Ok, this thing is pretty sweet. It’s the first mobile hotspot to include 4G over LTE and WiMax in one unit with ability for 3G outside of 4G areas. It also had a SDCard slot to basically create your own cloud storage for a team and acts as a digital media server. This device is [...]
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The FCC announced today that they are in talks to setup a fund to be availabe for data connection improvement for rural areas. This makes me smile, as I live in a VERY rural area, though Verizon has been great!
Those of you on Sprint using the Galaxy Nexus will be happy to hear this news! Sprint announced today that it will begin pushing out an update to correct the 3G data connectivity issues users have been experiencing. The update will allow the device to hop on a data signal, and also corrects a bug [...]
Tango reached out to us to let us know about the big update to Video Messages in their application. Below is the change log from the update. • Send a FREE Video Message without calling first! • View your Sent & Received messages! • Group Video Messaging! • Send messages to friends who are not on Tango!
Yup! You read the title correctly. You can, with a little hacking, make the Samsung Galaxy Note work on T-Mobile’s 4G (HSPA+) network. This process is a bit involved and is not recommend for the causal user. You can risk bricking your device if something were to go wrong in the process. Here is what [...]
Looks like the Galaxy Tab 7.7 returned to the FCC showing its 3G-capable model. The 7.7 Tab looks similar to the WiFi only model seen back in September, but the 3G model will be arriving with HSPA+. The GT-P6800 will offer some faux-G speeds alongside a sizable Super AMOLED Plus panel (1280 x 800) and standard WiFi, Bluetooth [...]
For weeks we have been covering the patent battle between corporate GIANT Apple and Samsung/HTC. This has been going on in numerous places all over the world with some success on getting what they want. Since Apple can’t find a way to sue Google or Android OS directly, they went after the licensees like [...]
If there is one thing that does not shock me as a Canadian, that is cellular carriers charging an arm and a leg for data. For all of you in the US you have been enjoying the good life of unlimited data, and while I have glared jealously from the Great White North I am [...]
This has come as a little bit of a shocker this morning, but Huawei has announced their latest Anroid tablet. The MediaPad is going to be a 7-inch Android tablet that will feature Android 3.2 (Honeycomb), which is the big shocker in this announcement. Huawei is saying that Android 3.2 is merely a 7-inch optimized [...]
Panasonic has announced their next venture into the Android world today with the Toughbook. The tablet will be a rugged device that will be aimed towards business professionals, I would assume namely those that do a lot of field work. The Toughbook will be a 10.1″ device, which does seem a little larger for lugging around a job-site [...]