Verizon Expands 4G LTE in 4 Pennsylvania Counties

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Verizon Wireless today expanded 4G LTE coverage to parts of Pennsylvania. Verizon customers in Somerset, Beaver, Warren and Armstrong counties can now take advantage of data speeds up to ten times faster than the old 3G network. You’ll have to own a 4G LTE enabled device in order to take advantage of the increased data…

T-Mobile’s VoLTE Service Launches in Seattle

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T-Mobile rolled out VoLTE service to the Seattle area today, allowing T-Mobile customers who own a LG G Flex, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy Light the ability to experience clear voice calls like never before. VoLTE – or Voice over LTE if you will – routes voice calls over the same radio frequency, opening…

How To Root the Moto E

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Motorola’s Moto E was rooted over the weekend, according to XDA Developers. Motorola’s budget device, which ships with Android 4.4 KitKat, an unlocked bootloader and a minimal amount of bloatware can now be rooted by way of an unofficial TWRP recovery. Now Moto E owners can install custom ROMs just by performing a few steps. Ready…

Verizon Launches XLTE in Various Markets, Delivers Twice the Bandwidth of LTE: List of Cities Here

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Verizon has begun rolling out XLTE to various markets around the U.S., delivering twice the data bandwidth of the company’s already fast LTE to compatible devices. XLTE is the culmination of various network improvements Verizon has made over the last year, utilizing Verizon’s newly acquired AWS spectrum to boost data speeds to compatible devices. Verizon…

HTC Windows Phone 8.1 device coming to Verizon Wireless

HTC Windows Phone 8.1 device coming to Verizon Wireless

HTC is working on a new Windows Phone device for Verizon Wireless, EVleaks is reporting. According their findings, this will be a flagship smartphone and we can only hope it will borrow some cues from HTC’s high-end Android offering. In other words, what we would ultimately want to see in the upcoming HTC W8#WL —…

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