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FCC to test and define mobile broadband service definition and speeds

by: J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 6, 2012
What is "mobile broadband" anyway? The FCC is seeking the public's help to define and test these speeds to ensure acceptable service and competition among carriers.
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Lenovo IdeaTab A2107A on track for September release

by: AdrianAugust 22, 2012
We’ve known for a while that Lenovo is planning to introduce a 7-inch tablet with a focus on price rather than speed, and now we’ve gotten additional confirmation that the IdeaTab A2107 is gearing towards a September release.
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With Verizon AWS spectrum deal all-but approved, companies lining up to buy parts of 700MHz Spectrum

by: Andrew GrushAugust 22, 2012
It seems that the FFC and Department of Justice are very close to approving Verizon's AWS spectrum acquisition. For those that haven't been following, the AWS spectrum is being purchased from various cable companies for a sum of $3.9 billion. In order to get the AWS spectrum purchase approved, Verizon has had to agree to a couple of major provisions first. This includes divesting some of its spectrum to T-Mobile and even agreeing to sell off some of the 700MHz spectrum if the deal is fully approved.
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Motorola XT907 heading to Verizon with 4G LTE

by: AdrianAugust 17, 2012
Now that we think we’ve unraveled everything there was to know about Motorola’s upcoming Droid Razr HD, we would have expected a bit of peace and quiet from Google’s subsidiary. Not a chance though, because yet another Moto phone has been spotted getting FCC certification.
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Huawei Ascend P1 LTE passes through the FCC in its way to Japan

by: AdrianAugust 14, 2012
A new version of the Ascend P1 has been spotted getting FCC’s approval. The listing is that much more exciting because it is of an LTE-enabled phone, but unfortunately there’s no indication this model will ever come to the US.
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LG Eclipse LS970 is now FCC certified, just about confirmed as hitting Sprint in October

by: AdrianAugust 13, 2012
There’s no doubt Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is the biggest current star of the Android universe, but that doesn’t mean things will stay that way for much longer. Could the upcoming LG Eclipse LS970 steal some of Galaxy S3's spotlight? Check out the phone's FCC filing and rumored spec sheet to find out!
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Huawei’s quad-core MediaPad 10 FHD tablet passes FCC scrutiny

by: Bams SadewoAugust 10, 2012
Hoping to elevate the brand to new heights, Huawei has steadily upped its game this year by cranking up the specs on its upcoming phones and tablets. The Chinese manufacturer is also taking a leaf out of Samsung’s playbook as it moves towards developing its own SoC, the result of which can be seen in the MediaPad 10 FHD tablet. Thanks to a recent FCC filing, we now know that a US entrance may not be too far behind.
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New Samsung tablets hit FCC: LTE version of Galaxy Note 10.1 and a mystery 10-incher

by: AdrianAugust 9, 2012

Samsung has never denied it has trouble making Android tablets thrive, especially now, that it has lost quite a few battles in the legal war against Apple. But that doesn’t mean the smartphone kings won’t put up a fight.

According to some fresh FCC filings, Sammy seems to be preparing the launch of two new Android tablets in the near future, going by the codenames SGH-i497 and GT-P8110. And while we already knew part of the company’s tablet plans for this fall, that second gadget is a complete surprise.

This is the first time we’ve been hearing about the GT-P8110 codename, and, frankly, we have no idea what to make of this tablet. FCC’s internal certification [...]

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Possible Sony Xperia tablet passes through FCC

by: Ankit BanerjeeAugust 3, 2012

Android devices have struggled in a tablet market dominated by Apple’s iPad. Even though some reports suggest that Android tablets are on the rise, spearheaded by the Amazon Kindle Fire and the recently released Nexus 7, a true iPad competitor is yet to arrive. Not for a lack of effort, of course. Companies like ASUS, Samsung, Acer, and Sony have some amazing high-end tablets available or on the way, but none have caught the public’s attention the way the iPad did.

Sony has been having a bad time in the highly competitive smartphone arena, but is hoping for a better time when it comes to the tablet world. There have been a lot of rumors of Sony’s [...]

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FCC tells Verizon to pay $1.25 million and unblock tethering apps

by: Derek RossJuly 31, 2012


The FCC reached a settlement with Verizon Wireless that will result in customers being able to download and use tethering apps from the Google Play Store. This act will also allow customers to WiFi tether without incurring the $20 fee for enabling your phones mobile hot spot feature. In addition, Verizon Wireless, the nations largest carrier, will have to pay the U.S Treasury $1.25 million and implement a compliance plan to ensure this does not happen again.

Under the terms of today’s settlement, Verizon Wireless will make a voluntary payment to the Treasury in the amount of $1.25 million, and has committed to notifying the application store operator that [...]

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