Google Nexus 7 3G version passes through FCC, launch on the Google Android event?

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Google is planning to launch some new goodies at their upcoming event on October 29, and they are also planning to launch updated version of the Google Nexus 7. We heard it recently that Google is working on a 3G version of the Nexus 7, now the tablet showed up at FCC and it’s kind... Read More

3G version of Google Nexus 7 coming soon?

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Google Nexus 7 was officially announced back in June, and everyone knows it as one of the best “Google” branded products to date. The main purpose behind its launch was to provide users with a rich experience at an affordable price tag, and to take a big challenge to the Kindle ...

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Is Asus planning launch a Transformer Prime 3G?

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The Asus Transformer Prime, which was recently updated to ICS, is certainly a powerhouse in the Android tablet world. Currently, the Prime is Wi-Fi only, and if you are expecting a 3G version as well, then you’re probably out of luck. FocusTaiwan is reporting that, in response to a 3G ...

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At Least 3 New 4G LTE Devices Launching on Sprint in 2012

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Hot off the press at CES 2012 is Sprint’s announcement of their first 4G LTE devices.  The announcement rings in 3 devices that should please the masses.  Sprint customers can finally stop wondering if the Galaxy Nexus will make an appearance, although the lack of an ETA may put a damper ...

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Verizon to give 4G smartphone users double data for the normal data price

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Are you on Verizon with a 4G device, and find yourself torqued about the amount of data you get for the price? Well, Verizon has decided that, for eligible 4G smartphone-toting users, the price should remain, but the data should double. Starting Tuesday, any customer with a 4G smartphone will ...

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ASUS EeePad Transformer 3G Lands in Italy, Coming Soon to UK and USA

ASUS EeePad Transformer is probably one of the best Android tablets available in the market at the moment and currently several retailers are offering it in USA. However, right now the Wi-Fi version is all that is available around the globe.  Happy with sales so far, ASUS is releasing the 3G ...

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AT&T Statement: “T-Mobile Customers Will Have To Replace 3G Handsets After Merge”

This is getting a bit concerning, Yahoo Finance is reporting that AT&T has made a statement saying that T-Mo customers who have 3G handsets will need to have their devices replaced if the recently announced merger goes through. The reason being that once the acquisition is finalized, AT&T ...

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Cox Isn’t Just Cable Anymore, Adds Android to Repertoire

Cable company Cox is breaking into the wireless business and is currently offering cellular service in select regions. Cox’s business plan is based around the user, offering great customer service and competitive  prices on bundle packages of cable, internet and phone service.  A new part ...

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Bootlace 2.1 Brings Android 2.2 to iPhone!

Ok I know this is an Android site.You may not like the “i” products. I myself shudder when I hear “iPhone”… like fingernails on a chalk board. Yet there is still hope for Android’s biggest competitor.  With the help of a little program called Bootlace 2.1 you ...

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EVO 4G FAQs

We’re starting to see a significant number of emails and questions coming our way about the latest Sprint handset.  Rather than trying to answer them all over and over again, we thought we’d put together a quick list of FAQs to help you out.  We may be adding to the list as time ...

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Nexus One Now Available With AT&T, Rogers 3G Bands

Here we go; the Nexus One is now available with AT&T and Rogers 3G Bands! The device can be purchased from Google’s phone store right now for $529. Now we know that isn’t cheap, but it’s the best way to avoid being locked to a carrier.  However, the questions remains: Will ...

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Dell Mini 5 Passes FCC With AT&T 3G Bands, Engadget Gets One

Dell and Android fans should be happy to see this one.  The Dell Mini 5 has earned FCC approval with 3G bands needed for AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus 3G.  While this has been rumored for a while and Dell officially said they were launching a device for AT&T, this is the first ...

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500 Million Strong, and Growing

Just eight years after the inception of the first 3G/WCDMA from NTT DOCOMO of Japan, it has been confirmed by the UMTS Forum that 500 million users have been reached. In comparison to the fixed telephone network that has taken over a century to reach the same usage amounts this is a startling ...

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Nexus One With AT&T 3G Bands Found in FCC Filing

Good news for all you AT&T subscribers who held out on getting a Nexus One because of the 3G incompatibility.  It appears there is another version on the way!  Check out the pictures below and you’ll see two different labels.  The label to the right is what current Nexus One owners ...

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T-Mobile Completes HSPA 7.2 Network Upgrade

Those of you with an Android phone on T-Mobile will be pleased to know that your 3G connection is slightly quicker as of yesterday, thanks to T-Mobile’s completion of the 7.2 Mbps upgrade. HSPA 7.2 is network technology that allows for quicker data connections (up to 7.2Mbps) in every ...

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