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OUYA game console clears the FCC

There isn't much we haven't already learned about the OUYA game console, however as of today we are seeing something different -- the FCC filing. As the game console has already made its way into the hands of some users, this filing contains already known bits of information. The filing does however contain plenty of images, not to mention, the full user manual for those who feel like they may want to do a bit of browsing.

AT&T GALAXY S 4 arrives with the FCC as the SGH-i337

We have seen a few GALAXY S 4 related FCC filings since the official announcement back on March 14. The first of the filings arrived shortly after the announcement and the others followed more recently. Past filings aside though, it looks like we now have the one that AT&T users will be happy to see. The filing is for the Samsung SGH-i337 and based on the details included, this looks to be the AT&T branded GALAXY S 4.

Samsung GALAXY S 4 FCC filings begin to surface

We know the Samsung GALAXY S 4 is going to be available with a wide variety of carriers in the US market. Given that, we also know that means we will be seeing a wide variety of FCC filings dealing with the GALAXY S 4. These will not give us anything new in terms of a possible release date, however they are a required step and if nothing else -- these filings just mean one less reason for a possible delay.

HP Slate 7 FCC filing discovered ahead of April release

HP announced the Slate 7 tablet back in February. They were pretty forthcoming in terms of details at the time and offered everything from specs to pricing and even a rough idea of when the tablet will begin shipping. For those who may have missed that earlier news, the HP Slate 7 is expected in April and will arrive priced at $169. The good news today, it looks like that April release is now one step closer to becoming a reality.

Sony Xperia Tablet Z appears in FCC filing

It looks like the Sony Xperia Tablet Z is now one step closer to being released in the US market. We haven't seen a specific release date just yet, however the fact that the device has recently passed by the FCC does imply that a release date is getting closer. That being said, this filing is for the Wi-Fi only model and for better or worse -- does not contain much in terms of surprises.

HTC Myst FCC filing shows support for AT&T LTE

While an FCC filing does not necessarily mean a release is coming soon, it does imply that a release is coming. Enter the recently discovered filing for the HTC Myst, the phone that has previously been dubbed the Facebook Phone. This particular filing seems to confirm previous reports about the handset heading to AT&T.

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski to step down in the “coming weeks”

Julius Genachowski has been the FCC Chairman since June 2009, however as of this morning we are learning that will soon be coming to an end. Chairman Genachowski has officially announced plans to step down. A specific end date has yet to be announced, however Genachowski has said his time as Chairman will come to an end in the "coming weeks."

AT&T LG Optimus G Pro looks to have landed with the FCC

This latest FCC filing does not specifically mention the Optimus G Pro, however it does mention the LG E980. The key here though, the LG E980 is believed to be the AT&T version of the Optimus G Pro. Given we have already seen an official announcement, not to mention, spent some hands-on time with the handset -- lets get into the parts about this being a model for AT&T.