Posts Tagged ‘4G’

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This may not apply to many people, but for those with 2G devices, AT&T is powering down their network for them in a little more than 4 years. More »

It looks like Apple is currently facing some issues regarding their new iPad with the 4G LTE connectivity as it is currently facing some backlash with some Australian consumer watchdogs. According to them, Apple should just disregard the 4G branding since it has been reported that it is not compatible with their local 4G networks. Apple replied back by claiming that Australian networks were the one mislabled and not their tablet. More »

There have recently been some problems with Verizon’s 4G devices as there were 3 connection problems. Well this is what Verizon has to say about it. More »

This month has passed by with few major 4G outages from Verizon however, bad news is still set to strike. Many customers will feel hard done by from this news, especially those who bought a new smartphone for Christmas. More »

So, for those of you who have Apple’s iPhone 4, you should know that it doesn’t stand for 4G, right? Well, apparently, 34% of your peers who have the iPhone 4 are wrong to believe that they have 4G. More »

Quanta is allegedly in the process of manufacturing a slimmer and smaller version of the current 13-inch MacBook Air. The next Air may have an 11.6-inch display. Also, the 4th generation iPod Touch could be released as soon as August. More »

FaceTime is a great concept because it is free, but its being restricted to Wi-Fi (for now) also makes it limited. Fring is an application that allows 3G and Wi-Fi video calling between iPhone 4 owners. Best of all, though, is that Fring is cross-platform and enables callers using Android, Symbian, or iPhone 4 to chat together. More »

The LCD panel and its glass cover supposedly for the next iPod Touch have surfaced, and strong rumors are that the new model will have a front-facing camera with FaceTime, a 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and 720p video capture, and a gyroscope just like the iPhone 4. More »

From Htcyou: A “tried-and-true tipster” is spilling the details regarding Sprint’s second WiMAX 4G Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Pro S. Most of the specs are in line with what we are expecting, but the SIM card slot is a pleasant bonus that might not make it into production. More »

Every week, there are thousands of tech news and gadget stories. We will spare you the dross and apprise you of the most important information. Here is the filtered version of this week’s happenings. More »

From Htcyou: iPhone 4, HTC can do it too. Sprint’s game changing WiMAX smartphone is going white and will be available exclusively at Best Buy starting July 11th. More »

Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G launch was among the biggest in the carrier’s history. To add variety, Sprint is adding a QWERTY Android smartphone with WiMAX 4G enabled. More »

Smartphone competition is at an all time high this year. There is no shortage of performance, pricey models to choose from. However, one handset features something that nothing else does: WiMAX 4G. Sprint is the first carrier to use 4G speeds, and its HTC Evo 4G, running Google’s Android 2.1 Eclair, is the other hotly anticipated smartphone to be released in June. More »

From Htcyou: Sprint’s first HTC Evo 4G giveaway included paid vacations, but its was open only to Premiere customers. This new Facebook contest makes any American adult eligible to win one of ten Evo 4G super-smartphones. More »

From Htcyou: An anonymous tipster has informed Phandroid that “RadioShack’s internal employee information system” shows that the HTC Evo 4G is heading for pre-order later this month and should be shipped early to mid-June. More »

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