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Sprint LTE U.S. Coverage

Sprint continues 4G LTE expansion with 11 more markets

November 26th, 2012

Sprint (S) is on a roll with its 4G LTE coverage build out in the United States. Only two weeks after it revealed it  will bring 4G LTE coverage to nine additional U.S. markets, the wireless carrier announced on Monday it is adding 11 more cities and counties to its high-speed network. Currently available in …

Super Wi-Fi Certification Program

Breakthrough wireless tech to combine LTE, Wi-Fi data streams

October 24th, 2012

Why settle for using either LTE or Wi-Fi when you could use both? That’s the question that researchers at several major universities have tried to answer by developing a new wireless technology capable of opening up more bandwidth by delivering the best of both wireless worlds. According to Technology Review, the new wireless tech has …

Study shows American LTE prices more than double European LTE prices

October 16th, 2012

Yes, America, we really are paying too much for our monthly data plans. The New York Times reports that a new study from the GSM Association’s Wireless Intelligence research team has found that American Verizon (VZ) subscribers pay around $7.50 for each gigabyte of data they download, compared to European users who pay $2.50 per gigabyte. A Verizon spokesperson …

Verizon vows to get Voice over LTE running next year

October 9th, 2012

Carriers can blow smoke over which one has the largest “4G” network since the term “4G” encompasses multiple types of wireless technology. But when it comes to having the largest LTE network — and all tests show that LTE services are faster than HSPA+ and WiMAX — Verizon (VZ) is the undisputed champion. And during the MobileCON …

Samsung’s plan for revenge: Sue Apple if it dares release an LTE iPhone

August 30th, 2012

Samsung (005930) will soon go from licking its wounds to licking its chops if Apple’s (AAPL) next iPhone utilizes LTE technology. The Korea Times reports that Samsung has “confirmed that it will immediately sue Apple if the latter releases products using advanced long-term evolution (LTE) mobile technology.” Although Apple has already released an LTE-capable device with the latest …

Leaked photos of iPhone 5 battery raise questions over battery life

August 10th, 2012

LTE traditionally requires a pretty substantial battery, but new reports suggest that Apple (AAPL) has either figured out a way to bring 4G LTE to the iPhone without the added bulk, or is preparing to deliver a seriously underpowered LTE device. After examining leaked pictures of the next-generation iPhone batteries, 9to5Mac found that they were only incrementally larger …

FreedomPop lets cheapskates transform iPod touch into makeshift iPhone

July 31st, 2012

FreedomPop has developed a new “4G case” that’s designed specifically for people who own an Apple (AAPL) iPod touch but who don’t feel like paying for an iPhone or signing a two-year service agreement with a mobile carrier. Per CNET, the new FreedomPop iPod touch 4G Sleeve plugs into the iPod touch’s docking port and provides access to …

Sprint’s LTE network to go live in five cities July 15

June 27th, 2012

Sprint has been selling 4G LTE smartphones for weeks now and soon it will finally have LTE services to go with them. The company on Wednesday said that its LTE network will go live on July 15th in Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Kansas City and San Antonio. Sprint will roll out LTE in more cities throughout the …

Verizon, T-Mobile concoct big LTE spectrum swap

June 25th, 2012

Verizon and T-Mobile have agreed to swap some critical LTE spectrum licenses on the AWS band, although the deal’s completion depends on Verizon acquiring several spectrum licenses from major cable companies. Under the agreement, Verizon and T-Mobile will swap licenses on the AWS band that spans from 1710MHz to 1755MHz for uplink and 2110MHz to 2155MHz …