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The Verizon iPad has an unlocked micro-SIM slot that can be used with AT&T 3G networks

thenextweb.com
Well this is a very cool development for those who have purchased, or are planning on purchasing, the Verizon version of the new LTE iPad. It turns out that the micro-SIM slot on the device will accept a standard AT&T chip and it runs just fine on its 3G network....
The Verizon iPad has an unlocked micro-SIM slot that can be used with AT&T 3G networks
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AT&T starts pushing 2G phone users to 3G as GSM ramps down

www.electronista.com
AT&T in remarks confirmed what should be a long, gradual transition away from GSM and EDGE networks. Company letters, as well as official commentary to MarketWatch, warned customers that their 2G-only devices might lose coverage partly or entirely in "certain areas" of New York City over time. Customers weren't being...
AT&T starts pushing 2G phone users to 3G as GSM ramps down

ZumoDrive Brings Cloud Storage And Syncing Application To Android And Palm Devices

techcrunch.com
File syncing and storage startup Zumodrive is expanding its mobile offerings today with free applications for Android and Palm phones. While there are a plethora of syncing and storage services available to users, ZumoDrive, which spawned from Y Combinator startup Zecter, has a different take on file syncing. Similar to...
ZumoDrive Brings Cloud Storage And Syncing Application To Android And Palm Devices
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Startup looks to the cloud to make dumb phones smart [video]

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Nokia (NOK) had big plans to bring a more capable platform to emerging markets but three consecutive billion-dollar quarterly losses forced the company to discontinue development of its secret OS. The Finnish’s vendor’s plans to bring smartphone functionality to developing markets at rock-bottom prices remain unclear, but a startup...
Startup looks to the cloud to make dumb phones smart [video]

Verizon iPad found to be compatible with AT&T's 3G network

arstechnica.com
Those purchasing third-generation iPads running on Verizon's LTE network on Friday may be in luck when it comes to carrier compatibility. A MacRumors forum member has discovered that the Verizon iPad can run on AT&T's 3G network simply by swapping out the iPad's Micro-SIM and updating the device's carrier...
Verizon iPad found to be compatible with AT&T's 3G network

iFixit tears apart the Nexus 4, finds surprise LTE chip

arstechnica.com
The Nexus 4--torn down. Image courtesy of iFixit The intrepid hardware tinkerers at iFixit have torn down yet another newly-released gadget. Armed with only a spudger, razor blade, and Torx screwdriver, the gang took apart the Nexus 4's all-glass chassis to jump into the innards that fuel it and...
iFixit tears apart the Nexus 4, finds surprise LTE chip

T-Mobile goes off-brand with new prepaid service GoSmart

gigaom.com
T-Mobile USA has launched a new prepaid service for the highly budget-minded, and in the process it’s taken a page from Sprint’s book. Instead of making the new plans part of its regular magenta-tinged T-Mobile portfolio, the carrier has created a whole new brand: GoSmart Mobile. GoSmart plans start at...
T-Mobile goes off-brand with new prepaid service GoSmart
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