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America’s fifth largest carrier, U.S. Cellular has now started selling the LG G3 as well as the G Pad 7.0 tablet through its retail channels. The two devices complement each other really well as one is a flagship smartphone while the other is a budget priced tablet for your everyday needs. The carrier mentions that both devices will be compatible with its 4G LTE networks, which will reportedly expand to over 93% of its customers by the end of the year. Both the LG G3 and the G Pad 7.0 are sold for $99.99 with a two year contract,...

If you live in Connecticut and are a T-Mobile customer, there’s good news for you. T-Mobile just launched their faster 15+15 and 20+20 MHz LTE networks in many markets in the state. This upgrade means you’ll be able to experience faster downloads with a peak download speed of 110 Mbps. These are the markets the new technology covers: Bridgeport Danbury Hartford Fairfield Meriden Milford New Britain New Haven Stamford Waterbury So if you’re a T-Mobile customer in Connecticut with a device that’s already capable...

America’s third largest carrier, Sprint will light up 17 regions of the U.S. with its 4G LTE signals starting from the 28th of February. The carrier is going through quite a makeover, so it’s imperative that the networks are expanded to as many regions as possible to avoid user migrations. The carrier has been losing customers to the likes of T-Mobile due to the remarkably cheap data tariffs and a very aggressive marketing campaign. You can find Sprint’s 4G LTE signals this Tuesday in the following regions: Champaign/Urbana,...

The Sony Xperia Z3v is finally available for purchase via the largest network in the U.S. Verizon is charging $199.99 for the smartphone if you’re willing to sign a two year pact. Or if you are looking to get the device off contract, you will have to shell out $599.99 or $24.99 per month for a period of 2-years. The smartphone has been priced moderately compared to other flagships available in the market. Sony clearly wants to make an impact on the American market with the Xperia Z3v and it will take solace in the fact that the...

The Kindle Fire HDX tablet will be up for grabs via AT&T starting tomorrow according to a new release issued by the carrier. The tablet is currently sold only via Amazon’s online store, but the retailer can hope to make significant damage with the device being sold through the country’s second largest carrier. AT&T is selling the 7 inch variant of the Kindle Fire HDX as of now, with no word on the 8.9 inch model yet. Pricing has been set at $99.99 with a two year contract or $10 a month for a period of 20 months via...

With the Motorola Droid Turbo leaking out extensively over the past few days, a new revelation is giving us a better idea of what to expect from the device. Fortunately, the leak also reveals the design of the smartphone and provides confirmation on the hardware too. One of the images shows the hardware information of the smartphone which reveals the Quad HD display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s still some uncertainty over the size of the display, but it has been said that it sports a 5.2 inch display, making...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is available through Verizon since last week. And a new revelation tells us that the smartphone will also be available in a developer edition variant for $662.53. This comes with an unlocked bootloader which means customers are free to flash ROMs as they please. However, there’s no contract version of the smartphone, so if you want to get hold of the device, you will have to shell out the full retail price. This is still a better option compared to the off contract version of the Galaxy Note 4 on AT&T...

Both the HTC One M8 and the E8 are almost the same phone, aside from the cameras and slight other differences. So it seems normal that they would get updates at the same time. Today Sprint has released OTA updates for both devices with many new enhancements. Both devices now have support for international Wi-Fi calling, so if you’re traveling abroad and make calls to US, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands, there will be no charge. But if you’re calling another country, you’ll still have to pay the roaming rates. There...