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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,...

AT&T Rolls Out LTE To Six New Markets

04/10/2013, AT&T has announced today that it has added six additional markets to its LTE network. This latest addition brings the total number of markets, in which AT&T’s LTE service is available, up to 182. The carrier also added that it has plans to...

Verizon 4G LTE Router Announced

04/04/2013, For those living in the US, most folks would know that there are four major mobile carriers, and Verizon is one of them, with the mobile carrier company having introduced a fair number of 4G LTE hotspots. Well, to make sure that customers have another way...

UK Carrier EE Confirms Samsung Galaxy S4 Will Feature 4G LTE

03/13/2013, While it is more or less a given that flagship phones of 2013 have 4G LTE connectivity, it is always nice to have it confirmed. Samsung will be launching the next-gen Galaxy S device tomorrow and LTE is one of the features many predicted would be part of...

Verizon Could Sell LTE-Only Handsets Next Year

03/04/2013, While I am quite sure that some of us might not even be sure that we will be able to make it past this year into the next, companies cannot have such a fatalistic view point for two things – unless it has been financially “sick” for the longest...