar. As part of Sony...

iPod touch appears naked on FCC

09/01/2010, It didn’t take too long for the people at the FCC to reveal intimate images of the new iPod touch, where those photos point towards Hynix being the flash memory manufacturer, but that is only on the 8GB model, considering the iPod touch can hit 64GB...

Samsung Galaxy Tab makes a beeline for the FCC

09/01/2010, The FCC seems to be pretty busy today, as we also have word (and an image, of course) of the Samsung Galaxy Tab making its way to their headquarters. Being listed as SHW-M180S, the Galaxy Tab has also been described as a “1900 GPRS Mini-Tablet with...