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Did LG's Optimus L5 handset sneak through the FCC?

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Remember LG's Android Gingerbread-loaded L-style series of smartphones from back at Mobile World Conference? While we can't be totally certain this is the case, it appears that the Optimus L5 handset recently passed through the FCC's subterranean lair. Buried within the testing report is the diagram pictured, displaying measurements...
Did LG's Optimus L5 handset sneak through the FCC?
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Unnamed Samsung exec says quad-core Exynos inside Galaxy S III, LTE on-chip

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An unnamed Samsung exec hinted to the Korea Times that its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S III, will include a next-gen quad-core Exynos chip that will incorporate LTE and WCDMA radios. Of course, such a revelation shouldn't come as too much of a surprise since both its predecessors were...
Unnamed Samsung exec says quad-core Exynos inside Galaxy S III, LTE on-chip

International Galaxy Note Users Can Finally (And Officially) Taste Ice Cream Sandwich

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Samsung has been teasing Galaxy Note users with the promise of Ice Cream Sandwich for months now, but now it seems like the consumer electronics giant has finally come through for their phablet fans. Multiple reports from European Note owners confirm that the long-awaited software update is hitting devices, though...
International Galaxy Note Users Can Finally (And Officially) Taste Ice Cream Sandwich

Kyocera Hydro bares all for the FCC

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What's a spankin' new Android phone to do hot off its CTIA 2012 debut? Why, stop by the FCC for an inside-out coming out party. The Kyocera-crafted handset outlined in the docs looks to be the recently unveiled Hydro, as the device's model number -- C5170 -- matches that...
Kyocera Hydro bares all for the FCC

ASUS MeMO 370T 7-inch tablet clears the FCC, leaves no trace of Ice Cream or Jelly behind

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The 7-inch ASUS Eee Pad MeMO ME370T we saw in early prototype form during CES just passed through the FCC. It's still only showing WiFi radios with no trace of a cellular connection, although if it's going to be the $249 standard bearer NVIDIA and ASUS were so excited...
ASUS MeMO 370T 7-inch tablet clears the FCC, leaves no trace of Ice Cream or Jelly behind

Samsung Galaxy S III is official: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, quad-core Exynos processor and gesture functions

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The Galaxy S III is Samsung's new flagship smartphone and it's finally broken cover at the company's stand-alone Mobile Unpacked event here in London. With a steady stream of fakes, outright leaks and even event rescheduling, Samsung's claimed almost crazy levels of interest for its new smartphone. Weighing in...
Samsung Galaxy S III is official: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, quad-core Exynos processor and gesture functions
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ZTE PF112 hands-on

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ZTE's other handset launch of note at MWC this year was the PF112 (pictured at right next to SGS 2.) First take away here was the 4.5-inch 1028 x 720 HD display which was really bright and clear -- and again we were a little shocked by the dichotomy...
ZTE PF112 hands-on

UBC Media strikes deal to become largest shareholder in audio sharing platform Audioboo

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Audioboo, the social audio sharing service has seen a shift in shares as UBC Media Group (UBC) announced a partnership with Imagination Technologies. In a bundle of announcements today, including its appointment to handle the global licensing and sales of the RadioPlayer Internet media player and a BSkyB contract providing...
UBC Media strikes deal to become largest shareholder in audio sharing platform Audioboo

Konka Falcon 3G hands-on

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It wouldn't be MWC without us spotting a phone manufacturer that's blatantly channeling the design spirit of another. You may remember Konka's appearances at trade shows past, but this year its new (but not completely finished) Falcon device was on the showfloor in Froyo and Gingerbread forms. Both white...
Konka Falcon 3G hands-on

BlackBerry Curve 9310 / 9320 turns up at FCC, fails to keep a low profile

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FCC docs can, from time to time, turn up some welcome device surprises. Not so in this recent RIM filing, as we're treated to yet another in a long line of leaks for the company's Curve 9310 / 9320. The BB OS 7.1 handset, bearing the FCC IDs L6AREY20CW...
BlackBerry Curve 9310 / 9320 turns up at FCC, fails to keep a low profile

Lenovo refreshes its ThinkPad T, W, L and X lines with Ivy Bridge processors, slightly retooled keyboards

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Now that Intel's Ivy Bridge specifications are finally out of the bag, you may as well resign yourselves to a deluge of PC refreshes over the coming months. Today Lenovo's up at bat, unveiling a slew of products under its business-friendly ThinkPad brand. If you were looking for a...
Lenovo refreshes its ThinkPad T, W, L and X lines with Ivy Bridge processors, slightly retooled keyboards

Samsung Officially Reveals The Galaxy S III In London, Will Launch In U.S. This Summer

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Samsung has just officially unveiled the long-awaited Galaxy S III at their event in London, and instead of boring you by telling you how momentous a moment this is for the company, I’m just going to jump right into the nitty-gritty. The Galaxy S III takes many of its design...
Samsung Officially Reveals The Galaxy S III In London, Will Launch In U.S. This Summer

HTC One S hands-on at MWC 2012

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The second of the One. That's another way to describe the HTC One S, the mid-range selection in the Taiwanese company's trio of new devices. Even though it should be considered middle of the road when being compared to a heavy hitter like the One X, it's not hurting...
HTC One S hands-on at MWC 2012

ZTE to unleash eight new phones at MWC, hopes multi-core chipsets and LTE push them into third place

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If the trio of slabs ZTE announced earlier this week weren't enough for you, sit tight, the outfit just announced it's bringing a total of eight new phones to Barcelona next week. The new handsets will reportedly flaunt multi-core processors, LTE radios and the latest versions of the Aneroid...
ZTE to unleash eight new phones at MWC, hopes multi-core chipsets and LTE push them into third place

Samsung's eeeny-weeny Galaxy Pocket is examined under the FCC's magnifying glass

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Once those wags at the FCC had finished joking about how difficult the Galaxy Pocket is to see with the human eye, it was time to get examining. Samsung's cellphone with a 2.8-inch display was revealed to be packing GSM 850 / 1900 and UMTS Band V radios that'll...
Samsung's eeeny-weeny Galaxy Pocket is examined under the FCC's magnifying glass

Homes wishlist: the best radios - in pictures

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Fifteen radios that will appeal to your eyes as well as your ears and to your eyes, from a £35 cardboard version to a £250 state-of-the-art machine...
Homes wishlist: the best radios - in pictures
HTC One X hits the FCC bound for AT&T

Motorola Solutions reports Q1 2012 sales of $2 billion, expects jump in Q2

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Motorola Solutions (MSI) -- the less familiar Motorola that makes radios, barcode scanners and such for government and enterprise sectors -- just posted sales of $2 billion for the first quarter of 2012. This is a seven percent boost over Moto's results from the same period last year, and...
Motorola Solutions reports Q1 2012 sales of $2 billion, expects jump in Q2

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 spotted at the FCC

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Intrigued by Samsung's new petite smartphone? Well, those not gearing up for quad-cores and high-definition screens can now spy some dizzying label placement details and more from its recent FCC visit. Expect the Galaxy Mini 2 to pack both 850 and 1900 GSM/GPRS/EDGE radios, meaning it'll be compatible with...
Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 spotted at the FCC
After 16 years in R&D, soldiers finally get ready to take Android phones into battle
iPad 3 to have LTE on Verizon and AT&T, says WSJ

Fujitsu, NICT create indoor navigation for the blind using ultrawideband, Android phones, kind hearts

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There's no shortage of navigation outdoors, and even a little bit of help indoors, but there's been precious little aid for the blind indoors -- leaving them little choice but to move cautiously or get outside help. Fujitsu and Japan's NICT have crafted a system that gives the sightless...
Fujitsu, NICT create indoor navigation for the blind using ultrawideband, Android phones, kind hearts
Broadcom promises dual-core power for budget prices
LiveLine makes yacht racing TV-friendly

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) makes a pass through the FCC

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It's March. Don't bother looking at your calendar, we fact-checked it for you. It would make sense, then, that the seven-inch sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Tab, slated for a March UK release, should work its way through the proper FCC certifications before its inevitable launch. The docs don't...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) makes a pass through the FCC

Nokia Lumia 610 pours out its insides to the FCC, gets accepted

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The Nokia Lumia 610 hasn't officially found a home in the US, but that doesn't stop it from paying the good 'ol FCC a visit either way. The entry-level Windows Phone sure put on quite the show, too, providing a full set of internal and external pics and a...
Nokia Lumia 610 pours out its insides to the FCC, gets accepted

Konka W900 hands-on

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, consider Konka the number one practitioner of that "craft." The company, (in)famous for its OEM-copycatting ways, has set up a booth here at CTIA 2012, letting us get some up close and personal time with its W900. The HTC-esque handset, previously...
Konka W900 hands-on

Sprint's HTC EVO 4G LTE zips into the FCC, zips back out again

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HTC's EVO 4G LTE swung down on a rope of white mercy and straight into the FCC's cold and dark underground bunker. Given that the device is exclusive to Sprint, it's no surprise to see that it'll slurp down LTE from the network's Band 25. There's also the usual...
Sprint's HTC EVO 4G LTE zips into the FCC, zips back out again
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