Leaked AT&T filing shows full LTE coverage would cost additional $3.8B
It demonstrates the significance of our commitment to build out 4G LTE mobile broadband to 97% of the population following our merger with T-Mobile. Without this merger, AT&T could not make this expanded commitment. This merger will unleash billions of ...
Samsung's Popular Galaxy S II Due Out Before iPhone 5
The Samsung Galaxy S II for Verizon, possibly dubbed Celox, is rumored to sport 4G LTEconnectivity and up the ante on specs. This includes a larger (4.5-inch) display, a dual-core 1.5Ghz (up from 1.2), taking a toll on thinness and device weight. ...
Full Stream Wireless brings WiMAX service to Mid-Missouri
Columbia Daily Tribune
Full Stream is partnering with Tranquility to offer a mobile broadband network in Mid-Missouri. The network uses WiMAX technology, which offers speeds comparable to wired broadband options. Josh Niemeyer looks over a WiMAX modem during a training ...
Tempe, Chandler's bold Wi-Fi project fizzled fast
They came before smartphones, iPads and 4g networks and are so 2006. That was the year several Valley cities were touting plans for seamless municipal Wi-Fi networks where users could pay by the hour, day, week or longer to log on to laptops anywhere. ...
LightSquared Tells FCC the GPS Industry Is to Blame for Interference
By Carlton Purvis LightSquared is building a broadband network that would connect the entire country. Using transmitters on the ground and a satellite in space, its 4G service would be available anywhere in North America. Initial tests showed that even ...
D-Backs hope Wi-Fi system attracts fans
The hometown baseball team partnered with AT&T to take fans' game experience to a different level with a new Distributed Antenna System, or DAS, and free Wi-Fi access within the ballpark. The system provides download speeds up to 22.1 mbps, ...
Australia's NBN plans multicast video and interactivity
By Colin Mann NBN Co, the company set up to deliver Australia's first national wholesale-only, open access broadband network to all Australians, has released further details of the product feature that is designed to enable retail service providers to ...
Clear Spot 4G - Apollo Editors' Choice
On top the router has a large (for a router of its size) LCD that shows important information, including the 4G signal strength, number of connected Wi-Fi clients, battery gauge, Wi-Fi network's name and its encryption keys, and current speed of the 4G ...
Two further tenders to plug broadband gap
The Government has issued two tenders to plug the remaining gaps in its ultrafast and ruralbroadband schemes, claiming it may be able to do a bit more than it originally expected with its remaining pot of $15 million. Communications Minister Steven ...
One easy way to keep neighbors from stealing your Wi-Fi
When it comes to keeping cheapskate neighbors from pilfering your Wi-Fi, everything. By Rick Broida, PC World | Security Add a new comment August 13, 2011, 7:54 AM — For many years, I didn't bother protecting my home network. ...
Input Wanted For Northern Wisconsin Broadband Plan
Members of the public interested in commenting on a broadband plan for northern Wisconsin have until Sept. 1 to do so. In June, the group Wired Wisconsin announced that a joint report of the US Department of Agriculture and the Federal Communications ...
Radio Shack Halves Price of Motorola Photon 4G to $99
The Photon 4G comes with a 4.3-inch qHD display, 1Ghz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB on-board storage, an 8MP rear camera, and VGA front cam, Sprint's Wimax 4Gspeeds, and ships with Android 2.3.2.
Expanded broadband access in rural Michigan sought
Midland Daily News
Business and community groups from across the Great Lakes Bay Region have come together to ask the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to take action to expand access to hi-speed mobile broadband service across northern lower Michigan. ...
Broadcom acknowledges WiMAX's U.S. decline
Broadcom, which bought WiMAX/LTE chipmaker Beceem last year for $316 million in a bid to get a leg up in the 4G market, is acknowledging that WiMAX's position in the US market is fading fast. "The WiMAX business is getting isolated to certain ...
Forget 4G and GPS; future phones could have airbags!
By Kevin C. Tofel Aug. 12, 2011, 9:00am PT No Comments So did you hear the one about the smartphone, the airbags and a duck-billed platypus? Me neither; besides, the platypus is extinct and really never got the respect it deserves. ...
Massive broadband scheme could superpower the region
Dumfries and Galloway Standard
A £120 MILLION broadband project is being lined up to deliver lightning-fast internet to the region. Connection speeds up to 15 times faster than currently available are at the centre of an ambitious scheme which could also create new jobs and ...
Verizon 4G network to cover Wiregrass
Ozark council members recently approved allowing Tower Cloud to move fiber from Dothan through Ozark in order for Verizon to expand its 4G LTE network. The city agreement calls for 3 percent of gross receipts, the same agreement currently in place for ...
Comcast provides low-cost Internet services, computers to low-income families
The FCC conducted a survey of 5005 United States residents in October and November 2009 in an effort to understand the state of broadband adoption and use, as well as challenges facing those who do not have broadband at home, according to the report's ...
Share Files Wirelessly Between Android and Any Computer
WiFi File ExplorerWiFi File Explorer uses your Android device's Wi-Fi connection to join your wireless network, then creates a little Web server on your network that lets you browse your files from any other computer on the network. ...
The 4G crunch
What's more, some 4G bands freed up from old satellite services are bumping up against frequencies used for GPS receivers and causing interference. Major US carriers are rolling out a 4G service called LTE (Long Term Evolution) that will achieve speeds ...
AT&T Customers Flock To Wi-Fi
Just about all smartphones and tablets have Wi-Fi radios and, generally, Wi-Fi beats 3G or 4Gconnections in speed, price, and battery consumption. What I find odd is that the AT&T 3G Microcell service consumes data from your plan while the Wi-Fi ...