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Sweden boasts the world's fastest 4G speeds; US ranks a lowly 8th
Here's what cell phone coverage looks like for SXSW

Sky Broadband struggles with demand

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Sky says some of its users are experiencing slow download speeds after it signed up a large number of new broadband subscribers....
Sky Broadband struggles with demand
'Fastest ever' 110Mbps SoftBank 4G mobile router out in Japan this fall
Early Google Fiber adopter shares thoughts on Google's new 1Gbps Internet service
Goodbye, Exynos: Benchmark Points To Dual-Core Processor For Verizon’s Galaxy S III
Verizon unveils FiOS Quantum: 300Mbps download speeds for $209.99 a month

An iPhone Lover’s Take On The HTC EVO 4G

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Shared by louisgray MG's review doesn't match my take - but he will have some valid points here. Back in January, I wrote a post entitled An iPhone Lover’s Take On The Nexus One. At the time, the Nexus One was soon to be released as the latest and greatest...
An iPhone Lover’s Take On The HTC EVO 4G

Report of Apple throttling iPhone, iPad speeds on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint mistaken

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Just a day after a developer wrote a blog entry maintaining that Apple was intentionally limiting cellular download speeds for iPhone and iPad users on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, the claims have been withdrawn and his mistake in understanding how carrier bundle files has been explained.    ...
Report of Apple throttling iPhone, iPad speeds on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint mistaken

New T-Mobile campaign responds to AT&T attack ads: 'Can you see the beads of sweat?'

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As Microsoft wraps up its anti-Google TV commercials, a new advertising war is heating up — this one between first-tier carrier AT&T and smaller competitor T-Mobile, which is looking to peel off customers by moving away from two-year contracts. Last week, AT&T went after T-Mobile's download speeds and network...
New T-Mobile campaign responds to AT&T attack ads: 'Can you see the beads of sweat?'
Verizon blows past rivals in Seattle area speed tests

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

Ranked: The Only 11 Smartphones Worth Buying Right Now (VZ, T, DT, S)

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Now that most of the hype surrounding the iPhone 5 has calmed down, it's worth taking a look at what else is out there. If you're ready to buy a new phone, we rounded up the best ones available right now.#11 Samsung Focus 2 4G LTE If you're on a...
Ranked: The Only 11 Smartphones Worth Buying Right Now (VZ, T, DT, S)

Google Fibre speeds already doubled by Japanese ISP

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Google Fibre’s 1Gbps Internet service, billed on launch as “100 times faster than broadband”, has already been beaten by Japanese ISP Nuro, reports Engadget. Not only does Nuro’s service offer 2Gbps download speeds – twice as fast as most local-area Ethernet connections – it even offers 1Gbps upload speeds! Japanese...
Google Fibre speeds already doubled by Japanese ISP

AT&T Attacks T-Mobile in New Ad, Says Rival The One Dropping More Calls

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After enduring years of attacks from T-Mobile, AT&T this week unleashed a rebuttal ad taking shots at its smaller rival. In ads that ran in major papers this starting on Thursday, AT&T claims T-Mobile drops twice as many calls and has 50 percent slower download speeds. The ads, AT&T says,...
AT&T Attacks T-Mobile in New Ad, Says Rival The One Dropping More Calls

To reduce piracy, RapidShare throttles download speed for free users

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With the government shutdown of Megaupload and voluntary disabling of file sharing at sites like FileSonic and FileServe, the remaining file lockers are naturally getting hit with tons of traffic. One such site—RapidShare—has decided to handle the influx by slowing download speeds for non-paying users, in an effort to...
To reduce piracy, RapidShare throttles download speed for free users

Samsung Galaxy Note Gets Price and Release Date

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The biggest smartphone (or tiniest tablet?) we've ever seen, the Samsung Galaxy Note has finally received a price and release date: it's headed to AT&T on Feb. 19 for $300. Whether you're looking for a powerful smartphone or portable tablet, the Galaxy Note has you covered. Coming with a 5.3-inch...
Samsung Galaxy Note Gets Price and Release Date
United Airlines Begins Offering Satellite Wi-Fi On Overseas Flights
Google officially launches Google Fiber in Kansas City

Comcast doubles broadband speeds 'in certain markets,' launches 305Mbps Xfinity Platinum service

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Comcast has just done the deed -- following a rumor on the matter, it's launching 305Mbps (down) / 65Mbps (up) Xfinity Platinum internet service in the highly populated Northeast division of the United States. For those who've been around a while, you may remember a time where one would...
Comcast doubles broadband speeds 'in certain markets,' launches 305Mbps Xfinity Platinum service
T-Mobile bails on HSPA+ 84 plans, heads straight for LTE
If ISPs Want to Take on Gaming Consoles, They Might Want to Fix Their Existing Products First

Dish Rumored To Soon Unveil A National Satellite Network For High-Speed Internet

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According to sources speaking to Bloomberg, Dish Network Corp. is planning to launch a nationwide satellite-based broadband Net service, possibly as soon as the end of September. The system will use a satellite from the EchoStar Corp. which was launched in July--it can support download speeds of 15 megabits a...
Dish Rumored To Soon Unveil A National Satellite Network For High-Speed Internet

Verizon’s 4G LTE network crowned speed king

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Deciding on what carrier to use can be tricky for mobile subscribers. Each network claims something different — faster, larger, favorite, more reliable – however it is Verizon’s 4G LTE network that has outperformed the rest. In a new nationwide test conducted by PCMag, the nation’s largest carrier scored...
Verizon’s 4G LTE network crowned speed king
Startup shootout: How to hurt your mobile performance

10 Things I Love And Hate About The New Nokia Lumia 900 (NOK, MSFT, T)

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I really wanted to like the Nokia Lumia 900.  Unfortunately, Nokia and Microsoft's partnership resulted in just a mediocre device. (You can read my full, detailed review of the Nokia Lumia 900 right here.) But it's not totally bad. While the phone is far from perfect, there's still a...
10 Things I Love And Hate About The New Nokia Lumia 900 (NOK, MSFT, T)
Ahead of 2013 launch, T-Mobile lights up iPhone compatible high speed networks in Atlanta, Seattle and Minneapolis

AT&T bashes T-Mobile with full-page newspaper ad

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AT&T thinks poorly of T-Mobile and they’re running full-page newspaper ads to prove it. In the latest chapter of the bash-fest between the two mobile carriers, AT&T began running attack advertisements yesterday in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. In the ad, AT&T claims that T-Mobile’s network has twice as...
AT&T bashes T-Mobile with full-page newspaper ad

Three UK introduces the Web Cube, a 3G hotspot designed for the home

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UK wireless provider Three has just released an unusual take on the traditional Mi-Fi device — the Web Cube is a battery-free but portable box that provides a Wi-Fi signal powered by Three's 3G signal. While it might sound like a less portable Mi-Fi, it's designed for in-home usage...
Three UK introduces the Web Cube, a 3G hotspot designed for the home

AT&T Working on System to Allow App Devs to Pay for Customers' Data Usage

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AT&T plans to offer app developers and other mobile content providers the ability to pay for its customer's data usage on the carrier, according to the Wall Street Journal. The carrier compared the proposed service to toll-free 800-numbers for the mobile-broadband world. [AT&T senior executive vice president for technology and...
AT&T Working on System to Allow App Devs to Pay for Customers' Data Usage
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