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LG Watch Sport and Watch Style review

by Joshua Vergara 12 hours ago15 comments

What is in your smartphone? – Gary explains

by Gary Sims 14 hours ago2 comments

What we want to see in the Mi MIX 2

by Brian Reigh 7 hours ago12 comments

Don’t fear Frankenstein’s Galaxy Note 7

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago26 comments
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Sprint and Ericsson working together to demonstrate Gigabit LTE

Sprint will be demonstrating its Gigabit LTE TDD at MWC this weekend. While it’s not technically 5G, it is a crucial foundational step towards 5G.
by Brian Reigh23 hours ago6

Report shows that two-thirds of mobile traffic comes from just five apps

A recent report by Ericsson shows that two-thirds of app data traffic over mobile networks comes from just five apps.
by William Neilson JrMarch 9, 201511

WSJ: Xiaomi worth more than $45 billion after most recent funding campaign

As Xiaomi's parent company finishes yet another whirlwind round of capital-creating campaigning, the Wall Street Journal has indicated it's valued at $45B.
by Matthew BensonDecember 22, 20144

Xiaomi can sell Mi3 and Redmi 1S in India again, following new court hearing

Xiaomi obtained a partial lift of the injunction banning it to sell smartphones in India, after a Delhi court decided that its Qualcomm-powered devices should not be affected by the ban.
by Bogdan PetrovanDecember 16, 201411

Xiaomi devices sales banned in India due to Ericsson patent spat

In the latest saga of patent warfare, the High Court of Delhi has awarded Ericsson injunction against Xiaomi in India.
by Matthew BensonDecember 11, 201415

Future 5G speeds could be just about anything

According to one professor, 5G broadband will be able to go as fast as 800Gbps.
by William Neilson JrDecember 9, 201443

Qualcomm and Ericsson test 450Mbps Cat10 LTE speeds, destined for SoCs in 2015

Qualcomm has announced its 5th-gen multimode modem, capable of Cat10 LTE download speeds of 450Mbps.
by Robert TriggsNovember 19, 20147

Ericsson projects 6.1 billion smartphone subscribers by the end of 2020

Ericsson has just released its latest Mobility Report indicating 2014 was a big year for smartphones, and the future is going to be even bigger!
by Matthew BensonNovember 18, 20143

Wireless companies protest net neutrality rules by… having a car show?

AT&T wants customers to contribute towards their data allotment so they can collect as much as $15 per gigabyte overages.
by William Neilson JrNovember 1, 201427
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