First introduced at CES as the Projector Hotspot, the ZTE-made LivePro is a crazy contraption that, Sprint hopes, is more than the sum of its parts. And boy, there are a lot of parts to talk about.
T-Mobile also revealed that they have achieved their mid-year coverage goal of expanding its LTE footprint with 230 million people covered by its LTE network by the end of this month.
Allied Market Research is reporting that the LTE market will grow quickly and be worth more than $997 Billion by 2020. The report analyzes the global LTE market based on geographical regions and reveals that Asia Pacific possesses the highest potential and is expected to generate the highest revenue with approximately 40% of the global LTE market. North America currently occupies about 50% share in the global market.
A new LTE equipped version of the Moto G has just shown up at Amazon.com, all ahead of today’s announcement! Now it’s all but guaranteed to be announced.
In 1993, Verizon signed an agreement with New Jersey that provided the company with near $13 billion in subsidies and tax cuts in exchange for a promise to wire all of the state with 45 Mbps fixed-line broadband by 2010. Verizon didn’t keep its promise.
T-Mobile has announced its plans to add 4G LTE to its slower 2G network, bringing additional coverage and speed to its customers.
MediaTek’s new MT6732 mobile SoC is 64-bit and LTE compatible and is based on four ARM Cortex A53 cores.
By combining three distinct spectrum bands, two of Korea’s largest carriers will be able to offer LTE download speeds of up to 300Mbps by the end of the year.
A device described as LGE LTE Mobile Phone (LG-E960) showed up in the Bluetooth SIG database, prompting speculation that a Nexus 4 LTE is coming. However, the truth is likely less exciting.
When it comes to picking the fastest data carrier there are loads of choices, but perhaps the most important decision is deciding between a 4G or LTE.