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Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 user manual released by the FCC

08/26/2010, We know that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 has visited the FCC recently, and here the user manual has followed suit, mentioning all the important details such as a 3-inch HVGA display, a 3.2-megapixel camera, A-GPS navigation support, Wi-Fi connectivity,...

Gear4 UnityRemote For iOS Devices Visits The FCC

08/26/2010, iPhone users who are on the prowl for a new universal remote for their home theater system might want to take note that Gear4’s UnityRemote universal remote control has paid a visit to the FCC, and should be on track for its planned October release...

FCC takes a gander at LG GW910

08/23/2010, The latest Windows Phone 7 (WP7) handset from LG to clear the FCC’s hurdles would be the LG GW910, where it is stated to make its way towards AT&T (who is after all, dubbed the “premier” carrier for WP7 although others might beg to...

Giada Tech Slim i30 nettop makes appearance at FCC

08/20/2010, Just because a device makes its way to the FCC, that doesn’t mean it will be appearing in the US market. For those who have high hopes of seeing the Giada Tech Slim i30 nettop make its way to store shelves in this part of the world, you might want...

Nokia Smartphone With RFID Hits The FCC?

08/19/2010, FCC filings for an unnamed Nokia smartphone show an interesting feature. Seems that Nokia has submitted a device that sports RFID support, which could possibly indicate the possibility of future mobile payments via your phone. The phone supports WCDMA on...

Modu W Tiny Android Phone Visits The FCC

08/16/2010, You might have heard of the modu T before this, which is touted as the smallest touchscreen phone in the world. Now the company, modu, has sent another phone to pay a visit to the FCC, namely the modu W, which is also a rather small device, though exact...

FCC approves ZTE Fivespot global mobile hotspot for Verizon

08/16/2010, The folks over at the FCC have given their collective nods of approval for ZTE’s Fivespot global mobile hotspot that will be making its way over for Verizon. This device is meant to take over where MiFi has left off, where it will offer support for...

Samsung Cetus is Windows Phone 7 phone, approved by FCC

08/06/2010, The good people at the FCC have revealed that the Samsung Cetus, another Windows Phone 7-powered handset, has just been approved. Too bad there there aren’t any further images of the device, but we do know that it does come with 850/1900MHz 3G...

FCC approves ZTE A310 handset

07/30/2010, The A310 handset from ZTE is a tri-band CDMA device that boasts support for the 1700MHz AWS spectrum, coming alongside Bluetooth connectivity. Our good people over at the FCC have given their collective nods of approval for it to hit the US market, and we...

BlackBerry Curve 9300 Arrives At The FCC?

07/21/2010, We’ve previously seen reports that the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9300 might have paid a visit to the FCC, but new filings at the FCC show two devices dubbed the RDA71UW and RDB71UW which appear to be two versions of the Curve 9300. The label...

Tiny Swiftpoint Wireless Mouse Visits The FCC

07/13/2010, You might remember the Swiftpoint Mouse, which is a tiny mouse that’s small enough to be held between your fingers like a pen, and rested on small surfaces such as the palm rest of your notebook. This mouse has taken the time to pay a visit to the...

Acer beTouch E130 Hits The FCC

07/12/2010, When it comes to purchasing a mobile phone, Acer may not be the first brand that comes to mind, but the company does have a few interesting mobile phones, including the recently-announced Acer beTouch E130. If you decided that this QWERTY phone was the...