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 »
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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 »
We saw what is most likely the next Nexus from LG pop up courtesy of some FCC docs last night. After further scrutiny, additional details have been uncovered.
The phone will feature a 4.96-inch screen (hence Nexus 5 is the logical name). We have to think at that size this will be a ... Read More »
Now that Google really kicked off the Nexus 5 rumors, we’re on a roll. Today’s tasty tidbit comes courtesy of the FCC, which just green-lighted a new LG device that looks remarkably like the rumored new Nexus device that a Google employee was spotted using. In ... Read More »
New FCC documentation shows the Verizon HTC One has been cleared for use in North America. According to the FCC documents, the PN07310 features WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC and Verizon-friendly LTE (band 13).While there are no clues regarding the Verizon HTC One’s launch date within the FCC documentation, the government’s seal of approval is typically the ... Read More »
Google is not afraid to be disruptive. They’ve proved it time and time again with services like Google Voice, software like Android and most recently, with Google Fiber; Google’s experiment in being an Internet and television provider that threatens to turn an entire industry on its head. So what’s next? How about a wireless network?
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Want some substantial evidence that Google will be releasing a Nexus 7 equipped with 3G next Monday? Look no further than a trusty FCC filing detailing the device.
Labeled as the ME370TG (the WiFi only Nexus 7 was labeled ME370T), the Nexus 7 with 3G radios has just passed through the FCC, tagged with a ... Read More »
You probably remember the ASUS MeMO 370T from CES as we freaked out a bit when NVIDIA pulled it out during their press conference and reeled off a laundry list of fantastic specs and then dropped the bomb on us that it would retail for $250. The basic response to that was “give ... Read More »