| |AT&T's LTE boot-up: What it means to you (Q&A)
Come Sunday, AT&T will finally flip the switch on its 4G LTE network--in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio--almost a year after announcing its LTElaunch plans. Suffice it to say that AT&T customers have been waiting a long time for...
| |Boffins boost battery life with underclocked Wi-Fi
Engineering professor Kang Shin and doctoral student Xinyu Zhang have developed a technique for saving the battery life of Wi-Fi devices by clocking down the Wi-Fi radio system to 1/16th of its normal idling power output. Dubbed "Energy-Minimizing Idle ...
| |Home broadband (100+ Kb/s)
Sydney Morning Herald
When he asked what core Liberal values were, Abbott said "no on climate change and no on national broadband network". "When did they become core Liberal values?" Oakeshott wanted to know. Although it would be 17 days before Oakeshott announced his ...
| |China Mobile talks LTE iPhone, inks 4G Clearwire deal
Neither AT&T nor Verizon are using the TD-LTE standard, rendering the smartphone's high-speed connectivity incompatible. However, Clearwire – which currently operates aWiMAX network in the US – has announced a new deal with China Mobile to promote the ...
| |The challenges for wholesale network operators
For example, various public interest organizations noted in an FCC filing in support of LightSquared that “compelling public interest benefits… would flow from a new mobile broadband entrant, particularly one offering a wholesale network that can ...
| |Telus to carry Samsung 4G Galaxy S II X smartphone
Canadian carrier Telus has announced that it will carry the a version of the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone, which it has dubbed the 4G Galaxy S II X. The version for Telus appears to be similar to the Galaxy S II that will be hitting T-Mobile in the ...
| |Commercial 4G network launched in Saudi Arabia
According to a recent press release, STC is offering commercial 4G mobile service using Time Division Long Term Evolution (TD-LTE) technology which gives consumers enhanced mobilebroadband experience with faster access to high-quality video and more ...
| |Infonetics: LTE equipment spending surpassed WiMAX in Q2
Moreover, the firm said growth in the overall infrastructure market--2G, 3G and 4G--continues to surge, with equipment spending up 25.2 per cent year-over-year and up 4.5 per cent from the first quarter to the second quarter. "Although LTE and 4G ...
| |4G area launch: Verizon Wireless unveils fast network
Middle East North Africa Financial Network
Sep 17, 2011 (El Paso Times - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- Verizon Wireless this week launched its 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) data network in part of El Paso and Las Cruces. "This gives us the ability to carry more data more ...
| |LTE: iPhone 5 release date ignores AT&T 4G launch, Verizon buildout
by Bill Palmer The iPhone 5 arrives to market with both existing iPhone carriers having commenced with the buildout of their 4G LTE networks, with AT&T about to join Verizon in embracing the next generation networking technology whether Apple adds it...
| |LightSquared 4G service faces major technical and political hurdles
However, under their new ownership, they received a conditional FCC waiver to use spectrum originally licensed for satellite service to offer wholesale terrestrial LTE (4G) mobile service. Rather than a low power supplement for the satellite service, ...
| |LG LU6200 1.5 GHz dual-core HD LTE Android Smartphone leaks
There's an LTE radio inside, this allowing data transfer speeds to max out at 75Mbps, and you'll also find NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-fi, and DMB right out of the box. DMB will almost certainly be a South Korea exclusive, for those of you wondering what the ...
| |The future of mobile arrives at LTE Showcase
Scoop.co.nz (press release)
Partners, customers, media and members of New Zealand's innovation community will be hosted at the LTE Showcase at Telecom Place in Auckland during September and October. LTE is the next generation mobile broadband standard, evolving seamlessly from ...
| |FCC Broadband Staffers Nominated for Service Award
Broadcasting & Cable
By John Eggerton -- Broadcasting & Cable, 9/16/2011 5:57:45 PM FCC staffers Julius Knapp, Ruth Milkman, Sharon Gillett and the rest of the omnibus broadband plan team have been collectively nominated for the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medial's ...
| |Motorola Photon 4G Review
The Photon 4G breaks that tradition and represents the first flagship-level Android phone from Motorola to the Sprint Wireless network. Read on to see if it lives up to the promise in our Motorola Photon 4G review. With the dearth of Android phones, ...
| |Southampton setting the standard for super-fast broadband
This Is Hampshire.net
By Matt Smith » Political reporter ANOTHER 10000 homes and businesses in and around Southampton are set to benefit from super-fast broadband, BT has announced. Moorhill, Burlesdon, Fordingbridge and Hythe are among the latest places included in the ...
| |Batelco to launch broadband TV
Batelco, the leading telecom service provider in Bahrain, has announced that Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) will soon be available for Broadband customers in two newly developed areas. IPTV is arguably the most innovative product to be delivered ...
| |Greenpacket Launches its New Value Packed WiMAX Indoor Modems
By Raju Shanbhag Allowing everyone at home to surf, stream and share multiple contents, Greenpacket, a developer of Next Generation mobile broadband and networking solutions, has unveiled two WiMAX (News - Alert) compliant indoor modems, the DV235 and ...
| |After skipping 3G for LTE, MetroPCS is moving back to EV-DO
Between last year, this year and next year, we'll have almost $1 billion deployed in a 4G LTE network. We really can't start putting a significant amount of our customers onto that LTE network—which will bring a lot of efficiencies to us—until the ...
| |LTE Asia reveals market reality
Since mobile operators in developed Asian markets have already deployed dense HSPA networks, the move to LTE is meticulously scrutinized. Few network executives also mentioned Super WiFi and whether this has the potential to disrupt the success of LTE ...
| |Sprint's Samsung GALAXY S II, Epic 4G Touch now available for $200
By Todd Haselton
The first of Samsung's GALAXY S II devices to land in the United States, Sprint's "Samsung GALAXY S II, Epic 4G
Touch", is now available online for $199. ... of the trimmings you'd expect from a high-end smartphone including a gorgeous AMOLED Plus display, 16GB of storage, a 1.2GHz dual-core Samsung Exynos processor, an 8-megapixel camera capable of capturing 1080p HD video, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video chats and support for Sprint's 4G WiMAX
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