G2 Gets Closer to Release, Pops Up in FCC Filing

We told you about the G2 possibly launching on September 29th, and we’ve found something that seems to support our theory. A phone that may well be the T-Mobile G2 has popped up in an FCC filing, listed as the HTC PC10100. According to the filing, it  supports AWS 3G, 802.11n WiFi, and ...

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FCC Leaks Another Archos Device

Last week, we told you about the Archos 32, a small internet tablet that was leaked. Well, we found another one, the Archos A28, and guess who’s to blame for this one getting out? You got it, the FCC. The A28 is a very small tablet that sports a 2.8-inch touchscreen, which is pretty ...

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Motorola Sage To Be AT&T’s Next Android Handset?

The FCC never lets us down, does it? A new device filing has popped up suggesting another AT&T-clad Android. Codenamed “Sage”, this Motorola-made device packs 7.2Mbps HSDPA and HSUPA on 850 and 1900MHz bands, along with quadband EDGE, and the usual WiFi, Bluetooth, AGPS, and ...

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Acer beTouch E130 Hits FCC

The Acer’s beTouch E130 made a stop over at the FCC to get handled last week.  The device has a very similar look to the Blackberry and has a full QWERTY portrait keyboard.  Under the hood is Android 1.6, 416MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, 512MB of ROM, 3.2MP camera and WiFi. While that ...

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Teardown Reveals Logitech Revue Components

Logitech’s Revue set top box recently visited the FCC, got stripped down, and showed us its innards.  Google TV is poised to come this fall, and the Revue is the first device to help it along.  From the looks of things, the Logitech Revue features a Gigabyte motherboard (GA-SBKAN2), 1.2 ...

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EVO 4G Passes Through FCC; Release Imminent

Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC.  The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to Sprint’s usual CDMA bands. Now that we know the device is ready to roll, it’s only a matter of time till ...

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HTC Legend is AT&T bound, so says the FCC

Engadget has just posted a picture of FCC origin (see below) showing the HTC Legend sporting AT&T’s 850 and 1900MHz WCDMA bands. The label is the same as the one found inside the unibody case of the Legend that we’ve already become accustomed to. It was previously thought that ...

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Did FCC Just Out the HTC Wildfire?

It’s not very often that we get to see pictures of handsets to go with FCC approvals. Such is the case with this new HTC phone, the PC70110. Based on the looks, we can safely assume this will be an Android-based unit. Look to the front keys for a row of buttons that mimic the... Read More

Nexus One With AT&T 3G Bands Found in FCC Filing

Good news for all you AT&T subscribers who held out on getting a Nexus One because of the 3G incompatibility.  It appears there is another version on the way!  Check out the pictures below and you’ll see two different labels.  The label to the right is what current Nexus One owners ...

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Motorola Device With T-Mobile 3G Passes Through FCC

The FCC  has recently passed another unknown  Motorola phone with T-Mobile AWS 3G bands ( 1700/2100 ). Is this possibly the Sholes Tablet?  I sure hope so! The specs to the phone includes: Quadband GSM/EDGE 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 HSDPA/HSUPA up to 10.2 Mbps Standalone GPS Bluetooth 2.0 ...

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GPhone to Utilize TV White Spaces?

If there were any doubters as to Google’s diabolical plan to take over the mobile industry with a VoIP only Google branded phone, I bring your attention to the following article… eWeek.com – FCC Moves Forward on White Spaces Oh yeah, you read it right. Device utilization of ...

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A Third Verizon Droid Clears the FCC?

According to an FCC filing, the next Android device for Verizon may be the Saygus (who?) VPhone V1. While this has yet to be confirmed, the evidence is pretty convincing. Saygus’ own web site talks about a third Android device coming to Verizon (link – Unstrung News Analysis). ...

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Moto Gearing up for 4G

Amidst its ruinous 2008, Motorola is shifting gears to embrace 4G. That’s welcome news as most of the carriers like Sprint, AT&T and Verizon are switching to LTE or the future 4G for their next gen Mobile phone services. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Google’s Spectrum Plan

The white space is very appealing to Google and other big companies. In a matter of weeks, we could find out who gets to use it and how it will work.

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