An HTC employee posted a straight up apology to everyone who has ever suffered because of the issues that were caused by the old HTC Thunderbolt, all while replying to a comment on social news site reddit.
Verizon is continuing its 4G LTE roll out, arriving now to five new markets, as well as expanding in some existing markets.
Sprint has launched its 4G LTE service in 21 more locations and announced more markets that will get the connectivity in the coming months.
It looks like quite a few lucky Sprint subscribers are about to see LTE service finally come to their local market on April 12th, at least if an alleged internal memo turns out to be the real deal.
While they’re no match for the record-breaking numbers posted by Samsung fiscal quarter after quarter, LG’s smartphone sales have been on the rise lately, mostly boosted by the Nexus 4 and Optimus G hits.
AT&T’s 4G LTE rollout is underway, with the operator turning on the service in three new markets and expanding it in four others. The process will continue this summer.
Are you still holding out for AT&T 4G LTE coverage? The carrier just announced a large expansion where 14 more markets now have the blazing fast LTE speeds.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has been as big a sales hit as they come, but we know very well things could have gone down even smoother for the 4.8-incher.
Three UK is in no rush to roll out its 4G LTE service. So it looks like those who are looking to take advantage of their LTE-enabled devices will have to stick with EE longer.
T-Mobile has officially launched its LTE network in seven U.S. cities. Will you be switching to the carrier?