05/19/2013, Verizon has increased the data caps on its 3G prepaid plans, increasing them to 2GB and 4GB of data on its 3G service.
04/24/2013, FreedomPop recently set to upset the world of ISPs by offering free broadband Internet, which was a little too good to be true when we realized it would offer only 1GB of Internet service for free per month. It’s now setting its sights to the world of 4G Internet as they’re announcing their first hotspot. FreedomPop’s Overdrive Pro is a $40 hotspot that features a dual-mode that allows it to use […]
03/26/2013, Earlier this year, we did read about how North Korea, the world’s most reclusive nation bar none, has taken a step into the 21st century, through allowing 3G connectivity for tourists and their smartphones. Well, it seems as though there is an about turn performed here, where tourists will no longer be able to take advantage of 3G connectivity there while roaming, and long term visitors are subject to restricted […]
10/11/2012, Verizon has been busy rolling out 4G LTE network coverage over the past couple of years, an indication that 4G is most definitely the next-gen network that mobile users can look forward to in the near future as more devices become compatible with it. So what happens to 2G and 3G networks when 4G LTE becomes the dominant network of choice in the future? Well as far as Verizon is […]
08/15/2012, I am quite sure that some of us out there who rely on our phone’s data connection are frustrated at times when we show up at a place, only to find the lack of a 3G signal throw a spanner in the works, as 2G connectivity is way too slow to work with. Well, if you need a decent mobile Internet connection on your device at all times, might I […]
07/24/2012, For those of you who own a Kindle 3G, it looks like those days of free, unlimited web browsing have come to an end. According to reports online, some users are starting to receive 3G bandwidth cap warnings. Apparently users were just browsing with the e-book reader as normal and were then presented with warnings letting them know that they had hit their 50MB monthly quota. They then received another […]
05/21/2012, It looks like FaceTime will finally go 3G in iOS 5. Or maybe not. This may not be the first time for us to report to you about FaceTime running on 3G. If you can still remember last year, we wrote to you about the rumor about FaceTime arriving on Verizon’s 3G network. But as with other rumors, they don’t really happen. Others might come true, but at least not […]
04/06/2012, It seems that Apple’s new iPad just can’t catch a break. When it was first launched, it was met with users complaining about heat issues, then it was issues regarding its battery, then it was users complaining that the new iPad’s WiFi signals are weaker than its predecessors. While those are legit questions and issues brought up by users, it certainly feels like Apple has a lot to answer for, […]
03/28/2012, In a press release by Amazon, the Kindle Touch 3G which the company describe as the most full-featured Kindle e-reader is now available for pre-order in many more locations around the world. The Kindle Touch 3G is the touchscreen version of Amazon’s popular eBook reader and features free 3G wireless connectivity for your downloading needs. Amazon reiterated that with the free wireless 3G service, there will be no annual contracts, monthly […]
11/30/2011, While the battery drain on 3G phones isn’t as severe as it is compared to 4G LTE capable devices, it still consumes a fair amount of power that usually causes heavy users to run out of juice by the end of the day. Funded by the Finnish government, a team of researchers have managed to develop a technology that they claim can cut the power consumption of 3G phones by […]
11/02/2011, It’s no surprise that the 3G speeds on Sprint’s network took a dive when the iPhone 4S hit the stores. When we last wrote about the issue, Sprint didn’t seem to think it was a big problem, with a spokesperson quoted as saying: “Overall, iPhone performance on the Sprint network is consistent with our expectations and the rest of our high-end portfolio.”
10/25/2011, Cyclists in Japan will be pleased to hear that Pioneer will be launching the PotterNavi, which is a GPS gadget designed for cyclists in mind, and for those who use bicycles as their main mode of transportation, which is not uncommon in countries like Japan and China.
10/25/2011, The iPhone 4S is certainly quite the market mover, but all is not well with the latest iOS 5 device and Sprint. It seems that iPhone 4S users who rock with Sprint have been experiencing speed issues, and the number of complaints are starting to rise, so something urgent and important needs to be done in order to address the situation. Word on the street has it that Sprint is […]
10/20/2011, Uh-oh. It looks like Sprint could be in trouble. After happily reporting that it broke all sales records last week for the launch of the iPhone on its network, now that it’s finally available – it seems that its networks are starting to feel the strain. Just like AT&T’s 3G network when the iPhone was introduced, it’s Sprint’s turn to suffer from the sudden influx of new customers. Ever since […]