HTC Iris Approved By the FCC
Aug 14, 2007, 6:40 AM by (staff)
Updated. The FCC approved a new CDMA smartphone by HTC yesterday. The documents make clear that is has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, in addition to CDMA EV-DO. Additional rumors around this device claim it's a Windows Mobile candybar with a thumb keyboard similar in style to new Blackberries. No carriers have announced plans to carry this device, but it is compatible with Verizon and Sprint's networks.
Planet Computers is on a mission to bring back that very specific type of PDA that tried to put a proper QWERTY keyboard in your pocket. No, not a thumb-board like your phone, more like a shrunken laptop.
Oct 22, 2018
Google has updated its GBoard keyboard application for Android devices and given people the freedom to move it around. Tapping on the "> " button in the conjures up a menu box with the option to unmoor the keyboard from the bottom of the screen.
Sep 14, 2017
Google today kicked off a teaser campaign for a phone-based announcement that will take place on October 4. The company launched a web site with the address of madeby.google.com, and it specifically asks people what they want from their phones.
May 23, 2018
HTC today announced the U12+, its flagship handset for the year. The phone carries over the "liquid design" from last year's U11, but updates the color selection for the metal-and-glass chassis.
Jan 24, 2020
Two interesting new approvals for unannounced Samsung phones appeared on the FCC web site this week. The limited info available in the FCC filings indicate that they are flagship-level phones, which will presumably be announced at next month's Unpacked event in San Francisco.
It's the Palm Gandalf.
I guess it's another HTC made Treo.
I'm wondering when the HTC Tilt is going to come out on AT&T.
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