Korean gadget giant Samsung has picked their sometime-competitor-sometime-collaborator Qualcomm Technologies to team up on launching small cell technologies and products supporting LTE in unlicensed spectrum (LTE-U). Samsung has
The new LG G Pad II 8.3 LTE is now available in South Korea. This isn't exactly a new series but rather an improved version of the LG G Pad 8.3 tablet released two years ago. This year's version now comes with LTE connectivity, a
Now that Google officially announced that it has added cellular support to Android Wear, it’s time that we’re updated as to when we can get our hands on the first Android Wear watch equipped with cellular connectivity—the
T-Mobile is determined to make 'Un-carrier 7.0' reach more cities and be used by more Americans. In the US, the number of people covered by 4G LTE hit 300 million subscribers. The mobile carrier is very much in close competition
If you have a family or a group of friends that consumes mobile data like crazy, you’re probably on the lookout for plans or promos that can help bring down the cost of what you spend monthly. Last year, T-Mobile introduced
You would think that India already has too many budget smartphones in the market, and that since a lot of those devices actually come from Samsung, they don’t need another one. But apparently, the Korean OEM thinks otherwise.
One of Lenovo's biggest markets is India and so the company regularly brings new phones to the country. As an emerging market, there is a large demand for affordable phones that still deliver good specs and features. Recently
The XLTE market is rapidly expanding in the United States. Well, at least according to Verizon as the company recently announced that they have improved the network so 4G LTE mobile connection will be faster than ever. Verizon
Google's Project Loon first took flight in August 2013 from California and it has since been flying with colors. This project was first aimed to bring WiFi connectivity to Africa. As we all know, Google is serious about its plans
Data usage among mobile subscribers is not always the same every month. And yet, most carriers still charge us the same amount, whether or not you've used up all your data allocation, which sometimes seems a little too unfair.