Mere hours after being unveiled in front of an excited if somewhat embarrassed (by the show, not necessarily the phone) audience, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has been spotted making its first mandatory FCC visit.
Know how we’ve always said the Xperia ZL is wrongly being considered inferior to the Z? Well, for once, someone seems to agree with us.
The FCC has approved of the T-Mobile, Metro PCS merger. The new operator will assume T-Mobile US branding. Are you excited?
The whole cell phone unlocking thing left a bad taste in the mouths of Americans. It’s bad enough that developers get hounded by carriers for unlocking bootloaders and obtaining root, but unlocking... the SIM and changing carriers was something we all thought we’d have forever. Until we didn’t have it anymore. In response, a petition was started at the official White House website to get that...
Back in January it became illegal to unlock your cellphone in the US without the consent of your carrier, but the FCC has said that it wants to take a look at the new legislation.
The Samsung Godiva — model number SCH-i425 — has just passed through the FCC, which indicates that it might be released in the U.S. soon through Verizon.
The U.S. HTC One models have hit the FCC, with the Sprint version expected to be soon released, although availability dates for the device are not public yet.
First leaked a month and a half ago, the Verizon-bound Pantech Perception has just checked in to the FCC.
Samsung is preparing to introduce a wireless charger for the Galaxy S3 (and possibly for the Galaxy S4) to the US market. We know this thanks to a set of documents that FCC released as part of its testing procedure.
More details have surfaced about Google Glass, after the the device passed through the FCC. It looks like bone-conducting speakers are confirmed for the headset.