Sprint quietly confirmed yesterday that it would offer an unlimited data plan for its upcoming 4G LTE network, but if the market is any indication, those plans could change fast.
After spending the better part of 2011 fighting regulators, the wholesale wireless company Lightsquared suffered a killer blow from the FCC today that could squash its 4G LTE network plans.
The massive success of the iPhone 4S, together with its next-generation LTE 4G network, helped Verizon see strong earnings of $0.52 a share in the fourth quarter on revenue of $28.4 billion.
Nokia’s Lumia 900 Windows Phone pretty much owned the smartphone field at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show and is now expected to launch on March 18.
While Sprint was likely saving news of its first-ever 4G LTE phone until the Consumer Electronics Show next week, an online ad leaked the news a bit early.
Guest Post 2011 was a banner year for mobile gaming. We’re now seeing 60 percent of smartphone users regularly playing games on their devices and surveys indicate that number will only increase. That’s a remarkable achievement considering only 18 percent of gamers played on mobile devices in 2009.
AT&T, the second largest U.S. wireless carrier, is expanding coverage of its high-speed LTE network to 11 new markets, the company announced today.
A mockup comparing the Lumia 900 to the Lumia 800
Verizon Wireless may be paying the price for being the first carrier in the world to widely roll out LTE 4G technology.
If you’re interested in the Windows Phone mobile operating system, but holding out for LTE 4G devices on the platform, you may not have to wait much longer.
Verizon Wireless is currently experiencing its third data outage for the month of December, undermining the company’s sterling reputation for reliability.
Qualcomm’s mobile chipset dominance may be threatened by a new joint venture spearheaded by Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, focusing on next-generation LTE products.
Sure, AT&T’s grand plan to take over T-Mobile has fallen on its face, but at least the company now has more spectrum available for its budding 4G LTE network, thanks to government approval for a deal announced last year.
Wholesale wireless network startup LightSquared is in danger of running out of money by the second quarter of 2012.