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How to Choose a Smartphone Guide Connectivity

How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Connectivity

So far, we have tackled the topics about how to choose a Smartphone processor, storage options and display in the following series of articles: How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Processor How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Storage Options How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Display How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Operating System How

HTC One X For AT&T Only 16gb Internal Memory?

Anthanasios Zarkadas over at discovered something else about the HTC One X that is headed to AT&T that may turn people away. We were clearly told that the One X at AT&T would have a Qualcomm S4 processor and not the Nvidia Tegra 3.  As Zarkadas points out, that of course also means that

Sprint Galaxy Nexus Preorder Inventory Sold Out

Sprint users are anxiously awaiting the Galaxy Nexus on Sprint. While there are probably many Sprint customers who are coming to the end of their HTC Evo 4G contracts or other devices, who plan to upgrade, there are probably some Verizon converts out there anxious for a pure Google experience with Google Wallet support. Whoever

AT&T Galaxy Nexus On The Way?

Prior to the announcement and release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Verizon Wireless rumors were hot and heavy that the device would appear on AT&T. Although not carried in AT&T CORE stores the original Nexus One and Nexus S supported AT&T’s bands. It wasn’t far-off to think that the Galaxy Nexus would be the

Sprint’s Complete 4G LTE Map Surfaces

Sprint was the first carrier in the U.S. to tout “4G’ although disputed by some, Sprint was able to make this claim because of their WiMax network, a joint venture between Sprint and Clearwire for which they own 50%. The ITU eventually rescinded it’s first position and said that WiMax, HSPA+ and 4G/LTE all qualified

Dan Hesse: Android Users Use More Data Than iPhone Users

Sprint CEO was the featured guest on a Mobile Live video interview published yesterday. Hesse was defending Sprint’s strategy on betting so much on the iPhone. Sprint’s guy next door CEO Hesse has come under fire recently by reportedly committing to the purchase of 30 million iPhones. When asked to comment in his Mobile World

Verizon Droid Charge Update Coming

Verizon Wireless has said that customers with a Samsung Droid Charge should expect an update shortly. The software update goes by the number FP1 and brings a lot of enhancements to the Samsung 4G/LTE device. Unfortunately it’s not bringing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. According to the Verizon Wireless update document, the Droid Charge update

Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus Makes It’s Way Through The FCC

At the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year Sprint said that they would begin rolling out a 4G/LTE network this year. The first device on that network is going to be the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Sprint was a partner for the Galaxy Nexus’ predecessor the Samsung Nexus S 4G. With the

T-Mobile Skips 82Mbps HSPA+ Goes Straight For 4G LTE

If there was any doubt that 4G/LTE was the way 4G was going to go, that’s out the window now. T-Mobile has announced that they are switching over to 4G/LTE and skipping the next iteration of HSPA+. That now means that all four U.S. carriers; Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will all have 4G/LTE.

Lights Dimming On Light Squared

Around this time last year, nobody seemed to be able to stop Light Squared. The Reston VA based satellite company was going to roll out a 4G/LTE network come hell or high water. Well it looks like both have swooped down on Lightsquared in the last two weeks. LightSquared had signed a multi billion dollar