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T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Approved by the FCC

While there’s no official confirmation yet, according to an FCC official quoted by The Verge, the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint has received the necessary votes from the commissioners. It is said that three of the five commissioners voted “yes’” on this merger, while two commissioners voted “no” claiming that could hurt competition. The

Multiple upcoming Motorola smartphones revealed by the FCC

Motorola is expected to reveal a handful of devices this year, and we’re now getting a very good idea of what to expect thanks to a detailed FCC listing, which has revealed two separate variants of the 3rd gen Moto G, along with the Motorola “Kinzie” which could be the next DROID flagship on Verizon. However, this

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AT&T fined $100 million for throttling data speeds

AT&T’s tussle with the FCC doesn’t seem to be coming to an end as the carrier has been slapped a fine of $100 million over allegations of data throttling for users on its unlimited plans. It is said that users have complained about not having consistent data speeds with the throttling taking place for an

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Sony Xperia Z4 gets FCC certification

The Sony Xperia Z4 has been rumored to launch soon. It seems like the day is nearing now as the smartphone has made its way to the FCC for certification. Without giving much of the details, the handset here is revealed to be packing a myriad of LTE bands, which should make it ideal for

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Sprint slapped $105 million fine by the FCC

It seems like Sprint’s bad time in the mobile industry won’t be coming to an end anytime soon. The carrier has just been imposed a massive penalty of $105 million by the FCC for billing customers towards services like text messages, horoscopes and ringtones. Interestingly, AT&T was found guilty of something similar back in October and had

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Motorola Nexus 6 hits the FCC for certification

It’s all but confirmed that the upcoming Nexus smartphone will be made by Motorola. Providing further clarification on this is a new listing on FCC’s official page, which makes a clear mention of the Motorola and Google flagship. However, due to a confidentiality clause, the listing doesn’t really mention a whole lot apart from the

Archos Android-Powered Laptop Spotted At The FCC

It looks like Archos may be releasing an Android-powered laptop in the US market soon as an FCC listing shows such a device for inspection. Showing up over at the FCC website is a device called the Archos 101 Droid Book which isn’t a surprise since the company recently applied for a trademark on the

LG G Pro 2 Lite for Verizon makes its way to the FCC

A new FCC listing has revealed the existence of the LG G Pro 2 Lite with support for Verizon’s network bands, hinting at an imminent release. As the name probably indicates, the smartphone will be a midrange offering with a similar appearance as the bigger G Pro 2 phablet, but packing a slightly under powered

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Sprint fined $7.5 million by the FCC for Do-Not-Call violations

America’s third largest carrier, Sprint has landed into new trouble as the FCC has fined them $7.5 million for Do-Not-Call related violations. Customers have reportedly been getting calls from telemarketers and other ad groups despite opting to be put on the Do-Not-Call list, which is why Sprint has been pulled up by the FCC. It

OnePlus One Gets FCC Approval

One of the highly anticipated Android devices to be released this year is the OnePlus One. Who wouldn’t be interested in getting a device that comes with high end specifications and a price starting at only $299? Several select markets around the world will be getting this device and now that it has successfully passed

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ASUS Padfone with a keyboard dock spotted at the FCC

ASUS’ Padfone series of devices are renowned for their unique concept and has been widely successful for the company over the past couple of years. And it seems like ASUS is prepping the launch of a new one as a similar device has cropped up at the FCC. What’s interesting about this device though is the

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Two new LG tablets make their way to the FCC

Two new LG tablets have just surfaced at the FCC with different display sizes. The tablets listed here are known as the LG V700 and LG V400. While there’s not much info available from the listing, some hints give us an idea of what to expect. The V700 has been listed with a landscape orientation, which

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet swings by FCC with Verizon-friendly LTE bands

Plagued by component shortages and thus unable to commercially launch the Xperia Z2 smartphone as swiftly as they’d have liked, Sony seems to be taking up the backup strategy to its 2014 world domination plan. Namely, the Japanese have their sights set on making Z2’s big brother, the aptly named Xperia Z2 Tablet, available on

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FCC listing reveals the Sony Xperia Z2 Compact

Sony has made it public that its flagship devices will be upgraded every six months. We saw this with the Xperia Z1 which launched in September and was shortly replaced by the Xperia Z2 which broke cover in February. It seems like the Japanese manufacturer will follow the same strategy for its mini handsets too.