Some people would prefer a smartphone without all the bells, whistles, and expense that come with some of the higher-end models. Sprint now has an answer for those folks.
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) aims to provide the ability to handle cellular voice calls over LTE. In this post, we take a look at how VoLTE works and how it will affect consumers in the coming years.
Vodafone has announced that its UK 4G network will be online before the end of the summer, finally offering consumers an alternative to EE. O2 and Three are also both planning to bring their networks online before the end of 2013.
GSMA has released a report highlighting the growing disparity between EU and US mobile networks, and suggests several recommendations to bring Europe back up to speed.
Some Verizon Galaxy S4 pre-orders are apparently shipping. On a different note, T-Mobile could soon sell the Galaxy S3 LTE version. Read on to find out more details.
At an event in London this morning, EE outlined its plans to double 4G download speeds and to begin testing its LTE Advanced network in the coming months.
As the nation goes crazy for faster and faster mobile data, carriers are running out of capacity. Now goes the hunt to find more wireless spectrum to push those Instagram photos, WhatsApp chats and Skype video-conferences on.
The South Korean Galaxy S4 appears to have hit the FCC as the SHV-E300S/K, sporting multi-band LTE and a 1.8GHz processor that’s believed to be an Exynos 5 Octa.
The LTE-enabled Chromebook Pixel will set you back $1,499, plus additional fees for monthly connectivity on top of the free 100MB allocation.
LTE Advanced promises to boost your already fast LTE data speeds up to a theoretical 1Gbps, but how exactly does it work and when can we start using it?