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AT&T

AT&T brings 3G into 4G argument with Verizon. Should they? [OPINION]

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While the mobile tech world is collectively making sense of how Verizon’s new 4G LTE announcement will affect the industry, AT&T has jumped into the conversation with a well-timed letter from CTO J…

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Verizon

Verizon announces 4G prices and timeframe, no limit to data usage

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Verizon has finally confirmed its 4G pricing and rollout information. The 4G LTE network will begin Sunday December 5 in 38 markets. It’s important to note that the network launches with only USB modems…

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Android News

Sprint expands its 4G coverage to six additional cities

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Good news for Sprint subscribers, since the carrier now has expanded its 4G coverage in the U.S. by launching WiMAX in six additional cities, bringing its total number of 4G markets to 68 nationwide. The follow…

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Verizon

Verizon airs first 4G commercial, Droid 2 Global on website

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We know that Verizon will launch its 4G LTE network in 38 cities by the end of 2010. That means there will be a blitz of new 4G towns in less than a few weeks, and Verizon has begun airing its first commercial to announ…

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Verizon

Verizon vs. AT&T at it again, this time with 4G

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Will it ever stop? According to Verizon and their new display ad against AT&T it seems that it never will. Verizon and AT&T have been battling it out as the top two wireless carriers in the US, and because…

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Sprint

No 4G? You still pay for it, and so does Sprint

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Sprint and Clearwire are in an almost comical back-and-forth over the HTC EVO 4G and Samsung Epic 4G. Sprint currently has to pay a wholesale sum to Clearwire because the EVO and Epic obtain 4G through Clearwire…

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Featured post

What’s 4G? Tell us and win a copy of Missing Sync for Android

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What is 4G and why should you care? Earlier today, we posted an article on T-Mobile’s decision to refer to HSPA+ as a 4G network in order to be more competitive against other carriers. Based on what we̵…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile finally grows a pair, announces 4G network; Sprint bites back

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Tens of millions of Americans woke up this morning to discover not only a changed government, but a 4G network that sprouted up over night. No, there was no wizardry from any carrier to pull off such an impossible…

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Sprint

Sprint turns on 4G in New York and 5 other cities

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New York is finally a 4G town. Though areas of New York City have had limited 4G support in recent weeks, Sprint announced today that the Big Apple is officially supported. Sprint also announced that 4G is availa…

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Android Phones

Germany’s Synapse-Phones offers up customizable Android handsets

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Do you like how you can go to sites like Dell’s or Apple’s and customize your PCs and Macs to your heart’s desire? Wouldn’t it be cool if you could do the same with your Android device? He…

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Tools

How to find Sprint 4G in your area with Sensorly

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Where the heck is my 4G, Sprint? Oh, it’s over there on that map. Sure, Sprint has said 4G is coming time and again, but with each rollout, it may seem like your city isn’t any closer to getting the new s…

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Verizon

Verizon announces list of cities getting 4G in 2010. Is your town on it?

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Verizon previously stated that its 4G network would first roll out to 30 U.S. markets with NFL franchises by the end of the year. Just for fun, the company announced today that it has tacked on an additional eight…

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Uncategorized

Sprint promises to get 4G to big cities soon, releases video showing it off

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Sprint has been promising its 4G WiMax network would be coming soon, but it forgot to mention that the biggest and most influential cities in the U.S. – Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco – wou…

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Sprint

Sprint: We’re not doing tiered data…yet

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And the drum of inevitability continues to beat-on. Though Sprint has made it clear that it has no plans to offer tiered data plans, CEO Dan Hesse said that the carrier is “watching very closely” an…

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Verizon

Verizon bringing LTE first to 30 NFL markets this year

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Does your city have an NFL franchise? If the answer is yes and you are a Verizon customer, you just might be among the first to experience 4G on Big Red. eWeek reports that Verizon will have 30 large U.S. cities up an…

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