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EE's 4G network to be available in 35 locations by the end of March 2013

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Potential 4G adopters in the UK not only need to consider the price of EE's plans, but also the thin coverage currently available. This is slowly being fattened up, however, and today the company has announced that by March 2013, it plans to extend its high-speed network to an...
EE's 4G network to be available in 35 locations by the end of March 2013

Sprint’s EVO 4G LTE arrives May 18 for $199

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Sprint will launch the HTC EVO 4G LTE handset on May 18 for $199 with contract, adding another 4G smartphone that will only run on Sprint’s 3G network for now. The carrier is preparing a major transition from WiMAX to LTE and expects to launch its first LTE markets by mid-year....
Sprint’s EVO 4G LTE arrives May 18 for $199

Apple's iPhone 5 passes its second regulatory hurdle in China, staying on course for a December release

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Apple has moved one step closer today to releasing the iPhone 5 in China. The country’s State Radio Management has given the go ahead for two versions of the iPhone 5 handset so that it can be used on some of the country’s most prolific wireless networks, according to AllThingsD....
Apple's iPhone 5 passes its second regulatory hurdle in China, staying on course for a December release

Sprint announces $20 dollar smartphone, the ZTE Fury

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The ZTE Fury is an Android Gingerbread device running on Sprint's 3G network and is loaded with a Snapdragon processor. [Read more]...
Sprint announces $20 dollar smartphone, the ZTE Fury

T-Mobile's iPhone-friendly network overhaul: 2 cities down, 227 to go

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T-Mobile’s network overhaul may not be going as quickly as some unlocked iPhone owners may have hoped, but it is happening. On Monday, T-Mobile said in a blog post that it has successfully retuned its 3G network in Kansas City to the 1900 MHz PCS band, which just happens to...
T-Mobile's iPhone-friendly network overhaul: 2 cities down, 227 to go
Only five percent of Verizon customers on LTE, pooled family data still on track for 2012

Developer Claims Three Major Carriers Throttle iPhone and iPad Data Speeds

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According to Joseph Brown, one of the developers behind the iTweakiOS site that provides hacked carrier updates for iOS users, Apple is purposely throttling iPhone data speeds to "even out" the network as Apple's phones consume more data than other smartphones. Brown states that AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint limit the...
Developer Claims Three Major Carriers Throttle iPhone and iPad Data Speeds

Instagram, Twitter posts begin to flow from North Korean 3G network

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This week, tourists (and at least one reporter) visiting North Korea began accessing the web directly from their smartphones, through the country's Koryolink 3G network. Associated Press journalist Jean H. Lee has been tweeting from Pyongyang since Monday, though she didn't get around to detailing the service until yesterday....
Instagram, Twitter posts begin to flow from North Korean 3G network

Skype Video Coming to Android, Is 2010 the Year of Mobile Video Chat?

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The fast-growing population of Android users will soon be able to chat face-to-face thanks to a Skype mobile application that will hit the marketplace with video functionality "later this year." As reported on the gadget blog Skatter Tech, Skype representatives have been quoted confirming the release of a carrier-independent app...
Skype Video Coming to Android, Is 2010 the Year of Mobile Video Chat?

FreedomPop expands its free Internet service nationwide on Sprint's 3G network

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FreedomPop has expanded coverage of its free Internet service to reach 220 million possible customers in the US by adding Sprint’s 3G network to the fold. With the announcement, FreedomPop has begun taking orders for its Overdrive Pro hotspot device, which uses 4G when available and falls back on 3G...
FreedomPop expands its free Internet service nationwide on Sprint's 3G network

PSA: Sprint LTE goes live today, honest and for true

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Sprint's decision to take its LTE live in Kansas City marked a short prelude to a full orchestral performance -- the carrier's upgraded 4G network is now official. Kansas City and St. Joseph in Kansas, as well as 13 urban areas in Georgia and Texas, are taking the leap...
PSA: Sprint LTE goes live today, honest and for true
Verizon CFO talks iPhone: Free iPhone gains, incentivizing employees to sell lower subsidy devices & Share Everything plans

EE releases 4G tariffs as the UK moves toward October 30 launch

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EE, the network formerly known as Everything Everywhere has released the details of its pricing and plans for superfast broadband and 4G mobile services in the UK. 4G, or 4GEE as the company has dubbed it, arrives in the United Kingdom on October 30 and should provide speeds up to...
EE releases 4G tariffs as the UK moves toward October 30 launch

Tim Cook does what Jobs didn’t: Visit China as Apple’s CEO

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Tim Cook has been spotted in China, making him the first Apple CEO to visit the world’s largest country, sparking a media frenzy in a country that is fast becoming obsessed by Apple. Cook was spotted by Sina Weibo users, a number of who posted a photo of the Apple...
Tim Cook does what Jobs didn’t: Visit China as Apple’s CEO
Sprint rolling out HD voice in late 2012, Evo 4G LTE is first compatible device

Clearwire confirms China Mobile deal is unaffected by the country’s LTE license delay

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US wireless firm Clearwire has spoken out to confirm that the Chinese government’s decision to wait at least two years before issuing 4G licenses will not affect its deal to buildChina Mobile’s LTE network. Chinese authorities recently went public with a timeline that will mean LTE licenses are not issued before 2014,...
Clearwire confirms China Mobile deal is unaffected by the country’s LTE license delay

AT&T's Greedy Buffoon Problem

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AT&T's Greedy Buffoon Problem: Dan Frommer lays out why we should stop bitching about AT&T throttling its users. Some of the points are fair — essentially, AT&T is a company that needs to make money in order to survive — but it overlooks something fundamental: AT&T are the ones that...
AT&T's Greedy Buffoon Problem

Amazon reportedly making progress with Japanese publishers

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Any of our readers in Japan who are waiting for Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) to start selling e-books and its Kindle e-reader the country are very likely running out of patience. We’ve been following Japanese news reports over the past six months or so, and more than once we’ve heard that its...
Amazon reportedly making progress with Japanese publishers

Your disaster recovery plan means nothing without business continuity

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This post is sponsored by VMware. Learn about VMware virtualization and cloud solutions for small & mid-size business visit info.vmware.com This article is available in other languages: You’ve planned for every possibility. Your systems are entirely redundant and automated. They’re ready to failover when something happens. And then it...
Your disaster recovery plan means nothing without business continuity

Verizon Wireless Still Largely 3G A Year After 4G LTE Debut

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More than a year after Verizon Wireless debuted its mobile broadband network known as 4G LTE, just 5% of its customers have switched to the faster data network. The company heavily promotes the service, which reaches 200 million Americans, and has rolled out about 20 smartphones and tablets that connect...
Verizon Wireless Still Largely 3G A Year After 4G LTE Debut

On Writing from the Boonies

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In Upstate New York, it’s easier to find a drug dealer than it is a decent Internet connection. This is the region that has decided to make a name for itself, growing grapes and outsourcing any labor-intensive work to the Amish, while the rest of us attempt to find something, anything to...
On Writing from the Boonies
AT&T pays disgruntled iPhone user in throttling case

T-Mobile wants its staff to sell against the iPhone on September 21st

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In what shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, it looks like T-Mobile won’t be carrying Apple’s next-generation iPhone. In a memo to employees, leaked by TmoNews, T-Mobile is encouraging its retail staff to begin “selling against the iPhone” on September 21st. Of course, September 21st is the rumored launch date...
T-Mobile wants its staff to sell against the iPhone on September 21st

MetroPCS starts throttling, but keeps unlimited data on option

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MetroPCS on Tuesday became the latest operator to begin throttling mobile data, but before the boos and hisses start, we should also point MetroPCS isn’t eliminating its unlimited data plans entirely. It has added a $70 price tier that preserves unlimited voice, SMS and LTE data use, but customers buying...
MetroPCS starts throttling, but keeps unlimited data on option

Samsung's radical plan to bring you faster wireless

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The Korean giants wants to deliver 5G network technology by 2020. By Peter Suciu, contributor FORTUNE -- While many mobile phone users are still making calls, sending texts and surfing the web over a 3G network and have yet to upgrade to a 4G handset, South Korean mobile phone maker...
Samsung's radical plan to bring you faster wireless
North Korea to switch on 3G internet access for foreigners within a week

China Mobile Getting Desperate for an iPhone, iPad Deal?

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Four years after first entering them, China Mobile — China’s largest wireless phone operator, is still in talks with Apple (AAPL) about adding the iPhone to its smartphone line-up. But these days its sounding a bit more hopeful for a deal. During a Thursday news conference, China Mobile CEO, Wang...
China Mobile Getting Desperate for an iPhone, iPad Deal?

Samsung Galaxy S III (i9300) pre-orders start at Amazon, yours for $799.99, shipping on May 29

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If you’re in the US and are dying to get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy S III, Amazon has come to your rescue. However, you do have to shell out quite a large sum for the privilege of being one of the first people in North America to hold...
Samsung Galaxy S III (i9300) pre-orders start at Amazon, yours for $799.99, shipping on May 29

Republic Wireless Opens $19 Unlimited Service to Everyone

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Today, Republic Wireless, a new carrier offering a $19 per month unlimited smartphone plan, opened its service to everyone after months of limited beta testing. The plan includes unlimited voice, text and data and employs a hybrid technology that uses a Wi-Fi connection whenever possible for calls and data and...
Republic Wireless Opens $19 Unlimited Service to Everyone

Verizon 4G LTE iPad works on AT&T 3G network with micro-SIM card

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Though there are two 4G LTE iPad models for the networks of AT&T and Verizon in the U.S., customers who buy the Verizon-compatible 4G LTE iPad can also access AT&T's 3G network if they have a compatible micro-SIM card....
Verizon 4G LTE iPad works on AT&T 3G network with micro-SIM card
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