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OLPC XO 1.5 hits the FCC

The XO 1.5 laptop from OLPC is basically an incremental update to the original XO Laptop. The new model replaces the AMD Geode processor with a faster VIA C7-M CPU, but that’s the most significant change. This week the XO 1.5 hit the FCC, confirming that the laptop supports 802.11b/g WiFi. It also has 1GB […]

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HP Smartbook hits the FCC

HP has already said that the Qualcomm Snapdragon-based smartbook running Google Android that it was showing off at CES earlier this month was just a prototype and isn’t ready for prime time yet. But there’s mounting evidence that the company is planning to launch something in the smartbook space. Wireless Goodness spotted an FCC listing […]

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FIC Daria SVE00 hits the FCC

Remember that funny looking FIC netbook that we spotted the other day? The one with a lid that’s smaller than the base of the notebook? It looks like it could be headed to the US soon. The FCC has published a series of documents related to the FIC Daria SVE00. I’m still guessing that the […]

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Two more Foxconn netbooks hit the FCC

Hot on the heels of the Foxconn SZ901P, two more models from this Taiwanese OEM have popped up on the FCC web site. There’s not a ton of information about these new models, but we do have a bunch of photos, including some pictures of the computers’ innards. Here’s what we do know. The new […]

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HP is working on new wireless netbooks, tablets

Every now and again the FCC will publish a document that will completely ruin the surprise launch of an upcoming product. And sometimes companies do a much better job of covering their tracks by requesting the FCC hide some of the good stuff behind a confidentiality agreement. It looks like HP is taking the latter […]