by Stephen Schenck | August 26, 2014 9:59 AM
A couple weeks back, we were talking about the idea of smartphones that dropped all their 2G/3G radios in favor of going 4G-only, relying on LTE for everything from voice to data. While such an arrangement could offer some very real benefits, it sounded like we were still pretty far off, and hearing about Verizon's progress towards thatgoal, it was looking like we still might have another two years to wait. One of the stepping stones along the way, before losing the 2G/3G hardware, would be transitioning existing services over to LTE, and for years now we've been waiting to see voice ...
Pocketnow Weekly 081: Lenovo buys Motorola, Galaxy S5 fingerprints, & interview with special guest Ryan Negriby Michael Fisher | January 30, 2014 4:57 PM
When you can kick off a tech podcast with a string of expletives taken right from your publication's teamwide chat records, you know it's been a crazy week in the news. The Lenovo Motorola deal, announced late yesterday afternoon, threw our whole week -and perhaps our whole world- into disarray, and we're grateful for the chance to sit down and talk it through on today's show. But the news doesn't stop there. Galaxy S 5 speculation is still coming fast and furious, with details like Samsung's rumored fingerprint scanner beginning to take shape; we're starting to catch wind of Nokia's plans ...
by Jaime Rivera | April 2, 2013 2:30 AM
With T-Mobile's announcement of their iPhone 5 and support for HD voice over LTE, it was only a matter of time before other carriers began doing the same. AT&T Senior VP Kris Rinne just confirmed that the carrier will also bring this same service later this year. HD Voice is sadly not something that works on every LTE device. Only certain devices like the iPhone 5 support it, and then obviously the network has to take the lap to offer it as well. According to Rinne, this is part of AT&T's Voice-Over-LTE Strategy. AT&T has definitely done a lot of great work in enhancing their ...
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