D-Link's diminutive MyPocket 3G, which takes a 3G connection and outputs it as Wi-Fi, just got approved and poorly photographed by the FCC. It's definitely destined for North America, since it uses our local 3G GSM bands.
We don't have much more information on the MyPocket just yet—we know it can handle up to 7.2Mbps signals, and the GSM bands used (850 and 1900MHz) mean it could hit either AT&T or T-Mobile. The FCC is one of the last stops to full-on production, so we should be seeing more of it pretty soon. [FCC via Engadget]