Un-carrier 7 featured the release of T-Mobile’s CellSpot router, essentially a normal router, to assist T-Mobile customers with WiFi calling and texting. Today, T-Mobile is releasing a new type of CellSpot that also plugs into ... 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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The Motorola Droid Turbo is receiving an update today that, despite not bringing the device up to Android 5.0 Lollipop, does include some very welcome additions to Verizon’s latest flagship Android device.
Today’s update, which should bring your Droid Turbo up to build 21.44.8, includes support for two highly desirable calling features Verizon ... Read More »
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Verizon’s VoLTE network has been live for quite a while, but the amount of smartphones able to take advantage of it has been small. The Galaxy S5, LG G2, DROID MAXX, and Droid Mini were previously the only Android devices able to take advantage of Advanced Calling 1.0. But thankfully, ... 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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VoLTE is one of those things that it seems like we have been hearing about almost since the earliest days of Android, and while we have seen AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon all launch their VoLTE offerings this year, the implementations have all been incredibly limited.
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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 »
Verizon is on the verge of launching VoLTE, which the company calls Advanced Calling 1.0. This will allow people to call over the LTE mobile network, providing high quality phone calls instead of the raspy and garbled calls you’re used to. Only a few devices will support VoLTE from the get go, ... 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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Ahead of Verizon’s Voice over LTE (VoLTE) launch later this year, the big red carrier today gave us a new window of time in which we can expect to see LTE-only phones launch.
Speaking at a conference earlier today, Verizon CFO Fran Shammo revealed that his carrier ... Read More »