Communications

T-Mobile LG DoublePlay to be Launched on November 2nd

October 25, 2011, By Leo Xavier

The LG DoublePlay handset, which was unveiled back on October 17th and is headed to T-Mobile, is an attempt by the company to gain some ground in the area of new form factors. Earlier, the company gave us some details about the device’s features including the fact that it comes with dual touchscreens. But we […]

Broadband Speed and Demand Take the Fast Lane

October 25, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s some trivia. Do you know which country has the highest broadband connectivity? It’s The Netherlands. At least, that’s what Akamai’s The State of the Internet report for the second quarter of 2011 says. The data gives a broad picture of broadband connections and their flow across our planet. The number of broadband subscribers is […]

Universal Service Fund Reform: Specifying a Fiber Optic Infrastructure

October 24, 2011, By George Lang

In line with the goals of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the FCC has recently announced important reforms to its 1997 Universal Service Fund legislation designed to bankroll improvements in broadband infrastructure to rural areas, poor communities, and high cost of living regions nationwide. Additionally, the change to funding strategies, referred to […]

Universal Service Fund (USF): Why There is a Need to Reform it

October 24, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Earlier, we gave you a report on how the Universal Service Fund (USF) came into being and what it deals with at present. We detailed about the history of the fund, its goals and the four programs that were established by the commission to fulfill the goals. As you might know, there is an ongoing […]

Sprint 3G Speeds Way Too Low, Post-Apple iPhone 4S Launch

October 21, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The iPhone 4S coming to Sprint was a great thing, but it is sort of taking its toll on the carrier’s 3G network! All the record breaking sales numbers Sprint had when the iPhone was launched is giving trouble now. Customers across the country have started complaining about the carrier’s 3G network upload and download […]

Verizon Galaxy Nexus Price in the US Likely to Stay in $600-$700 Range

October 20, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You have been online witnesses to the launch of the Galaxy Nexus at the Ice Cream Sandwich event in Hong Kong. We know everyone of you out there is happy to see the Nexus. However, the happiness seems to have been dented as Google stopped short of announcing the price and launch date of the […]

NTT DoCoMo Winter-Spring Line Up Includes 24 New Mobile Devices

October 20, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Guys, this is the biggest ever line up offered by the Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo. Its super-diverse 2011 winter- 2012 spring offering includes 24 new mobile phones, 14 of them smartphones, which cater to a broad range of needs of the Japanese consumers. The lineup includes smartphones for DoCoMo’s extra-high-speed next-generation LTE service, Xi for […]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus in November; Japanese Carrier NTT DoCoMo Confirms

October 18, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Hong Kong, here it comes! Samsung and Google are all set to unveil the first Ice Cream Sandwich device on October 18 at Hong Kong. We have already had rumors as to when the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be available, with the pointers on the date 10th of November. Now we know for sure that […]

Huawei MediaPad Android Honeycomb Tablet Hits FCC; Headed for T-Mobile

October 18, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Paying a visit to the FCC is the best way to get information about upcoming devices. Any device which is equipped with wireless anything has to pass through FCC doors before getting approval for hitting store shelves. The first pictures of gadgets also usually come by way of the FCC. Such an upcoming device has […]

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Feels Verizon is More Reliable that AT&T [Video]

October 18, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you thought  Verizon is a more reliable network than AT&T, you have company! The man who shares your view is none other than the co-founder of Apple – Steve Wozniak. Feels good to know that, huh? As you might have read already, Woz had queued up at the Apple Store in California to buy […]

AT&T Huawei Impulse 4G Gets a Detailed Scrutiny on Video

October 17, 2011, By Leo Xavier

A while ago, we gave you the latest news on a high-end Android device on AT&T. Now let’s take a peek at another device that is available on the carrier. Although the AT&T Impulse 4G is a mid-range smartphone, the device comes with support for AT&T’s 4G HSPA+ network. The Huawei Impulse 4G won’t be […]

Motorola Atrix 2 Now Available from AT&T for $100

October 17, 2011, By Leo Xavier

We have the latest news for those of you who are not so impressed with the latest iDevices and are interested in playing with Android. AT&T’s latest high-end Android smartphone, the Motorola Atrix 2, is now available for purchase with a price tag of $100. The Gingerbread handset, which was announced and shown off last […]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Shows up on Verizon Internal Systems; Coming with 4G LTE Support

October 14, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We know that you are waiting eagerly for the launch of Galaxy Nexus aka Nexus Prime and the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The phone is always hot in the rumors and leaks, and now the device has leaked again. Just two days earlier, we updated you about the rumored release of the handset and […]

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