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Dell Venue Pro clears FCC

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

The Venue Pro has cleared FCC and is heading straight to T-Mobile. It’s a slider with a QWERTY beneath the 4.1-inch display screen. Performance is expected to be good with a 1GHz processor under the hood.

Unfortunately, the FCC filing doesn’t give us any other details. For T-Mobile customers, there’s rumors that the Venue Pro could launch on the network November 8th, when AT&T will be busy launching their own Windows Phone 7 handsets.

LG H1000B Windows 7 tablet hits the FCC

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2010

According to a filing in the FCC’s database, the H1000B tablet will eventually hit the US market sporting 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth and Windows 7. Word is that it also has an SD card reader.

It must have one, but we don’t see a peripheral port in the pic. We are expecting a CES 2011 debut, but who knows, we might learn more before then. It looks pretty sexy at any rate.

HTC 7 Pro gets FCC approval

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2010

HTC has another smartphone device that has just received the approval of the FCC. The HTC 7 Pro will run on Windows Phone 7, targeting CDMA networks. That’s why the name is 7 Pro. We should have expected it, since Microsoft has mentioned that CDMA will not be available until the first half of 2011.

This FCC-approved model looks like it will be accompanied by Wi-Fi N and Bluetooth + EDR connectivity. Which carrier do you think the HTC 7 Pro will appear on?

Vertu Constellation Quest shows up at the FCC

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2010

Vertu’s QWERTY keyboard Constellation Quest has just gotten a thumbs up from the FCC. There are the usual pictures, but there’s also a detailed manual that shows the phone to be running a heavily skinned version of Symbian.

Some other specs include HSDPA data and WiFi, and Vertu is even packing it with a 32GB microSD card. We don’t have all of the details however, like when it will hit stores and how outrageously priced it will be. But at least luxury handset enthusiasts have something new to swoon over.

FCC approves Literati Color e-book Reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2010

You might remember the Literati color e-book reader from back in August. Well, the FCC has finally approved the device, so it should be available in the US market very soon.

The Literati e-book reader uses Kobo’s eBook reader OS, allowing users to purchase books from the Kobo eBook store over Wi-Fi. It features a 7-inch color LCD display.

FCC tears new iPod touch to shreds on camera

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 2nd, 2010

Generally when we catch photos and details on new products via the FCC the things are seen in maybe one blurry shot like we had with the Griffin PartyDock not long ago. The FCC has been at work on the iPod touch for it to get the certifications to hit stores in the coming weeks.

The FCC has taken the new iPod touch that was unveiled yesterday, torn the gadget into pieces, and filmed the whole thing. This is something rather new that I haven’t seen the FCC do very often with the complete teardown. We usually have to wait until iFixit and other sites like it get the gadgets to see a teardown.

HTC Windows Phone 7 device hits FCC

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

Those busy bees at the FCC have been checking out a Windows Phone 7-powered device from HTC. The ID label HTC filed comes in a cool retro yellow, which points toward the fashion side of things instead of corporate black.

Also it appears that this device will be heading to our friends across the pond first, since there’s no mention of US-compatible WCDMA or EV-DO networks. It will cover EDGE 850/1900 and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Archos 32 Internet Tablet hits the FCC

Posted in Archos by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

Thanks to the FCC we now know what the Android-powered Archos 32 looks like. Looks like it is completely capacitive, with dedicated buttons and directional controls surrounding that 3.2-inch screen. It features built-in GPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a kickstand along with Bluetooth and WiFi.

It does have a microphone, but there’s no mention of a camera in the user’s manual. That circle on the back could be the integrated speaker. One of the accessories planned include a 720p-capable DVR dock, but the unit requires a proprietary connector to transfer data and charge.

FCC chair: Neutrality would trump any Google/Verizon pact

Posted in FCC by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2010

According to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, any FCC policy on net neutrality that emerges will supersede any pre-existing arrangements by companies. This is alluding to the speculated deal between Verizon Wireless and Google. According to Genachowski, “Any outcome, any deal that doesn’t preserve the freedom and openness of the Internet for consumers and entrepreneurs will be unacceptable.”

Sounds good to us, but the FCC Chairman did not go into details if the FCC policy would include wireless or if such policy would only govern the Internet on PC and landlines.

Netronix PocketBook 602 e-book Reader hits the FCC

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2010

The Netronix PocketBook 602 e-book reader has been approved by the FCC, like a freshly born child smacked on the butt and sent on it’s way. That means that this eReader will be available in the US market very soon.

The device features a 6-inch e-Ink display with a 532MHz Freescale ARM11 processor, optional Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G/3.5G wireless data and a customized Linux OS. The Netronix PocketBook 602 also supports PDF, ePUB, FB2, HTML, TXT, PRC, MOBI, RTF, DOC, JPG, and MP3 file formats. It looks pretty good in black.

HP eStation Zeen spotted by the FCC

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2010

Look what the FCC recently got a look at. The eStation Zeen just might be the mystery tablet to be released by HP soon. It’s been about eight months since HP filed for the “Zeen” trademark on a “portable handheld device”, and then there’s their recent buyout of Palm as well, so it looks like this is it.

This tablet should compete nicely with the rest of the tablets on the market. We know that it will have Wi-Fi N connectivity, but that’s about all we do know at the moment thanks to a short-term confidentiality request until December 31st.

Motorola Tri-band CDMA WX404 shows up at the FCC

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2010

The Motorola WX404 has had a visit with the FCC. Details are still pretty scarce, but we think they caught up on old times, asked about wives and kids, bitched about the weather and shared a spot of tea.

Looks like the device will feature a full QWERTY keyboard, tri-band 850/1700/1900MHz CDMA radios, camera, USB port, Bluetooth, microSD card support, and a headphone jack. It’s no iPhone killer or Droid X fighter, that’s for sure, but as a budget messaging phone, it may be swell.

Logitech Revue Google TV box hits the FCC

Posted in Logitech by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2010

You may have to wait until this Fall, but Logitech’s Google TV box has been showing itself off to the FCC. Not much new to report on this one, but if you hit the link you can get a look at the device’s guts.

As reported previously, Google TV will bring regular TV and web video to your TV, as well as Android apps. Now that the FCC has spied this device, all we have to do is wait.

Verizon ZTE F350 hits the FCC

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2010

The ZTE F350 is the first phone manufactured by the Chinese company to head to Verizon Wireless and it has received FCC approval. The ZTE F350 could be arriving at a Verizon store near you very soon. The ZTE F350 is not powered by the Android operating system and it isn’t even a smartphone.

The ZTE F350 is an entry-level slider with a QVGA display, VZ Navigator, Bluetooth, email support, a 1.3-megapixel camera and an average battery. Verizon will likely offer this phone for nearly free with the customary 2-year contract.

FCC takes 90MHz of wireless spectrum for wireless broadband from MSS

Posted in FCC by Shane McGlaun on June 21st, 2010

The FCC is working hard to make the national broadband plan that the President envisions a reality. To be able to serve the most people with fast speeds, wireless sis the best option for wireless broadband to people all around the country.

The FCC has announced that it has taken 90Mhz worth of spectrum that was used by mobile satellite service (MSS) and removed barriers that prevented it from being used for wireless broadband. The rule that prevented its use for broadband before stated that owners of the spectrum could only install terrestrial towers to support satellites.