You might want to check out the newest version of the HP Chromebook 11 if Wi-Fi alone doesn't do it for you, as it includes an LTE connectivity option. Read on to learn more about this announcement.
Nivida has announced the Tegra K1, a new mobile processor it claims is more powerful than a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360. But one thing may hold it back: a lack of LTE support.
Ideal for Sprint customers that have been stuck at 3G speeds for data usage on their mobile devices, Sprint has rolled out more 4G LTE support in new markets all over the United States.
Google has started to roll out the 32GB 4G LTE version of its new Nexus 7 slate, starting with the US market. Currently available via the Google Play store for $349, the Mountain View company said it'll also start selling at T-Mobile stores from next month.
The new Samsung Galaxy S4, currently compatible with Verizon's 4G LTE network, will be upgradable to the carrier's next network generation. The upgrade will enable devices to access the internet at speeds double the current rate.
Dell beefs up its XPS 10, Windows RT tablet-laptop hybrid, with a 4G/LTE chip, GPS, and 64GB of storage so it can enjoy AT&T's fast 4G cellular service – but it will cost you a pretty penny.
Here comes your Chromebook Pixel LTE. If you pre-ordered one of Google's flagship Chromebook with 4G/LTE cellular connection through Google Play, you should be getting yours as early as today.
Qualcomm is launching a global LTE chip supporting every network worldwide, making it possible to use your phone anywhere around the world, including countries with 3G CDMA or GSM networks.
Not one to fall behind the times, Audi will upgrade its 3G "Audi Connect" system with LTE connectivity, powered by Gemalto. The service brings in-car high-speed internet to the open road.
Sprint has announced that it's launching a new, rugged, LTE smartphone, as well as additional LTE coverage
As LTE networks spread across the globe a new report has found that subscribers download more data, use Wi-Fi less, and are more likely to be on metered plans than 3G subscribers.
Definitely good news for subscribers looking to upgrade to a new smartphone, Sprint is rolling out 4G coverage in more areas around the United States.
Japan's Softbank, a telecom and Internet giant, is taking a 70 percent stake in Sprint for $20.1 billion. What is it thinking? Can Sprint customers expect anything from the deal?
T-Mobile and MetroPCS are merging to expand spectrum holdings and network coverage. What do current (and future!) customers get out of it?
T-Mobile and MetroPCS have joined Sprint in offering truly unlimited data plans: no data caps in sight. Should AT&T and Verizon customers disgruntled by rate changes make the jump? Maybe, but make sure to read the fine print.