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Ericsson forecasts 4.5 billion smartphone subscriptions and 60% LTE coverage worldwide by 2018

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Telecommunications company Ericsson has released its latest mobility report which predicts that in the next five years, the number of smartphones subscriptions in the world is expected to reach 4.5 billion, with 60 percent of the world’s population covered by LTE. Other findings show that with the proliferation of better network...
Ericsson forecasts 4.5 billion smartphone subscriptions and 60% LTE coverage worldwide by 2018

HTC One for AT&T and Sprint: what's different?

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You'd think after publishing a 6,000-word review, two hands-on posts and a camera explainer, we would have said all there is to say about the HTC One. Not quite. Though the phone has been available in Germany for about a month now, it's only just arriving in other markets....
HTC One for AT&T and Sprint: what's different?
AT&T attacks T-Mobile reliability and network speeds in full-page newspaper ad
Intel's Dual-Core CloverTrail+ Atom Z2580 Impresses, But Likely Won't Be Intel's Smartphone Savior

EU seeks to reduce world's energy usage, and double data center speeds, by replacing copper with fiber

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Data centers are big and costly. Engineers all over the world are working hard at making servers and networking more efficient. Processors are using less power, cooling is getting easier, and even routers are reducing their footprint. Sadly, data centers are still using a gigantic amount of power, so the...
EU seeks to reduce world's energy usage, and double data center speeds, by replacing copper with fiber

Researchers turn lights into world's fastest wireless with Li-Fi

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The future of wireless broadband is here, and it may or may not give you a headache. The flicker in your office lighting may someday soon be caused by data transmissions and not faulty fluorescent bulbs. Professional Engineering reports that researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed a wireless networking system...
Researchers turn lights into world's fastest wireless with Li-Fi
Samsung Galaxy S II on T-Mobile goes pre-paid at Walmart

EE's CTO On The Challenges Of Launching 'Double-Speed' LTE

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Mobile network operator EE announced earlier today that it would be doubling its 4G network speeds in 10 metropolitan areas across the UK before the beginning of this summer. Top speeds would increase to 80 Mbps, while average connectivity would sit at roughly 20 Mbps for both new and existing...
EE's CTO On The Challenges Of Launching 'Double-Speed' LTE
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Sprint promises unlimited data for potential LTE iPhone

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After confirming that its unlimited data plan would continue for LTE Android smartphones, Sprint said today that it will also offer unlimited data on the next iPhone — even if it runs on LTE. “I’m not anticipating the unlimited plan would change by that point,” Sprint CEO Dan Hesse...
Sprint promises unlimited data for potential LTE iPhone

EE brings up to 80Mbps mobile downloads to Tech City with new 4G LTE partnership

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EE has partnered with Tech City in East London to make it one of the first places to benefit from its double-speed 4G LTE service. The mobile operator said that as a result of its 4G network rollout, London has already surpassed New York for mobile data speeds and that...
EE brings up to 80Mbps mobile downloads to Tech City with new 4G LTE partnership
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How The New "Six Strikes" Anti-Piracy Scheme Could Ruin Public WiFi

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It's almost here. The "6 strikes" anti-piracy scheme crafted by Hollywood and U.S. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) is due to be implemented in the next few weeks. As the program's long-delayed arrival nears, we're starting to get a glimpse at how it's actually going to work. And it's not pretty....
How The New "Six Strikes" Anti-Piracy Scheme Could Ruin Public WiFi
The next breed of security analyst needs to be from the military

Ericsson: Global Smartphone Subs To Hit 4.5BN By 2018 (25% CAGR), Video To Account For Half Of All Mobile Data Traffic

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If you thought smartphones were ubiquitous now — and in certain places they pretty much are — prepare for a whole lot more people to be coming online on their phones in the next five years. Network kit maker Ericsson has published its latest mobility report, based on traffic measurements...
Ericsson: Global Smartphone Subs To Hit 4.5BN By 2018 (25% CAGR), Video To Account For Half Of All Mobile Data Traffic

AT&T Labs pumps 495Gbps of data over 7,400 miles

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AT&T Labs researchers are set to present data from a recent test that set a record for long-distance network speeds at the Optical Fiber Communication and National Fiber Optics Engineers Conference (OFC/NFOEC) on March 19. The researchers, led by AT&T researcher Xiang Zhou, have perfected a technology that allows existing...
AT&T Labs pumps 495Gbps of data over 7,400 miles
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Netgear D6300 mates 802.11ac WiFi with ADSL, risks one heck of a mismatch

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When Netgear teased a next-generation cable gateway with 802.11ac WiFi, it seemed like a natural fit: WiFi that was a perfect complement to 100Mbps-plus internet speeds. Its new D6300 (not pictured here) isn't necessarily in quite in such equilibrium, depending on just who you have as an internet provider....
Netgear D6300 mates 802.11ac WiFi with ADSL, risks one heck of a mismatch

T-Mobile announces no-contract broadband passes starting at $15

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Today T-Mobile announced new “worry-free No Annual Contracts” for its mobile broadband service, expected to launch through T-Mobile retail stores and online May 20. The plans will start at $15 per 1-week pass capped at 300MB, and $25 per 1-moth pass capped at 1.5GB. The carrier is also offering 3.5GB and 5GB...
T-Mobile announces no-contract broadband passes starting at $15
Korea Telecom planning to charge YouTube and others for data usage
BII REPORT: How 4G LTE Is Transforming The Mobile Ecosystem
Despite higher network speeds, no FaceTime calls over LTE
Review: Galaxy Note 2 - Even bigger and better

T-Mobile's iPhone 5 pre-orders kick off today for $100

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale Good news, T-Mobile fans: You can finally preorder the iPhone 5 today. As the carrier announced a few weeks ago in New York, the T-Mobile iPhone 5 starts at just $100 for the 16 gigabyte model. That’s $100 cheaper...
T-Mobile's iPhone 5 pre-orders kick off today for $100
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Cargo Firm's Social Network Speeds Up Problem Resolution

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By using Tibbr, this Hong Kong-based logistics company is able to share short messages to resolve exceptions, reschedule deliveries and keep customers happier. Insider (registration required)...
Cargo Firm's Social Network Speeds Up Problem Resolution

LTE is top of mind for iPhone 5 customers

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Apple's iPhone 5 goes on sale Friday, and many buyers are hoping to take advantage of its faster LTE network speeds....
LTE is top of mind for iPhone 5 customers
Korea's SK Telecom launches multi-frequency network for more stable LTE
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