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Nexus 7 LTE Model Could See Mid-September Debut

08/28/2013, Just when will the Nexus 7 LTE enabled tablet arrive in the market? Well, there are signs from Japan as well as Europe which will point in the direction of some time this coming mid-September, and this has increased the hopes of some that a similar...

HTC Reportedly Lagging Behind In LTE Market

08/26/2013, Data compiled by Strategy Analytics reveals that HTC is continuing to lose its ground in the LTE segment of the smartphone market. Its market share has considerably dropped over the last couple of years, the company now stands behind Samsung, Apple, Sony...

Intel XMM 7160 LTE Modem To Ship This Month

08/19/2013, Later this month, Intel is going to ship its XMM 7160 discrete LTE solution for mobile devices. With this new design, Intel will support 15 LTE bands (there are 30-40 bands, and growing), which is a good step in addressing the LTE band fragmentation that...

Sony Xperia Z Ultra LTE Edition Arrives At The FCC

08/11/2013, When you have a particular device arrive at the FCC, it can more or less mean only one thing – it is about to be released to the masses, ready to hit the market, in most cases, anyways. As for the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, apparently the device in its...

Yota Ruby LTE Hotspot Has E-Ink Display

05/21/2013, Do any of you remember the Yotaphone? This is a dual display smartphone that runs on the Android operating system, and at CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas, Yota devices, the company behind the Yotaphone (Captain Obvious is calling in this time around, informing...

AT&T 4G LTE Switched On In 20 New Markets

04/30/2013, Verizon Wireless has the largest 4G LTE network in U.S., with the service being offered in approximately 500 markets. Moreover the carrier is expected to be finished with its deployment work in a couple of months. After it, AT&T is the second network...

Dell Delivers 4G LTE Wireless Connectivity For Windows 8 Tablet

04/26/2013, Dell is venturing into unchartered territory at the moment, at least from their point of view, by throwing in 4G LTE wireless connectivity for their Windows 8-powered tablet. The tablet in question that we are referring to here would be the Dell XPS 10,...