The previously announced AT&T NumberSync will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This means multiple phones or even wearables can be used as your phone, with your original phone number.
AT&T has now announced the ... Read More »
If you’ve lived in Northern California, and especially in the Bay Area, chances are you’ve taken BART. BART is a high-speed, mostly underground train that can take you quite far for a pretty reasonable price, and plenty of people take advantage of it to avoid driving and having to park.
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After showing up at T-Mobile earlier today, the HTC Nexus 9 with 32GB of storage and access to a handful LTE networks is available now on the Google Play web store.
Like the T-Mobile version, the Nexus 9 with LTE being sold on Google Play comes in at $599. Unlike T-Mobile, you won’t ... Read More »
Mike Haberman, Verizon’s vice president of network support, is speaking out today on Verizon’s plans for its LTE network throughout 2015. According to Haberman, 2015 is going to be a big year for Verizon. Next year Verizon is planning changes and improvements to VoLTE, MIMO and spectrum refarming, and will introduce carrier aggregation.
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It’s been in the works for a while now, and it seems Verizon is finally ready to release it. The company has launched Advanced Calling 1.0, or Big Red’s version of VoLTE (Voice over LTE). This allows you to make calls over your data network, providing HD voice quality and allowing for video calls without ... Read More »
Smartphones may be able to do pretty much anything, but cellular phones originated for a very specific purpose: mobile voice communication. That’s funny because it’s a huge weakness of every cellphone out there. No matter what network you’re on, call quality is pretty crap these days compared to a Skype chat on a subpar Internet connection.
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ZTE just announced it’s bringing its nubia 5S mini LTE phone to the US. We first learned about this phone at CES in January of this year and haven’t seen it since. When I first saw the spec list for the nubia 5S mini, I immediately thought ... Read More »
T-Mobile may offer unlimited data, but even though you can get all the data that you want, its uses can be limited. If you use your mobile data connection for torrenting or other peer-to-peer file sharing, you may find yourself throttled with no one but yourself to blame.
Some people may cry foul at T-Mobile for throttling its ... Read More »
Samsung has announced its latest mobile processor, the Exynos ModAP. It’s been a while (almost two years) since a Samsung Exynos processor has been relevant in the US because they’ve lacked LTE support. However, the Exynos ModAP might finally change that.
The ModAP is a quad-core chip based on a 28nm process, which claims to play back ... Read More »
Verizon was first out of the gate with a strong LTE network in the US, but thanks to overcapacity, it has since fallen behind the competition. It’s well known that Verizon is looking to utilize AWS spectrum in order to offset the LTE network’s current load, but exactly when Verizon plans on getting major phones ... Read More »