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AT&T Adds LTE Support to Aio Prepaid Wireless Brand

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Shortly after adding LTE and HSPA+ support to its GoPhone prepaid brand, AT&T has rolled out LTE support for its newest prepaid brand, Aio Wireless. Aio will be sending a OTA update to the SIMs of its customers that will enable customers with devices that support LTE  to access the service. “We’re delighted to share the…

Leak Shows Details Of AT&T LG Optimus G Pro

5-inch LG Optimus G Pro launched in Japan

We’ve already seen the Optimus G Pro in action in our review of the Korean unit, but LG isn’t done just yet. The company is slated to lay out all of its cards on the table regarding the U.S. rollout of the unit on May 1st in New York, and thanks to an anonymous tipster who spoke to…

How NVIDIA Developed The Tegra 4i In Only 22 Days

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In this age of rapid technological innovation, it is easy to become a little jaded and take things for granted. Take processing power for instance, which has become increasingly more complex, developing at a pace that even Moore would be astonished at. A blog post from NVIDIA today details just how hard the Tegra team…

Verizon, AT&T to sell the iPad on March 16

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The two largest cell phone companies in the United States today announced they’ll be offering the new iPad on March 16. Both wireless providers plan to offer their own Wi-Fi + 4G models of the third-generation iPad across all sales channels. Subscribers can expect the 16GB entry-level model to set you back around $630 on Verizon…

T-Mobile to stop at 42 Mbps HSPA+, transition to LTE

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T-Mobile announced that it will suspend all development of HSPA+ after 42 Mbps, as the company plans to focus on its LTE deployment instead. This plan to build a 4G LTE network using the AWS spectrum came about right after the United States government told AT&T to kick rocks. T-Mo decided to smartly use the…

Ericsson triples uplink capacity in HSPA networks

Ericsson triples uplink capacity in HSPA networks

Ericsson managed to triple uplink capacity in HSPA networks. This solution was demonstrated last month, when they showed an increase from around 4Mbps to more than 12Mbps, which is an unprecedented figure for a 5MHz WCDMA carrier. According to the Swedish company, the solution was made possible by combining Ericsson’s commercially available receiver technology, Ericsson…

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