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by Derek Kessler
Apr 26, 2011
Our searches of FCC filings just became more difficult, with webOS products now filed under HP’s less-friendly alphanumeric codes. But the HP Pre 3 just popped up, and there are a few things that...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 24, 2011
While the US version of the Veer has already arrived in the FCC's database, you didn't really think that HP would let their worldwide reach go to waste by ignoring Europe, did you? Enter the P160UEU...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 18, 2011
During the Think Beyond presentation, HP SVP Jon Rubinstein mentioned that devices like the HP Veer, Pre 3, and TouchPad would be context-aware of which Touchstone charge they were sitting on and...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 12, 2011
About the only surprise related to the Veer appearing in the FCC's systems is that it was filed under the Palm filing code instead of HP's. It's also a bit of a surprise to some that both the FCC...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 19, 2010
Right on cue the Palm Pre 2 has passed through the testing labs of the FCC, sporting fresh “this won’t boil your brains” certifications. The newly certified phones don’t come with any further...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 06, 2010
Ever since it was revealed that the P102UEU had gone through the wireless certification battery of the FCC, PreCentral’s forum members and the fine folks at WebOS Internals have been digging...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 06, 2010
  The Palm P102UEU, presumed to be the Palm Pre 2 (or Palm Pre Double Plus) has cropped up in the FCC databases, as noted by the fine chaps at Engadget. P102, as you may recall, is the model type...
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by Dieter Bohn
Mar 27, 2010
  The O8F-PIXUW has popped up at the FCC, aka the P121UNA, aka a GSM Palm Pixi Pixi with North American radio bands, aka the forthcoming Palm Pixi Plus on AT&T.  Oh, FCC code names aren't...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 13, 2010
Our man ToniCipriani (of the PreCentral forums, not Grand Theft Auto fame) is a sleuth of the FCC variety. Digging through the files for manufacturer O8F, known around these parts as Palm, Inc,...
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by Derek Kessler
Jan 26, 2010
Both Verizon and AT&T have recently dropped the price of their unlimited voice plans from $100 to $70 a month. While we (we being the tech media) generally assumed that the price cuts were an...