Tag Archives: LTE

Mobile Update for May 21, 2012

Here are some of the important things that happened in the mobile industry this past week with my usual insightful commentary. LightSquared files for bankruptcy The company that was going to help deploy LTE in the US ran into a … Continue reading

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Mobile data solutions for iPad

I have been asked if you have to buy an iPad with 4G (or 3G) to get data on the go with the tablet. The short answer is no, you don’t. There are several options to get your data fix … Continue reading

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Review: the New iPad

I have been using a “new iPad” for a few days and would like to share my impressions of the device. For the record, I am using a black, 64GB, Verizon 4G model. Before I dive into my review, it … Continue reading

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Mobile Update for March 18, 2012

Here are some of the interesting things that happened this week in the mobile industry with my usual witty commentary. The New iPad The big story of the week was the release of the new iPad on March 16. I … Continue reading

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Verizon LTE phones won’t work with other LTE carriers

It sounds like the dream of buying one LTE phone that will work with any carrier is not going to happen – at least not any time soon. There are several reasons for this. Verizon stated to PC Magazine that … Continue reading

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Mobile Carrier Update – May 21, 2011

Here are the interesting things happening with mobile carriers this week with my commentary. AT&T Shows off LTE.¬†AT&T demoed their LTE technology to GigaOm in their Texas facility. Speeds of 28Mpbs downloads and 10Mbs uploads are expected to be the … Continue reading

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This week in mobile – March 20, 2011

It’s been another busy week for the mobile industry. Let’s get to it… Carriers If you’re a Sprint push to talk fan, be warned that Sprint intends to shut down its current IDEN based system in 2013 and replace with … Continue reading

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