In order to provide phone service in buildings and in heavily trafficked, metropolitan areas, carriers need to provide service on low-band frequency spectrum. And in order for T-Mobile to acquire more low-band spectrum, it is fighting the FCC to change a few things.
In a post on the official T-Mobile newsroom website, Kathleen ... Read More »
One of the best things about the Chromecast is how well it continues to work with little to no fuss since its release. It doesn’t need to be updated in any way. It keeps working with any and all new content you can throw at it. For $35, the Chromecast will theoretically continue to ... Read More »
Motorola’s Droid Maxx series of devices are well loved for their humongous batteries and well hated for their exclusivity. Thankfully, it looks like one of those is about to change. If some documents recently filed with the FCC pan out, it looks like AT&T could see a Maxx device of their very own.
HTC’s oft-rumored Nexus 9 tablet has made a stop at the FCC, confirming its reality. Rumors and reports regarding the Nexus 9 tablet, codenamed Flounder, have abounded for months, but it’s good to have confirmation of the device’s existence. What we don’t know, however, is when the device will be released. Read More »
Samsung’s metal Samsung Galaxy Alpha has made a quick stop at the FCC on its way to mass release. Rumors have been swirling for months now, and it seems that a release could finally be drawing nigh. The FCC documents reference a phone under the name of SM-G850F, which ... Read More »
Samsung has released quite a few smart watches this year, and still has plans for more. There are rumors of a smart watch with a SIM slot that works independently of your smartphone, as well as an Android Wear smart watch to be sold alongside all the Tizen powered ones the company has already released. ... Read More »
The NVIDIA SHIELD is coming up on its first birthday and, while its still a great device, it’s about due for a refresh. Fortunately, it appears that one is on the way as a new NVIDIA product resembling the SHIELD has just passed through the FCC. The P2570 can be seen in a render looking like a very ... Read More »
For many of us, the idea of the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact was simply brilliant. Sony took the full size Xperia Z1, shrunk it down, and created the Z1 Compact. All of the high-end specs were retained in a small body with a 4.3-inch display. Truly good small devices are hard to come by these ... Read More »
With less than five weeks to go before the All New HTC One (aka the HTC M8) is unveiled to the world on March 25, the has been certified for use in North America by the FCC. The HTC M8′s certification documentation show the phone will sport AT&T LTE comparability with bands 2, 4, 5, ... Read More »
Samsung’s tablets haven’t really been on our radar lately, purely because most of them have been for the budget market (not price wise, but spec wise). Sure, there were a few good ones (the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition comes to mind), but Samsung has released a lot of low end tablets. But it seems ... Read More »