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  • OPPO R1 spotted in FCC with LTE support in tow

    If OPPO has gotten you interested with its range of smartphones but don't have the budget for the latest Find 7a, then this might be a bit of welcome news. Seen making its way through the FCC approval process is the OPPO R1,

    April 13, 2014 • Views: 427

  • Analyst: T-Mobile and Sprint must merge, or one will fail

    The proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is an interesting Catch 22, according to analysts from New Street Research. Both carriers acknowledge they can’t compete with the likes of Verizon and AT&T separately, as

    April 11, 2014 • Views: 728

  • ECS TA80TA1 tablet makes an FCC appearance showing Bay Trail

    Elite Computer Systems was showing off an Android tablet during Mobile World Congress. For reference, they are an OEM company, which means this is more of a reference device that will be used by others. But while this specific

    April 9, 2014 • Views: 234

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 variants grace the FCC

    It's more than a month overdue but Samsung seems to be just about ready to unleash upon the masses its next line of Galaxy Tab 4 tablets. Making their way to the FCC is a WiFi-only Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 as well as a Galaxy Tab 4 10.1

    March 31, 2014 • Views: 550

  • ASUS PadFone X passes by FCC

    ASUS' smartphone/tablet hybrid will soon be ready for the US market if this latest appearance is any indication. The rather odd PadFone X was just spotted at the FCC, hinting to its nearing arrival on AT&T's catalog. Continue

    March 24, 2014 • Views: 1268

  • AT&T deal for Leap Wireless gets FCC Approval

    The FCC has given the blessing for AT&T to purchase Leap Wireless. Admitting an unregulated buyout may not have been in the public’s best interest, some concessions made by AT&T appeased the FCC enough to allow the

    March 13, 2014 • Views: 442

  • Boeing’s secure ‘Black’ smartphone hits FCC

    Secure devices are interesting to us, especially after recent revelations of government interest in personal communications. Some, like the BlackPhone, are targeted at Consumers who want security to be the center of attention.

    February 26, 2014 • Views: 391

  • Moto G LTE speculation prompted by FCC filing

    One of the few complaints about the Moto G comes with the lack of LTE connectivity. Regardless of carrier model, or whether you are sporting the Google Play edition model, the Moto G does not offer LTE. And while we have yet to

    February 14, 2014 • Views: 1339

  • LG Heart Rate Earphones clear the FCC

    At CES this year, we got a chance to go hands-on with LG’s newest offerings. While many amazing tech was on display, one of the standouts were earphones that monitor your heart rate. The device has now cleared the FCC, and

    February 11, 2014 • Views: 453

  • Verizon contends Sprint actually has more spectrum than they do in FCC filing

    The Sprint/T-Mobile acquisition has a few nuances that make it attractive. According to T-Mobile CEO John Legere, it helps challenge Verizon and AT&T’s ability to acquire spectrum at auction by creating a third carrier big

    February 7, 2014 • Views: 468