Alongside the announcement of Facebook’s Android replacement launcher, Facebook Home, we got our first official look at the device that will run it right out of the box: the HTC First. Available April 12 (just over a week away now) for $99 on contract, the HTC First is an LTE-enabled AT&T device with modest specs and ... Read More »
As T-Mobile continues to prepare their LTE network for consumer use, its handsets are being updated with the appropriate firmware to take advantage of the LTE-capable radios already on board. Today, an update for the T-Mobile branded Samsung Galaxy Note II is being pushed out that does just that.
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Almost one year ago, in May of 2012, it was revealed that T-Mobile and MetroPCS were in talks to form a merger, shortly after a merger between T-Mobile and AT&T fell through. It took roughly five months for both companies to sign off on the deal, and since October, we’ve been waiting to hear if ... Read More »
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Google is not afraid to be disruptive. They’ve proved it time and time again with services like Google Voice, software like Android and most recently, with Google Fiber; Google’s experiment in being an Internet and television provider that threatens to turn an entire industry on its head. So what’s next? How about a wireless network?
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Today has been a great afternoon for T-Mobile customers. Not only has T-Mobile announced that the Nexus 4 will be available in all retail locations in the coming weeks, but the Nexus 7 3G is now available in the Google Play store with a T-Mobile sim card. And the second city slated to get Magenta’s ... Read More »
HTC has been pushing out phones with large displays ever since the HTC HD2 hit the market three years ago. Since then a lot of things have changed within the mobile industry, but HTC still thinks that there’s huge consumer appetite for smartphones with even larger displays. Enter the HTC Droid DNA. The phone’s full ... Read More »
The Nexus 4 is the hottest Android phone, but many people wish it had support for 4G LTE. Andy Rubin told The Verge that the lack of LTE was a “tactical issue,” but now it appears the Nexus 4 has hidden support for LTE, and it’s already working in some countries.
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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.
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It’s pretty clear that many of you are already excited about what the Samsung Galaxy S IV will offer when it is unveiled next year. Rumor has it that Samsung’s next flagship device will be unveiled in late February of 2013 with a quad-core Exynos chip, LTE connectivity, and a 5-inch display wrapped in ... Read More »
According to company officials and part suppliers, Samsung is speeding up its work on the Samsung Galaxy S IV which they claim will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February. The design of the handset will maintain the “rectangle shape with rounded corners concept” Samsung used with the Galaxy S III this year, but ... Read More »