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Despite what the name suggests, Qualcomm's all-new Snapdragon Wear 2500 platform is not a true Wear 2100 sequel. But it's still an interesting wearable SoC.
Spring is almost over, and the 4G LTE-enabled Nokia 8110, aka the reimagined banana phone or Matrix phone, finally has a price tag and semi-specific release date... in two Asian markets.
Restricted to business customers for a little while, the Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE Advanced has gone up for pre-orders for everyone back in March, and is now available for rapid delivery.
In addition to vastly improved cellular download speeds, 5G technology could come with ultra-low network latency crucially contributing to monumental smartphone battery life.
Available for Microsoft's business customers since December, the LTE-enabled fifth-generation Surface Pro is now up for pre-order for everyday consumers too.
More and more countries around the world are enjoying "truly exceptional" 4G LTE availability scores, according to OpenSignal, but speeds are no longer surging at the usual pace.
Without so much as a heads-up, a Nokia 3310 4G version has surfaced on the company's official Chinese website, unfortunately lacking pricing information.
Intel may not be able to supply all required baseband chips for dual SIM-supporting 2018 iPhones, with Qualcomm also in the mix.
The eSIM technology of the cellular-capable Apple Watch Series 3 may have cost it access to LTE networks in China, at least temporarily.
Microsoft knows you've been waiting for a Surface Pro configuration with LTE connectivity since forever, likely prepping a December 1 rollout.
T-Mobile has just switched on the world's first 600 MHz LTE network sites, laying the foundation for an eventual jump to 5G technology.
It's pretty much guaranteed now, after hearing the same thing from separate, equally credible sources - the Apple Watch Series 3 is coming this September.
T-Mobile is looking to quickly capitalize on wide 600 MHz spectrum it spent nearly $8 billion on fairly recently, with a big deployment planned this year.
Both the "frontier" and "classic" versions of the Tizen-powered Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch with LTE speeds have started selling with Verizon.
There's good and bad news for US mobile users in OpenSignal's latest "State of LTE" report. Basically, LTE speeds are horrible, but availability is great.
It's unclear who can get it and when, but the gratis Sprint Magic Box is pretty cool and innovative, easily boosting indoor and outdoor signal.
Who knew there would be so much customer interest surrounding the world's smallest LTE smartphone, dubbed Jelly, and funded on Kickstarter in minutes?
This year's third-gen Apple Watch is expected to adopt standalone LTE, while 2018 iPhones may mix the best of Lightning and USB Type-C technologies.
Technically, Verizon leads as far as 4G availability is concerned, while T-Mobile edges its arch-rival in download speeds. But the gaps are microscopic.
If you're having trouble with LTE coverage and speeds on Verizon in remote locations, you could try the latest Network Extender before switching carriers.
The just-unveiled Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 modem could make theoretical 1 Gbps download speeds possible on phones by the end of the year.
It’s a known fact that all networks have their dead spots. T-Mobile CEO readily admits that, but only after preceding that claim by announcing that his network has expanded coverage to the extent that the AT&T and Verizon are at right now. And while Un-carrier X is just days away, it seems that Big Magenta got a bit too restless.
It decided to pull an #UncarrierAmped move on its 7.0 proclamation, delivering Wi-Fi hotspots to its customers. Now, T-Mobile’s (almost) giving away “CellSpots” that takes outlet power and a broadband internet connection, [...]
One of the worst parts about buying a smartphone is the monthly plan, so we tried out TextNow Wireless. Here are our thoughts on the MVNO 2 weeks in!