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.
Sprint responds to US Justice Department’s request to FCC to temporarily halt Sprint merger with Softbank.
Prior to its official unveiling, details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 have been leaking left and right, leaving very little room for imagination. Providing an extra clue is the 8-inch Galaxy Note’s FCC pitstop.
Sony’s new super phone may be water and dust resistant, but it is certainly not FCC resistant.
The mystery HTC device bears the PL80110 codename, which closely resemble the codename of the HTC One SV on Cricket, PL80120.
The Dish Network and Sprint rivalry has been going on quietly behind larger events like CES 2013. However, the two companies continue to battle as Dish asks the FCC to freeze the Sprint and Softbank deal.
We know that Verizon is going to launch an LTE variant of the Galaxy Note 10.1 pretty soon. Now, it looks like Sprint will also be releasing the Note 10.1 in LTE flavor.