It was announced at CES in January as the ZTE Iconic Phablet. Later that same month, Boost Mobile announced it would be carrying the Boost Max, which is simply the ... Read More »
Now that we’ve sorted through all of the internal specs of the perfect Nexus phone, we thought this would be the perfect time to ask which manufacturer Google should choose to build this dream phone. We all have our favorite manufacturers and they all seem to have their own unique touches. HTC, Samsung and ... Read More »
Many people out there can’t live without 4G LTE. I was stuck with an old AT&T Galaxy S II for a long time, content with HSPA+ 21. It was fast enough for my needs and even tethered just fine. However, when I finally got an LTE device, the speeds blew me away. I was late ... Read More »
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There have been doubts that the Moto X will really make it to all four major US carriers like originally rumored, with news circulating the web that T-Mobile has not signed on to carry the device yet. Well if a recent FCC filing is to be believed, even without official T-Mobile support, a Magenta compatible ... Read More »
AT&T has just started sending out teaser emails to the press clueing them in on an event, or announcement, to be held on July 16 where Ma Bell and company will reveal, “what’s next in wireless.”
There isn’t a whole lot of information provided in the teaser, just that it’s coming from the carrier with ... Read More »
Even though the Nexus 4 was released just some five months ago, the rumor mill is quick at work, spinning tales of new hardware set to be announced at Google I/O. Among the rumors that a new Nexus 7 will be announced, there is a recently surfaced rumor that Google is working on ... Read More »
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 »
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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