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New FCC Chairman wants unlocking devices to be easier

Late last year, we were embroiled in debate considering what ownership of a mobile device was. By blocking us from unlocking a device without permission from our carriers, the Library of Congress opened up a can of worms. While an important step in understanding our relationship with the carrier, it infuriated many consumers.

HP Slate 10 Android tablet slips through FCC

The HP Slate tablets have been on our radar for some time now, though nothing of note has materialized. Now we see that HP has slid two different models through the FCC, though not much is known about them. Other than at least one will run Android, the details are light.

HTC One max FCC filing tips AT&T release

HTC officially unveiled the One max earlier in the month and since then we have seen confirmation from Verizon Wireless in terms of an upcoming release. While we have yet to see anything official from AT&T, there has been some leaks suggesting they would also have the handset joining the lineup. And well, it looks like some additional evidence has arrived in support of those previously leaked AT&T One max images.

GameStick Dock clears the FCC

The GameStick, which is a bit late to the Android game console race, has an ace up its sleeve. While many considered the Dongle/controller combo a bit underwhelming, it did score points for being compact and portable. It didn’t seem to excite those who enjoy a more plugged-in experience, but that’s all changed.

HTC One Max spotted in FCC filing as T6UL

We remain waiting for HTC to offer an official announcement for the One Max smartphone, however it appears as if the handset has recently been discovered in an FCC filing. The key here, it appears to have. The filing did not mention the One Max by name and instead has it referred to by the model number of 0P3P510. As for the bit that brings the HTC One Max connection -- a reference to T6UL.
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