Wireless standards are confusing -- it doesn't matter if you're talking about 4G, LTE, WiMax, or others. Here, we break down the differences between 4G and LTE so you can make sense of how they play out in real-world scenarios.
If you love the Microsoft Surface Pro and have been waiting for LTE support to place your order, now is your chance to put your name on the list. Order today and you will receive your new always-connected 2-in-1 by May.
Qualcomm's forthcoming LTE-enabled PCs are coming to a new set of U.S. phone carriers, adding T-Mobile and AT&T to a growing list of vendors. But will widespread availability be enough to sway customers?
If you're in the market for a new smartphone or carrier, you've likely encountered the acronyms CDMA and GSM before. Check out our brief explanation on the two wireless standards covering their availability and functionality.
With the introduction of new "Always Connected" Windows laptops sporting Qualcomm processors in the new year, Microsoft will add support for Windows 10 eSIM chips, which will help keep users online all the time.
The race to 5G has kicked off -- well, depending on what your definition of 5G is. On Tuesday, AT&T announced it switched on its 5G Evolution service in Austin, Texas, and Samsung Galaxy S8 users can start taking advantage.
T-Mobile wants to leave the past in the past, and that includes 2G and 3G networks. At an Ericsson press conference during Mobile World Congress, T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray spoke of T-Mobile's all-LTE future.
Qualcomm has taken the wraps off of the Snapdragon X20, its fastest LTE modem to date. In fact, the modem offers download speeds of a hefty 1.2Gbps -- although you probably won't hit those speeds in the real world.
Particularly with LTE networks, summer humidity can mean up to a 15 percent weaker signal for your mobile apps. By itself the humidity weakening factor would be more than a "blink of an eye," but with other factors you could lose data…