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90 Seconds on The Verge: EA's CEO, Google Keep, and 'Explain Like I'm Five'
Hackers hook the Nexus 4 onto AT&T's LTE network in limited markets

T-Mobile Details LTE Deployment Plans And Intent To Cover 200M Americans By End Of 2013

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T-Mobile has announced its first LTE coverage areas today, with a network that launches in seven cities today, including Baltimore, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose and Washington DC. The company said that its network should reach 100 million potential subscribers in the U.S. by the middle of this year, and also...
T-Mobile Details LTE Deployment Plans And Intent To Cover 200M Americans By End Of 2013

10 Best iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone games this week

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Horn, Humble Bundle for Android, Jetpack Joyride, Cafeteria Nipponica, Fluid Football and moreThis new weekly post rounding up the best new smartphone and tablet games will usually be published on a Thursday, but due to personal holiday, last week's is being published today (Monday 20 August).Here's this week's selection:HornThis visually-stunning...
10 Best iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone games this week

Clearwire targets 31 cities for LTE as WiMAX takes a beating

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Clearwire said today it would roll out LTE in 31 markets in the first half 2013, starting with New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and Seattle. Though it didn’t detail any more launch cities, it’s not too hard to guess them. Clearwire has already said it will deploy...
Clearwire targets 31 cities for LTE as WiMAX takes a beating
How Verizon might kill any hope for LTE interoperability

Humble Bundle returns with five pay-what-you-want games for Android, Mac, Windows and Linux

www.engadget.com
So let us get this right. You can pay what you want, and get another stack of games for your Android -- or, indeed Mac, Windows or Linux machine? And help charity? And this is actually proving very popular? Yes, Fieldrunners, Bit.Trip Beat, Uplink and SpaceChem, are the latest...
Humble Bundle returns with five pay-what-you-want games for Android, Mac, Windows and Linux

T-Mobile's new LTE network is fast, but it's going to get a lot faster

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T-Mobile is off to a good start with its nationwide 4G LTE rollout, launching the new mobile broadband service on Tuesday in seven cities And judging by all the network testing activities we’ve been seeing lately we’re sure to see several more markets go live in the coming months. CEO John Legere...
T-Mobile's new LTE network is fast, but it's going to get a lot faster

The Samsung-Apple patent showdown isn’t over yet

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Despite just having agreed to send their CEOs and chief lawyers for an in-person sit-down to talk possible settlement options in their long-running, multi-country mobile patent dispute, Samsung and Apple aren’t quite done flinging patent-related accusations at each other. Late Wednesday, Samsung filed court documents in California, claiming Apple is...
The Samsung-Apple patent showdown isn’t over yet

Sprint 4G LTE launches... with 3G speeds

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Yesterday, Sprint formally switched on 4G LTE in 12 cities. With the launch of LTE in these 12 cities, Sprint LTE devices will finally be worth the money used to purchase them… Or will they?Unlike a normal launch, Sprint chose to make a video to announce the launch of 4G...
Sprint 4G LTE launches... with 3G speeds
90 Seconds on The Verge: Aereo, MP3s, and Apple's apology
Verizon's slick spectrum salesmanship doesn't persuade DOJ

Indie game developer echoes Valve's Gabe Newell on Windows 8: "No thank you, Microsoft"

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An independent video game developer has added to concerns raised by Valve’s Gabe Newell about Windows 8 being a “catastrophe”. Chris Delay, Creative Director of Introversion Software and Designer of Uplink, Defcon, Darwinia and Multiwinia, said on a Reddit thread: “If Microsoft manage to close Windows and get to the...
Indie game developer echoes Valve's Gabe Newell on Windows 8: "No thank you, Microsoft"

Japan’s newest mobile network makes U.S. LTE seem sluggish

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Japanese operator eAccess isn’t deploying any old LTE network. It’s going for broke, pushing the upper limits of the technology to launch a network that could theoretically support downlink speeds of 300 Mbps, according to TeleGeography. That makes Verizon’s LTE network, which can breech 25 Mbps on a good day,...
Japan’s newest mobile network makes U.S. LTE seem sluggish
Verizon, T-Mobile concoct big LTE spectrum swap

Think The Pirate Bay will put its servers on drones? Dream on

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While it has attracted the interest of those who would love The Pirate Bay to launch an airborne division, the site's idea of putting servers in the sky won't flyFeeling credulous? Step right up to The Pirate Bay's latest blogpost, then, and read on: We were down a few hours...
Think The Pirate Bay will put its servers on drones? Dream on

Japan’s newest mobile network makes U.S. LTE seem sluggish

gigaom.com
fJapanese operator eAccess isn’t deploying any old LTE network. It’s going for broke, pushing the upper limits of the technology to launch a network that could theoretically support downlink speeds of 300 Mbps, according to TeleGeography. That makes Verizon’s LTE network, which can breach 25 Mbps on a good day,...
Japan’s newest mobile network makes U.S. LTE seem sluggish
Nokia Siemens wants to shut off 2G one frequency at a time

Ericsson’s new HSPA: Now with 3 times the upload oomph!

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Ever wondered why your phone is lot faster  downloading data than uploading it? It has to do with transmit power. The cell tower is hooked into the electrical power grid, allowing it to pump out signals at hundreds of watts. The wee lithium-ion battery in your device can’t keep up,...
Ericsson’s new HSPA: Now with 3 times the upload oomph!
Report Finds Flagship Apple, HTC, Samsung Phones Gobbling More Mobile Data Than Tablets

What is LTE-Advanced?

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Recently, several carriers around the world have begun talking about LTE-Advanced, or at least a few features of LTE-Advanced. Notably, Sprint and T-Mobile in the United States have been quick to mention that their systems for LTE being deployed offer an easy upgrade path to LTE-Advanced. But what exactly is...
What is LTE-Advanced?

Is Clearwire the savior of global LTE?

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Clearwire is moving full-speed ahead with a flavor of LTE that is uncommon in the US, but used heavily overseas. Interoperability is high on its list of priorities, though: the company is spearheading the effort to promote multi-mode chipsets.Two types of LTE currently exist: FDD (frequency division duplex) and TDD (time...
Is Clearwire the savior of global LTE?
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