Search Results For: lte.aspx

Verizon Wireless is bringing 4G LTE mobile broadband to 24 new markets starting today. With this addition, Verizon Wireless claims it is offering 4G LTE to more than 75 percent of the U.S. population. In all, Verizon Wireless now offers 4G LTE in 371 markets across the country. “Our 4G LTE network is currently... Read more...
There's no shortage of competition in the smartphone market. While Samsung and Apple may be two of the top manufacturers, there are plenty of other big-name players that are posting very respectable numbers. LG recently announced it has sold more than five million LTE smartphones worldwide. Perhaps even more interesting is the fact that LG... Read more...
Sprint is working hard to roll out its 4G LTE network as fast as it can. Although the wireless carrier hasn't made any official announcements regarding LTE availability in the Bay Area Peninsula, users have already reported LTE connectivity around Palo Alto and Mountain View. In early July, rumors suggested the San... Read more...
Watching broadcast TV on a mobile device has been a consumer’s dream for years, starting way back when you could buy a handheld TV with long antennae like the Sony Watchman. Yet as our phones have evolved into small computing powerhouses, the concept of watching TV on one has become less about broadcast TV and more about streaming content... Read more...
Verizon Wireless customers have reason to celebrate today, at least the ones using Android devices. Following an investigation, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruled that VZW is not allowed to block third-party tethering apps on Android devices, and must also pay a $1.25 million fine to settle the... Read more...
ZTE may not be a well-known brand in the US yet, but the company is definitely beginning to gain traction as it introduces more and more devices. While we've seen some low-cost ZTE phones in the past with entry-level specs, the latest leak shows a high-end phone designed for Sprint. The purported ZTE Flash could be coming to Sprint as early... Read more...
All of the major carriers in the US are racing to roll out their fourth-generation LTE networks. Sprint and AT&T both announced new expansion plans today. For starters, Sprint is planning to offer 4G LTE service in four new cities before Labor Day. Those cities include Baltimore, MD; Gainesville, GA; Manhattan / Junction City, KS; and... Read more...
Earlier this year, Verizon Wireless set out to cover more than 400 markets with its 4G LTE network by the end of the year. With the addition of 33 new markets and the expansion in 32 additional markets, the wireless carrier appears to be right on track to reach that goal. Starting today, Verizon Wireless customers in a total of 337 markets... Read more...
Sometimes, other nations get to have all of the fun. And in this case, it's Japan. The country is home to some of the world's most amazing technological innovations, and the new Fujitsu Arrows X is certainly one of those. It's the country's first quad-core LTE Tegra phone, boasting NVIDIA's Tegra 3, an LTE radio... Read more...
Sprint customers who have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the carrier's 4G LTE network won't have to wait much longer. On July 15, Sprint will flip the switch and turn on its 4G LTE network in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City and San Antonio. Sprint plans to launch LTE service in other parts of the country in 2012 as well, though... Read more...
Ready for yet another Android superphone? It's here, and it's on AT&T. Sony's first 4G LTE smartphone is the Xperia Ion, and it's in stores and available to order online today for $99.99 on a two-year contract. That's actually on the low end of the pricing scale for LTE phones, and the Ion is certainly one of the... Read more...
Verizon Wireless is turning on 4G LTE service in 46 new markets today and expanding coverage in an addition 22 markets. With this announcement, Verizon Wireless will now offer 4G LTE coverage in more than 300 markets throughout the United States. Although Verizon Wireless already has a large 4G network, they're not stopping yet. By the end... Read more...
We all knew 3G wasn't the end, and even 4G has been short lived; there's LTE to think about now! But as with all technology, progress will keep on pushing forward, and T-Mobile is already thinking ahead. The U.S. carrier has recently announced multi-year agreements with Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks to support... Read more...
Samsung announced right around 24 hours ago that the Galaxy S III would come to the U.S. on five of its carriers, and slowly but surely, carriers are confirming their own models one by one. AT&T is joining that crowd, but there's a twist. Outside of offering the Pebble Blue and Marble White versions that everyone... Read more...
Sprint announced a new mobile hotspot that supports the carrier's upcoming 4G LTE network as well as its currently available 4G WiMAX and 3G networks. The Sierra Wireless 4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot will be available May 18 for $99.99 after a mail-in-rebate and with a two-year service agreement. The device supports up to... Read more...
Clearwire may not be the name in wireless that it once was when WiMAX was alive and well in North America, but there's no quit in these folks. The company is moving with the punches, announcing this week plans to launch a TDD-LTE network to serve 4G "hot zones" in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle... Read more...
Guess what, Lumia 900 users? You've got an update to download. Already, just days after launch, Nokia's new Windows Phone-based flagship has an update, and it's to fix some lingering data connectivity issues that some customers were facing. Nokia knows that they have to nail this launch if they ever want Windows Phone to be a major player... Read more...
After Verizon Wireless expands its 4G LTE network to 27 new markets and adds additional coverage in 44 markets on Thursday, April 19, the wireless carrier will cover more than two-thirds of the U.S. population with its fast LTE network, and the company isn't done yet. By the end of this year, Verizon Wireless plans to... Read more...
Looks like there will be one less player in the semiconductor market meant to shape up 4G LTE chips. With LTE becoming more and more important from a global perspective, companies that craft LTE radio chips will undoubtedly make loads of money if they can land deals with phone OEMs. But it sounds like one that was destined to work at the end... Read more...
It's no secret that 4G LTE smartphones are unbelievably popular right now. Of course, who wouldn't want a phone that can surf the web at drastically faster speeds than with previous technologies? New research from Strategy Analytics expects 4G technology to have a breakout year in 2012. In fact, the research firm... Read more...
According to reports from S4GRU, HTC's new flagship phone, the One X, could become one of Sprint's first LTE handsets. Referring to the One X as the HTC Jet, unnamed "internal Sprint" sources have stated the wireless carrier will be getting this LTE-equipped phone on June 10. Of course, this date is still a few months away, but it's interesting... Read more...
Cricket may not strike you as being a major wireless player, but they're actually bringing on their fair share of customers; mostly folks who are tired of playing the contract game. And with that, comes expectations. With the major carriers jumping hastily to LTE, Cricket has announced a new deal with Clearwire (a five-year agreement) that... Read more...
First ... Prev 2 3 4 5 6 Next ... Last