Some of you may have a little extra cash in your pockets as Christmas just passed, and you might have received money as a gift. Just because you have extra
The LG Urbane 2nd Edition Watch was an Android Wear watch that sold on the market for less than one week and was pulled off the shelves due to a
The LG Urbane 2nd Edition smartwatch gained fame because it was the first Android Wear device to arrive with LTE connectivity. Prior to the second generation Urbane, all Android Wear
The LG Urbane Watch 2nd Edition was announced just over a week ago, and what makes this watch unique is, it is the first Android Wear device to get LTE
For one week, or until inventory runs out, Gearbest.com is running a flash sale on the Elephone P8000 Android 5.1 octa-core unlocked smartphone for $153.99 with free shipping included. All
Obviously for $139.99 the DOOGEE HOMTOM HT6 4G phablet prices itself into the budget category. Don’t let that predetermine the performance as this smartphone is ready to be a daily
Qualcomm has announced that their newest chipset, the Snapdragon 820, will debut with the most advanced LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity technology of any other chipset on the market. The 820
Verizon has the largest mobile network in the United States but it runs on a different technology than most of the world. It runs on CDMA which was part of the
AT&T and ASUS have partnered up to bring another exclusive deal to AT&T’s hardware lineup. The 7 inch ASUS MeMO Pad will be available to purchase in AT&T stores on
4G is taking over the existing network bands due to the speed and flexibility it provides above 3G. But the problem is our old devices are not capable enough to
People who are not with T-Mobile now have the option to purchase Google and HTC’s latest tablet with LTE connectivity, with the price of $599 in the Google Play Store.
The HTC built Google Nexus 9 LTE version is now available for purchase through T-Mobile. Earlier we reported via Tmo News that the tablet’s release date was delayed indefinitely, but
Speculation is flying about 5G, the fifth generation of mobile networks. Will it be accessible anywhere? Will it infinitely expand bandwidth? First the 3G connection, then the 4G revolutionized how
With the big carriers capping data speeds and tethering plans, it can be tricky to share your data connection with your tablets or PCs for any high-volume work or play.