officially announced the Snapdragon 410, ushering in the era of incorporated 4G LTE chipsets. This also takes a page from the Apple playbook, offering 64-bit technology and a snappy GPU. Interestingly, Qualcomm also notes that their 4G LTE will be a world phone, and points to China as a market prime for expansion.
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T-Mobile has quietly activated a faster service in North Dallas, utilizing an additional spectrum that it got its hands on through its MetroPCS acquisition.
Verizon launched its 4G network. The road has been long and not without its fair share of bumps and detours. But now, Verizon is ready to reveal, though without much fanfare, that its 4G LTE network is running in full steam in a select number of major US cities, letting its customers enjoy as much as three times the usual 4G capacity.
According to the GSMA, we’ll end 2013 with 176 million LTE connections worldwide.
AT&T has hooked up with popular network device manufacturer NETGEAR to provide its customers with a better way to connect to the Internet on the go. The Unite Pro mobile hotspot will give users access to the carrier's 4G LTE network to connect more devices than they can possibly handle by themselves.
Verizon's Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo confesses that its 4G LTE network is experiencing no small amount of usage pushing it beyond its capacity. This could cause LTE networks to go down to 3G in big cities like New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, where data usage is exceptionally higher.
2013 Nexus 7 tablets with Verizon's LTE will probably have to stretch that patience a lot longer. Verizon is now practically passing the buck to Google and Asus for an almost indefinite delay in resolving issues with the latest Nexus tablet and the carrier's LTE network.
Verizon announced their earnings for Q3 2013 today, and they've impressed once again. Continuing to steamroll the industry, Verizon reports over one million new wireless connections, and reports their LTE service is now carrying 34% of their network activity.
wireless service provider in Europe serving the whole of the UK, has announced some changes to their plans. Customers can now enjoy tiered data starting at £5/month, and running up to £30/month. The changes are designed to get more customers on their growing LTE network.