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Asus Eee Pad SL101 slides into the FCC

The Asus Eee Pad Slider is due out in Poland next month, and while Asus North America hasn’t announced a US launch date yet, it’s already up for pre-order at some stores in the States. Now the Slider has shown up at the FCC website, which is a pretty good indication that launch day is […]

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Archos 35 Home Connect user manual shows up at the FCC

The Archos 35 Home Connect is a small Android-powered device that’s not really a phone or an internet tablet. Instead it’s more like a clock radio on steroids, or what a Chumby or Sony Dash would be if they ran Android and had access to thousands of Android applications. Archos introduced the device last month, and […]

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HTC Puccini tablet struts its 4G at the FCC

Word on the street is that HTC is working on a 10 inch Android tablet code-named Puccini. While the company hasn’t yet confirmed the existence of this device, something that sure looks like a 10 inch HTC tablet just popped up on the FCC web site. There aren’t any photos posted and the only specs […]

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Motorola XOOM 4G LTE upgrade clears the FCC

There are two updates Motorola promised when launching the XOOM tablet in February. First, the microSD card slot would eventually work. Second, the company would offer a free upgrade which would allow users to send in their 3G capable tablets to receive a 4G LTE modem. The first promise is finally starting to come true. […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with AT&T 3G coming soon

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 went on sale around the country this week — but only the WiFi model. If you’re holding out for a version with built-in 3G wireless capabilities you’re going to have to wait a little longer, but not too long. Wireless Goodness spotted an FCC listing for a version of the […]

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Sony S2 dual screen tablet hits the FCC

Sony’s dual-screen Android tablet moved one step closer to launch this week with the filing of documents at the FCC. The FCC listing doesn’t provide many new details about the Sony S2, but it will apparently support 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, and support for AT&T’s 3G mobile broadband network. Engadget suggests that the device could also […]

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This week at the FCC tablets: eReaders, tablets, and… tablets oh my

It’s been a busy week for FCC filings. This week two new Samsung tablets showed up at the Federal Communications Commission web site, competing touchscreen eBook readers from Kobo and Barnes & Noble also made appearances, and a few other goodies showed up as well. Here’ s a brief roundup of items that may be […]