As part of its drive to offer Internet access to more and more people in the U.S., Google has been working closely with the FCC to make a public TV whitespace database available to all. The search giant started a test program a couple of months back, and now the FCC has finally approved of its use. This means that Google can finally begin operating this database which will be accessible to the public. This whitespace database is primarily a system that will support unlicensed radio devices that transmit on unused spectrum channels in the wireless bands normally used by…
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 managed to pass through the FCC with nary a hitch. However, its version of 4G LTE won’t work in the U.S.
Many politicians have already risen up to announce support for ending the ban on cellphone unlocking in the United States. Now FCC Chairman nominee Tom Wheeler has also voiced support for unlocking of phones. Read on to learn more!
Though the FCC filing lists another model number with “X” in the designation, we are still a bit baffled by what is going on. If we’re to believe all these Motorola devices with that letter in the model number, then we have to ask why Dennis Woodside declared the X FON was a single device.
A 7-inch Asus tablet spotted at the Bluetooth SIG with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean reportedly under the hood seems to be the new Nexus 7, according to recently found FCC documentation.
These past few months have been a whirlwind of Samsung Galaxy rumors, leaks, announcements and FCC leaks. Today, the Samsung GT-P5210 took a trip through the FCC office, indicating that the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is coming soon, but at the same time revealing very little information on specifications.
So far, the Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet has only been made available with Wi-Fi connectivity. Will Samsung ever release a model with 4G LTE? FCC docs point to yes; destination: AT&T.
A new unannounced Motorola handset has been spotted at the FCC, the XT1056, which is now seen as a candidate for Sprint’s future Google X Phone. Read on to find out!
A new FCC filing reveals details about a Samsung SM-T310 tablet which seems to be the right candidate for that rumored Galaxy Tab 3 8.0. Read on to find out why this could be the first 8-inch Galaxy Tab model.
The Sony Xperia A, which could be the next top smartphone coming from the company this year, has paid a visit to the FCC, revealing some of its details in the process. Read on to find out more about the handset!