Apple is gearing up to launch the next “not-so-revolutionary” device known as iPhone 5 in the upcoming days, and we know that Apple is not in a good relationship with
US major carrier Sprint is planning to come out with yet another device that will be light on your wallet, just like Kyocera Rise. I am talking about Samsung Galaxy
It’s on the streets from a long time that T-Mobile is planning to launch a Samsung Android powered phone with specs almost good enough to blow your mind, and we
Just almost a week ago, Verizon Wireless expanded their 4G LTE market through New York and Georgia. According to CNET, Verizon is now planning to launch 4G LTE in 33
A few days ago, AT&T officially and exclusively started taking pre-orders for the beautiful Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III, but according to Pocket-Lint, Samsung is looking forward to launch
Sprint users, it’s time to rejoice! I’d be dancing in the streets if I didn’t mind getting stared at / hit by cars / arrested for indecent exposure (wait, what?),
If you’ve got an EVO 4G LTE and you’re either a dev or a user who loves flashing ROMs, then it’s time to throw your hands in the air.
Any Epic 4G Touch users on Sprint a little annoyed at how long it’s taken for ICS to come down? I’m raising my own hand here, folks. An anonymous
In order to bring customers a better LTE experience, Verizon has expanded their LTE market in both NY and GA. The new markets include: Syracuse, NY Cicero, NY Clay, NY
Last week, HTC made the official announcement for the Droid Incredible 4G LTE on Verizon. Today, that phone is now made available to the public. It comes at $150 on a
Image courtesy of Engadget Most of us remember the Droid Incredible. It was a 2-spectrum phone: not in bandwidth, but in popularity. It was a phone that you either loved or
Are you on Sprint? Do you have an LTE device? Good news, then… for some. Sprint has announced plans to turn on LTE on July 15th for the following areas:
T-Mobile said a long time ago that they will be launching their very own 4G LTE network in 2013 to get face-to-face with their competitors, i.e – Verizon, AT&T. Though
T-Mobile’s HSPA+42 users pull down 146X more data than five years ago.
Hey, you. Yeah, you. Grab your Verizon LTE phone and turn on the 4G. If you’re not seeing any signal on Verizon’s LTE network, and you’re in: The Triangle, North