Huawei is currently suing Samsung both in China and the US over the unlicensed use of patents relating to 4G and a few other things. It’s funny, in a way, that a Chinese company is suing a well-established mobile company. It’s usually the other way around.
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As the debate on whether or not the lack of LTE makes the Nexus 4 dead on arrival wages on, Google has clarified the network connectivity listing for the device, adding a correction as to just what kind of speeds it’s capable of.
It has been confirmed by Google that the Nexus 4 has ... Read More »
It is no secret that I despise carrier contracts and locked Android devices. As Amazon puts it, “A locked cell phone benefits only the carrier by keeping a customer using their service. Unlocked phones give consumers more control of plans, pricing, and services and make carriers work for you.”
This year I cancelled my Verizon ... Read More »
If data caps and throttled data speeds have been keeping you up at night, T-Mobile may have just what you’re looking for to ensure a good night’s sleep. Starting on September 5th, T-Mobile will release its new nationwide 4G data plan. The new T-Mobile unlimited 4G data plans will cost $20 per month when added to ... Read More »
The international version of the HTC One S has been available for a few weeks already and now customers in the U.S. can purchase the phone from T-Mobile for $199.99 (after $50 mail-in rebate) with a new two year contract. HTC was kind enough to send us a demo unit a few weeks early ... Read More »
If you pay attention to the different ad campaigns that AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon keep in their everyday arsenal, chances are you’ve heard every single one claim they have the fastest network on the block. Whatever they use to calculate those claims, it doesn’t always translate into real world use for every individual on ... Read More »
We’ve seen hints around the internet that Verizon would finally bring family data plans to its network in 2012, and yesterday we learned of solid proof that this is indeed the case. In a statement made to a group of investors, Verizon Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo indicated that shared data plans would begin ... Read More »
Verizon has finally confirmed the pricing and availability for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 that they announced at CES last month. Fortunately the waiting will be over quite soon with the launch coming March 1st.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 will set you back $499 with a two-year contract and month-to-month data starts at ... Read More »
Carriers love to boast about their reliable and awesome 4G networks. As the 4G war continues, we are starting to see all major competitors cover the country with the awesome speeds that 4G delivers, though these companies have different technologies, speeds and coverage. We now have 3 out of 4 major carriers claiming to run ... Read More »
After generating quite a splash across the ocean, and already making a name for itself here in the States, the Samsung Galaxy Note is finally available from AT&T.
With a 5.3-inch display and S Pen technology, the Galaxy Note is easily one of the most talked about Android devices in recent memory. After ... Read More »