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Networks seem to be expanding all over America lately, and with T-Mobile USA free from the looming acquisition by AT&T, the fourth place carrier is back in full swing with their own build-outs. This week, they announced that they will invest a whopping $4 billion over an undisclosed amount of time in order to... Read more...
AT&T is playing a game of catch-up on the 4G LTE front, trying to keep up with its biggest rival, Verizon (and not yet succeeding in doing so). AT&T will close the gap a bit, at least for now, with a dozen new 4G LTE deployments in cities around the country. Although there’s no hard date or even a given... Read more...
Look who else is getting into the LTE game, and with Windows 8 support in tow. Option, a company that already knows a thing or two about wireless tech, has just announced a new 4G LTE module, the GTM801 which is footprint compatible with the 3G LGA module, the GTM601. Option's embedded solutions provide flexible alternatives: manufacturers... Read more...
Fraunhofer IIS may not be a super familiar name in the consumer realm, but in the world of research, there's hardly a company that comes up with crazier things than these guys and girls. The company has chosen Mobile World Congress as the place to present the world's first Full-HD Voice mobile phone calls over an LTE... Read more...
Mobile World Congress is just around the bend, and that means a deluge of new smartphones comin' atcha. As if there hasn't already been a waterfall of them for the past few years. At any rate, LG is following up on the Optimus Vu announcement with a little tap-and-go announcement, as the Optimus LTE Tag is going to be the company's newest,... Read more...
ZTE announced a pair new LTE smartphones ahead of next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the PF200 and N910, both of which will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The 1.2GHz PF200 has a 4.3-inch QHD touch screen and 8MP rear-facing and 1080p front-facing cameras as well as Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, A-GPS, DLNA, and MHL for optimal connectivity... Read more...
Wondering what's next for Clearwire? You probably aren't alone. The company that launched with WiMAX, and then sided with LTE, is still in a state of transition, and the Sprint tie-in makes things even more complicated / interesting. In the company's Q4 2011 earnings report, they notched greatly improved revenue and... Read more...
Verizon's "DROID" branding has worked out well for them. And the DROID RAZR Maxx is the latest in a long line of potent devices that rely on Google's Android operating system. The RAZR Maxx, up until this point, was barely official. But now, there's an entire product portfolio page on Motorola's website, including a snippet that mentions a... Read more...
In the first half of this year, Sprint users in Dallas, Atlanta, Houston and San Antonio will be the first to be able to enjoy Sprint's new 4G LTE network. The move from Sprint's current 4G network technology, WiMAX, to the faster (and seemingly more popular) LTE standard is part of Sprint's overall network strategy known as Network Vision.... Read more...
Verizon has dealt with quite a few network hiccups of late, and now the carrier is taking a quick moment to come clean about their growing pains. By and large, their LTE rollout has gone smoothly. They've expanded very rapidly, and there's little to complain about when it comes to range and speed. But of course, nationwide outages cause a... Read more...
We already knew Sprint would be transitioning its 4G network from WiMAX to LTE, and now the wireless carrier has deployed its first LTE cluster. Earlier this year, Sprint launched its first multi-modal tower in Branchburg, New Jersey. Now, Sprint has also completed the rollout of its first cluster of sites in Kankakee, Illinois. As part of... Read more...
What's this? Yep, the back-and-forth surrounding the Galaxy Nexus continues, and unfortunately, it looks like the roller coaster is heading toward a dip, not a climb. While there's no doubt in anyone's mind that a 4G LTE-enabled Galaxy Nexus is en route for Verizon Wireless, we've received reason to believe that it won't be launching on 12/9,... Read more...
Seen spotty 4G LTE service today? You aren't alone. Veizon Wireless has confirmed "an issue" with the service that is causing trouble with select 4G devices. If you're using a 3G device, you're golden. The full message from the company is below: Verizon Wireless engineers have been working to resolve an issue with... Read more...
What's the perfect thing to shake off those Thanksgiving pounds? A new Android-based smartphone, of course. It's no fat-burner, per se, but LG's Nitro is certainly a scorcher. Announced today for use on AT&T, the Nitro HD is the first smartphone in the carrier's portfolio to boat a "true HD display," as well as... Read more...
The war of words is on in full force. Some say "4G." Some say "HSPA+." Some say "LTE." T-Mobile USA is calling their HSPA+ network "4G," and in turn, they're doubling the speed of their "4G network in 11 additional markets." T-Mobile’s faster 4G speeds (HSPA+ 42) are now available in 163 markets reaching nearly 180 million Americans.... Read more...
AT&T's LTE markets are on the move, but it's going to require LTE hardware to really get people hooked. The company just revealed their second 4G LTE-enabled tablet for customers, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. Customers will be able to pick it up in stores and online starting Nov. 20th, and for a limited time, customers who select a Samsung... Read more...
Read for AT&T LTE? Yeah, so are we. While some around here are lucky enough to be near one of the dozen or so AT&T LTE markets, the Big Apple has thus far been left out. Verizon Wireless is currently the American king of LTE (in terms of markets, anyway), but it's obvious that New York City is on the mind of the carrier. Speaking at... Read more...
AT&T, together with HTC and Samsung, announced the first LTE smartphones that will be available for the wireless carrier. Starting next week, you'll have the option of picking up the HTC Vivid or the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and surfing the web from AT&T's 4G LTE network (where coverage is available, of course). The official release... Read more...
We all knew Samsung wouldn't introduce an LTE-enabled Galaxy Nexus last week without having a Verizon Wireless SIM card up their sleeve, right? Just a few days later than expected, VZW has announced that they will indeed be a carrier for the Galaxy Nexus -- making them the first carrier in the States to fess up. A few UK carriers as well as... Read more...
Another new week, another new HTC device. Not that we're complaining, and people who aren't quite ready to spend $299 on a new LTE superphone will be pleased as well. The new HTC EVO Design 4G is the latest Android phone to come to Sprint, and it's boasting world phone capabilities as well. This one's supportive of WiMAX, too, and it relies... Read more...
Sprint may be rumbling out with LTE markets of their own in the coming months and years, but they're already way, way behind compared to Verizon Wireless' rollout. And they're falling further behind every single day. The company is rolling out new LTE markets at a wildly rapid pace, and at CTIA Enterprise and... Read more...
Only a few months late, Verizon is now offering its promised 4G LTE upgrades to Motorola Xoom users. The Xoom, the first Honeycomb (Android 3.x) tablet, shipped in March, while promising an LTE upgrade, which kept getting pushed out, and out, and out. eanwhile, Verizon has shipped other tablets that came with 4G LTE support built-in, such... Read more...
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