Tag: 4g

Google And Samsung To Join Forces In Fighting Apple

Google And Samsung To Join Forces In Fighting Apple

| July 2, 2012 | Reply

Since Friday evening when we found out Apple was awarded an injunction against the Galaxy Nexus it appears all tech news is concerning lawsuits. It’s my least favorite thing to write about just over rumors, but we need to bring information to the people. Because Samsung isn’t happy with the injunction and Google needs Samsung […]

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In Japan You Can Now Purchase A 100Mbps Mobile Hotspot

In Japan You Can Now Purchase A 100Mbps Mobile Hotspot

| March 14, 2012 | Reply

If most of the readers didn’t already know, the US is pretty far behind most other technology addicted countries in average internet speed. in japan, a company named eAccess is launching this month with a possible speed of wireless 300Mbps. Maybe Apple was talking about Japan when they mentioned the new iPad could reach speeds […]

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So Did Steve Ballmer Start His “Developers Developers Developers” Chant This Year At CES? You Betcha! [CES][video]

So Did Steve Ballmer Start His “Developers Developers Developers” Chant This Year At CES? You Betcha! [CES][video]

| January 9, 2012 | Reply

Steve Ballmer took a few minutes to hang out with AT&T during their 4g windows phone announcement to talk briefly about how happy he was with Windows phone and ATT’s partnership. While I wont bore you with the whole thing where he kind of just talked and mumbled seemingly without a plan or notecard I […]

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Galaxy Nexus Launches A Week Early In Germany, Points And Laughs At Verizon

Galaxy Nexus Launches A Week Early In Germany, Points And Laughs At Verizon

| December 1, 2011 | Reply

If there were any doubt that Google and Samsung weren’t really behind the delay of the GalNex, this should help clear things up. The phone was set to debut next week for German customers and instead has shown up in stock today. The cost is pretty high ($700 or so) but there is no contract […]

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Did You Order An Amazon Kindle Fire Yet? 95,000 Have

Did You Order An Amazon Kindle Fire Yet? 95,000 Have

| October 3, 2011 | Reply

The iPad is what most measure all tablets against. If that’s the case, Amazon is hot on the trail of being a success before it even ships. Reports are that the Kindle Fire is almost at 100,000 units ordered in its first week of being announced. The tablet doesn’t ship until mid November and it […]

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Verizon Wireless To Expand 4g To Some Larger Markets. Shows Indiana Some Love

Verizon Wireless To Expand 4g To Some Larger Markets. Shows Indiana Some Love

| September 21, 2011 | 1 Reply

Verizon wanted to expand 4g coverage to 175 markets by the end of 2011.It’s right on track to do that with this latest expansion to 164 markets. The switch has already been turned on so if you live in these areas and own a 4g phone, you’ve probably noticed by now. But if you were […]

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Sprints Galaxy S2, The Epic 4g Touch Delayed Due to Hurricane

Sprints Galaxy S2, The Epic 4g Touch Delayed Due to Hurricane

| August 29, 2011 | Reply

The GS2 has been around in Europe, Asia and even Canada for some time. The US was hoping for a release soon and Sprint delivered. Originally the phone was set to be available tomorrow. That has been pushed back a bit due to the recent hurricane that beat up on the east coast. Reports are […]

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As Mobile Tech Grows, Leyden Energy Wants To Make Batteries Better

As Mobile Tech Grows, Leyden Energy Wants To Make Batteries Better

| August 3, 2011 | Reply

If you have ever talked with fellow writer Todd Tabern on the site here about mobile tech and what he would like to see he always mentions the battery. And for good reason. Why is it we are already at dual core 1.5ghz phones when we still use traditional batteries that max out around 1500Mah […]

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Samsung Galaxy S2 Confirmed To Be Running On LTE By Verizon. Possible Release August 12? [UPDATE]

Samsung Galaxy S2 Confirmed To Be Running On LTE By Verizon. Possible Release August 12? [UPDATE]

| July 28, 2011 | Reply

I feel as if we have become the flagship reporting group for the Galaxy S2. It wont be for much longer, I promise. This time it’s not a screenshot of one, or a rumor. Verizon has confirmed via twitter that their version of the S2 will indeed work on the 4g LTE network. That is […]

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Verizon Announces the Next Wave of Cities Getting 4G Switched On August 18

Verizon Announces the Next Wave of Cities Getting 4G Switched On August 18

| July 26, 2011 | Reply

Verizon is keeping up with the promise of 4g for the masses. They have announced hat new and expanded coverage will be switched on in the following cities: Bakersfield, Salinas, and Monterey, Ca.; Collins, Co.; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Worcester, Mass.; Omaha, Neb.; Albany, Ithaca, and Syracuse, N.Y.; Columbus, Ohio; Altoona and Johnstown, Pa.; and Provo/Orem, […]

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