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The 4G LTE edition of Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet is now available at the Google Play store.
Aio has announced the launch of their 4G LTE service and the ZTE Overture Jelly Bean smartphone which features support for the network.
AT&T wants to keep its GoPhone prepaid customer base happy and that's why AT&T is finally letting those prepaid customers do the 4G LTE dance too.
The other carriers may already be rocking some 4G LTE high-speed action, but Sprint is slowly but surely catching up at this high-speed game too. San Francisco got its first taste of Sprint LTE about a month ago, but now coverage has expanded in "some pockets" of the city that were missing out the first time around.
MetroPCS has brought out a range of simpler 4G plans, at reasonable prices without any strange usage limits or barriers stopping 4G data usage.
Christmas comes early for 29 new Verizon markets that now have LTE services turned on in their area.
Own an HTC Evo 4G LTE on Sprint's network? Good news, Jelly Bean is arriving today, or so we hope! The news arrived last night by way of an anonymous tipster reporting to Android Police.
Tired of waiting around for the LG Nexus 4 in the United States? Want it now? Well, you can't quite get it yet unless you are willing to go with the T-Mobile version and get it for $199.99. Still, there is another option, the LG Optimus G.
Ifixit has managed to get ahold of the phone and have made some pretty interesting observations, including the discovery of what appears to be a 4G LTE chip inside the phone.
When Samsung lost its major legal battle to Apple, Mobile Magazine warned that the battle was far from over. There would be appeals, and likely future lawsuits. Since then, Apple has prepped a new lawsuit against Apple and now even Samsung has confirmed they are going to war with Apple over the iPhone 5.
The expansion effort plans to launch to 10 new cities in Canada on October 1st. Which lucky cities are making the cut? Kingston, Edmonton, Quebec City, Oakville, Burlington, London, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Barrie.
T-Mobile and Orange recently announced they were coming together with EE to bring 4G LTE to the United Kingdom. At the time of the announcement they planed to roll out several great devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 820, and others. That wasn't it though, one device was purposely left off: the iPhone 5.
Want 4G LTE in London? Your wish is about to be granted, thanks to a brand new company called EE. For those that don't know, EE isn't really a new company though- it is ran by Orange and T-Mobile.
HTC isn't nearly the market leader it was at one time, but that doesn't seem to be stopping the company from attempting to bring new products to the market. A new rumor suggests HTC will be bringing a new smartphone to the Verizon Network, the HTC Desire 4G LTE.
While Rogers has had LTE available in Canada for a while now, it has been slow to share the LTE love with its faithful companion, Fido. Earlier this year, we looked at hints of Fido getting 4G LTE, and last month Fido even officially stated that 4G LTE was coming soon. Roger's budget sub-brand is now finally catching up to speed with 4G LTE, with service in Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Saint John's, Toronto and Vancouver all going live today.
The Droid Razr M 4G LTE is on its way, and despite no official announcement yet, we know just about everything there is to know about the upcoming Droid Razr Maxx successor.
Despite more recent offerings like the HTC One X and the Galaxy S III, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G is still easily one of the best Android smartphones out there. And you can get one for just a penny.
Let's face it, RIM isn't exactly everyone's favorite brand anymore and the first time around the company found little success with its Playbook tablet. Now, more than a year later than originally announced, RIM has brought us the 4G LTE-enabled Blackberry Playbook Tablet.
The Taiwanese company has announced that it will be revealing something "INCREDIBLE" this week and sure enough, they did.
The Jetpack 890L has arrived, allowing Verizon users to share their 4G LTE connection on the go with up to 10 WiFi devices at once
It seems that T-Mobile is hard at work addressing two big gaps in its service, the lack of 4G LTE and the lack of an iPhone.
Not to be confused with that old HTC EVO 4G, the new HTC EVO 4G LTE has been officially announced and unveiled by Dan Hesse and the team at Sprint. Those last three letters make all the difference
Can you see my tweet? Can you read my email? Can you... Uh oh. It looks like Verizon is having some serious technical issues with its 4G LTE network as customers clear across the United States are reporting outages.
LG's newest flagship device has arrived on Verizon, but haven't we seen this device before? Essentially, the LG Spectrum is in fact very similar to the 4G LTE supporting LG Nitro HD on AT&T and the LG Optimus LTE north of the border with Bell. Beneath it's 4.5-inch IPS display beats the heart of a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 1,830mAh battery and 4GB of internal storage, supplemented by 16GB of microSD memory.
The exact definition of what consistutes 4G is still all kinds of murky, but what is clear is that Telus will be catching up to its Canadian "Big 3" counterparts today with the launch of its 4G LTE network. Bell and Rogers already launched their respective LTE networks, so it's only a natural play for Telus to do the same.
Vodafone's German arm will launch the device "sometime soon." The Velocity is a variant of the HTC Vivid LTE handset that was released in the US on AT&T’s network in the previous year.
AT&T looks to be in a good position to attract quite a number of customers with their newly announced Android and Windows devices with LTE capabilities. But it’s not going to be easy for the carrier as Verizon has had a head start in deploying LTE in the US and has now announced new 4G LTE-powered smartphones, the Motorola Droid 4 and the Droid RAZR MAXX, at CES.
Samsung has officially announced the LTE-equipped Galaxy Note. AT&T will be hooking up the device with its brand new 4G LTE service.
On January 8th, just a mere three days away, it seems that a new tablet from Pantech will be hitting the AT&T network.
Well, Motorola is ready to introduce another generation of Mototablet and they're doing it with the strangely named Droid Xyboard.
More is almost always better than less. Verizon’s new deal for 4G LTE smartphone owners certainly offers more, and at no extra cost. For a limited time Verizon is doubling your data cap on an existing or new 4G LTE plan. This deal will apply to current and new customers that are willing to sign up for a two year commitment. The promotion will go into effect on November 8th, just days before the release of the highly anticipated 4G LTE-compatible Motorola Droid RAZR.
Rogers Wireless recently launched its LTE network in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Ottawa, supposedly giving you speeds that might be even faster than what you have at home or at work. I had the opportunity to try out the only Rogers LTE device at the moment -- the Sierra Wireless AirCard 313U mobile broadband modem -- and this is what I found.
Right around that same time frame, Sprint will start rolling out its 4G LTE coverage. The deployment will start around the middle of next year and will be "largely completed" by 2013.
This Sunday, September 18th, AT&T will officially offer LTE service to the first five launch markets (Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio). In what we could call a "beta" launch for several weeks now, AT&T has still yet to launch a compatible LTE smartphone. The HTC tablet, USB data sticks, and the Elevate 4G mobile hotspot will work on the new high-speed network.
So, how is the "real" 4G network from AT&T going to stack up? According to a quick Speedtest on the new LTE network, it's pretty darn fast... probably faster than many of your home connections. The video embedded here shows an HTC Jetstream tablet connected to the newfangled AT&T 4G LTE network. It then runs the usual test at Speedtest.net, yielding an impressive 22Mbps download speed.
The key factor that differentiates the Fujitsu Arrows Tab from all other tablets is that its rugged and runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb, of course, is its not the only ruggedized Android on the street. Competition is good. We heard rumors about the Arrows Tab being waterproof, but it looks like it's all set up to be military-level spec to battle the bumps and bruises that it'll surely experience along the way. It's high-spec with 4G LTE to work with Docomo's Xi network. Yeah, as with so many other Fujitsu products, this will likely gear up to be a Japan thing.
Maybe this is one of the (potentially many) reasons the iPhone 5 has been delayed several times. It's not about white paint. Instead, we're hearing that a version of the upcoming iPhone 5 is being tested with some 4G LTE capabilities. That'd make it pretty different from the current iPhone 4, wouldn't you say?
They've just announced a successful live trial of the upcoming 4G network. Interestingly, the reason why they're interested in building out an LTE network is not for the faster web experience; it's to provide the exclusive North American introduction of "HD Voice."
A rose by any other name... though HTC probably doesn't want you referring to this device as a rose. Over the course of its development life this smartphone has been called the HTC Incredible HD and the HTC Mecha. Well, it looks like Verizon and HTC have finally settled on an official name and it's the HTC Thunderbolt. Thor would be proud.
T-Mobile is already proudly advertising its 4G network and Sprint's been doing the WiMAX thing for a little while already. Now, Verizon is joining the party with its new LTE network and, according to the commercial, it's "coming December 2010."
We have seen the Sprint 4G ads for a while now, this week we started seeing T-Mobile in the mix, announcing their 4G network. Now Verizon says it will be launching its 4G LTE Network by the end of this year. Following suit with its 4G predecessors though, it will not be available to everyone in the country.
With the "there's a map for that" ad campaign, Verizon is proudly proclaiming that its 3G network offers much more coverage than AT&T's 3G network. The trouble with this comparison is that AT&T's network is typically faster than the Verizon equivalent. That might change very soon. It won't happen with the battle between Verizon's EVDO and AT&T's HSDPA, however. Instead, the battle is being taken to the fourth generation. Verizon aims to have both the largest and the fastest network in the nation when it launches its LTE network. That's 4G, folks.
It's going to be a tight squeeze, but Telus may be able to have its GSM-based network in time for the 2010 Winter Olympic...
Developed by ZTE, the Jetpack is a 4G /LTE Mobile Hotspot allowing 4G/ LTE - customers to get download speeds of 5 to 12 megabits per second (Mbps) and upload speeds of 2 to 5 Mbps in 4G/LTE Mobile Broadband coverage areas. The global ready device will work in 205 different countries, and 125 more with 3G too.
After an uproar caused by the Verizon nationwide 4G/LTE network outages and more protests against Verizon's intention to effect a so called "convenience" fee, the embattled carrier takes a defensive position in explaining their mishaps.
You want fast? You want a wireless connection that just might put your home connection to shame? It looks like the Verizon 4G LTE...
Finally, AT&T will have some LTE devices to go along with its recently deployed LTE network. That's the good news. Unfortunately, they're not smartphones. Instead, we are treated to the Momentum 4G and Elevate 4G. The former is a laptop card that'll give your notebook the blazing 4G speeds you need while on the go, while the latter is a mobile hotspot.
Now that the big red apple-flavored cat is out of the bag, we've got a lot of questions for both the teams at Verizon Wireless and at Apple about the new CDMA iPhone 4. Steve Jobs wasn't around for a Q&A session, but the Verizon guys were. So, where's the LTE?