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BY ADAM FALK AT&T is having a small get together with a few friends. If your name is Chicago, Atlanta, San Antonio, Dallas / Fort Worth or Houston, you’re in luck. The carrier launched its 4G LTE network in your area on Sunday. LTE stands for Long-term evolution, the fastest 4G broadband service out there. But AT&T didn’t start the trend. It’s major competitors, including Verizon, currently boast LTE on a range of devices. ZDNet says AT&T is two steps behind - not fashionably late. (Verizon Wireless) “For being the second largest mobile provider in the United States and one of the largest in the world, it has certainly taken AT&T a while to catch up to the competition with a 4G LTE network.“ And a writer for VentureBeat says maybe - just maybe - this will help save potential AT&T turncoats. “If I had a nickel for every time an AT&T subscriber said they’re switching to Verizon as soon as Apple’s new iPhone 5comes out I could afford to buy a new iPhone 5. Hopefully this LTE network will help AT&T keep their customers from jumping ship.” And what’s an AT&T story without an Apple rumor? PCMag has the dish. “Interestingly, AT&T has already launched an iPad-specific data plan called the ‘No-Commitment iPad DataConnect Plan,’ sparking rumors that Apple will launch a next-generation iPad, the so-called iPad 3, with LTE support much sooner than expected.” Don’t get too excited just yet. AT&T isn’t saying where the party is headed next, but InformationWeek says be prepared. “If you already use one of AT&T’s data-only products, now is a good time to upgrade to the latest gear. If your market isn’t covered by AT&T’s flavor of LTE, it will be eventually.” A writer in Chicago, one of the cities invited to AT&T’s LTE, reminds readers there are only four devices that currently work on the network - none of them are smartphones. However Dave Fine, AT&T’s vice president and general manager for Illinois and Wisconsin, tells the Chicago Tribune... “AT&T [will] have 20 4G devices by year-end, with “a number of them” compatible with the LTE network” According to InformationWeek, AT&T will expand the LTE party to 15 markets and 70 million people by the end of the year. By comparison, Verizon’s live in 143 markets for 160 million people. Transcript by Newsy.
20 Sep 2011
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In this episode, I take a look the new Verizon Jetpack MiFi 4620l which can provide 4G LTE to up to 10 devices at the same time.
15 Jan 2012
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Ty puts the new iPad to the speed test on Verizon 4G LTe network.
23 Mar 2012
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Samsung Galaxy S3 4G LTE Speed Test vs 3G demo at Orange / T Mobile Everything Everywhere event. Network speeds in the UK YouTube video, web browsing, benchmark speed tests.
12 Sep 2012
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*******kindlefirehd4greview.blogspot**** -- Before you buy Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G, read Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G review by a real user who bought Kindle Fire HD 8.9" 4G LTE Wireless and put it side by side with his Apple Ipad just to compare which performs better & which tablet is the best. Read his review here ==> *******kindlefirehd4greview.blogspot****
31 Dec 2012
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The products support 4G sigal and broadband connection. The first one tv box with 4G-LTE.
17 Apr 2017
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In this episode, Jon R shares his thoughts Apple's WWDC (World Wide Developer's Conference). He also provides some consumer purchase advice for both Sprint and AT&T & more!
1 May 2012
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Amazon announced some new additions to their Kindle Lineup, let's take a look!
8 Sep 2012
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LiveU showed off the beta version of their LU40 portable device that you can bring with you anywhere to connect to your camera and stream high quality video on the go. Compared to the LU60, this version is smaller, lighter, and features up to 6 network connections over 4G LTE/3G, WiMAX and WiFi.
17 Jan 2012
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4 May 2012
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Verizon brings you a MiFi for their 4G LTE service, you can have a radio in the shape of a giant LEGO brick, Bridgestone is making their own eReader, and more!
19 Apr 2011
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BY DANNY MATTESON You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy. Lightsquared’s plan to launch a nationwide, wholesale, satellite-based 4G LTE broadband network has hit a few significant snags recently. The Colorado Springs Gazette explains. “A planned nationwide wireless Internet system could jam even the military’s use of Global Positioning Satellites while rendering civilian GPS receivers, from in-car navigation systems to those in cell phones, useless, Air Force Space Command’s top general told a congressional committee Thursday.” So what does Lightsquared plan to do about their interference issues? According to Bloomberg move their signal as far away from GPS as possible. “LightSquared … said it would initially forgo using its airwaves nearest to GPS. It said the move would cut interference to more than 99 percent of GPS devices.” But according to TV Technology the FCC doesn’t think that’s good enough. “...using the lower 10 MHz showed significant improvement compared to tests of the upper 10 MHz, although there continue to be interference concerns … with certain types of high precision GPS receivers, including devices used in national security and aviation applications.” Lightsquared’s principal backer, Philip Falcone (Fowl-Cone), however, says the problem isn’t on their end. It lies with the GPS manufacturers, who are encroaching on their airwaves. He tells CNBC... “...the reality of it is they’re interfering with us. We’re not interfering with them. We’re trying to provide solutions. There are solutions to this but, quite frankly, we don’t think they’re listening like they should be listening. At the end of the day it’s our spectrum. We got the order from the FCC many years ago.” Regardless of who’s fault it is some think implementing the network is going to take considerable time and money. According to Television Broadcast, General William Shelton told members of the House Armed Services Strategic Forces subcommittee... “...the cost would likely run into the billions, and that it would take ‘a decade or more’ to affect a fix.” Follow NewsyVideos on Twitter. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
17 Sep 2011
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24 Nov 2011
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24 Nov 2011
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24 Nov 2011
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Jon Rettinger wraps up AT&T's Developers Summit from CES 2012. AT&T announced a bunch of new and upcoming devices, most of which highlights their new 4G LTE services.
10 Jan 2012
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