The Nexus 4 is one of the best Android phones so far, but a crucial omission makes it an almost laughable upgrade.
Google is updating its Nexus 7 tablet more storage and support for mobile networks.
Nvidia’s technology powers many cell phones on the market, including the T-Mobile G2X and Motorola Droid X2. But until now, Nvidia only supplied its processors to external cell phone manufacturers. On Monday, Nvidia announced the first phone to be powered solely by its technology.
T-Mobile isn’t slowing down with its ambitious 4G upgrades. The company announced today that it has doubled the speed of its 4G HSPA+ network in an additional 41 cities, bringing the total of upgraded 4G markets to 97.
AT&T has a lot of catching up to do with its LTE 4G network, especially since Verizon has a major head start after launching its LTE network last December. But the first official details about AT&T’s LTE launch don’t inspire much hope.
Hot on the heels of T-Mobile’s recently announced G2x superphone, the carrier has landed another dual-core CPU powerhouse with HTC’s Sensation 4G, which was just made official today.
T-Mobile isn’t slowing down with network upgrades, even though it may be wedded to AT&T in a year.
In a call with investors this morning, AT&T executives gathered together to discuss what exactly yesterday’s announced T-Mobile acquisition means for the company. It’s also the first time we’ve heard specific details on short and long-term network improvements as a result of the deal.
Verizon’s iPhone 4 contains a chipset that could have enabled it to work on AT&T’s network as well, a teardown by the repair site iFixit revealed.
T-Mobile has finally come clean on its latest flagship devices, a 4G version of Samsung’s Galaxy S phone, and LG’s G-Slate Android tablet, which will try to differentiate itself from the crowd with 3D recording and playback capabilities.
T-Mobile is bringing back the Sidekick messaging phone from the dead, and this time it will be packing Android and support for its 4G network, PC Magazine reports.
T-Mobile has grand plans to double its 4G network’s speeds from 21 megabits per second to 42 Mbps in 2011, the carrier announced today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
AT&T finally spilled the beans on the plans for its next-generation network at its Developer Summit today, an event held in conjunction with the giant Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company says that it expects to launch its 4G network using LTE technology by the middle of the year; it just completed the deployment of its slightly-faster HSPA+ network (which AT&T also considers “4G”).
The first wave of smartphones for Verizon’s LTE 4G network will include entries from HTC, Motorola and Samsung, judging from the rash of early hardware photos hitting gadget sites over the past few days.
Following the news of Sprint’s 4G network deployment in New York, T-Mobile is now boasting that it has the largest 4G network in America with 75 metropolitan areas covered.
T-Mobile announced today that it’s launched its HSPA+ network — which offers faster speeds than typical 3G networks — in 25 cities across America. HSPA+ is an advanced 3G network that the company is pitting against 4G rival cellular networks from Verizon and Sprint.