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    AT&T’s 4G LTE Market Blitz Continues

    For the second time in so many weeks, AT&T has enabled its ultra-fast 4G LTE network in several more U.S. cities. The latest activations were confirmed Wednesday by the nation’s second largest mobile carrier. As a part of the carrier’s move to cover as many markets as possible by the end of 2013, AT&T is …   Read More

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    Infographic: You Still Can’t Hear Me Now?

    Incredibly, a majority of cellphone users still experience the dreaded “Can you Hear Me Now?” when trying to talk on their mobile devices indoors. The recent “State of the Cell Phone Signal” infographic by zBoost highlights the “history, forecast and frustrations” of consumers when it comes to indoor cell phone signal including. According to the …   Read More

  • AT&T Introduces Enhanced Push-to-Talk for Apple’s iPhone

    AT&T announced Monday that its Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT) feature is now available to AT&T business customers through a new app available for iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S. According to Monday’s announcement, this marks the first time a U.S. carrier is offering push-to-talk capabilities on the iPhone. AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk can even be used over Wi-Fi …   Read More

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    iWatch what happens next

    The remake of Total Recall illustrated an interesting concept for the future of communication technology.  People could embed electronic circuitry into their hands and use their palms as smartphones.  Insert your joke here about where they embedded fax machines.  The interesting and relevant cinematic device...

  • iWatch What Happens Next

    The 2012 reboot of the sci-fi classic Total Recall illustrated an interesting concept for the future of communication technology. The envisioned future portrayed a time in which people could embed electronic circuitry directly into their hands and use their palms as smartphones. Insert your joke here about where they embedded fax machines. What’s truly remarkable, …   Read More

  • Infographic: Are You Safe on Public WiFi at Coffee Shops?

    Every day in America, millions of consumers fill up their cups of coffee while getting their fill of free WiFi at America’s top coffee shops. But is that really a safe move given the rise in identity theft and cyber crimes? Recently, the team at ThreatMetrix – makers of well known and respect cybercrime prevention …   Read More

  • Apple Acquires Indoor GPS Company for $20 Million

    The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has closed a deal to acquire WifiSLAM. WifiSLAM is largely focused on building technology that affords users positioning data while indoors. Apple paid an estimated $20 million for the Silicon Valley-based company, according to a person familiar with the matter.   Read More

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    Infographic: iOS Takes Flight Over Android… Literally

    iOS is soaring high above Android, and that literally is not an exaggeration. This week, in-flight Wi-Fi provider Gogo reports that airline passengers use their Apple devices with far greater frequency than their Android gadgets. And the race isn’t even close. According to the report, Apple’s iOS devices account for 84% of all in-flight Wi-Fi …   Read More

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    Intuitive App Discovery Coming to Sprint from Quixey

    With millions of mobile applications available today across the mobile app stores of the digital world, consumers can use a little help finding apps just right for them. As a result, Quixey – the search engine for apps – confirmed a new working relationship with Sprint today. The goal is to bring consumers an easier …   Read More

  • White House Petition Looks to Overturn Controversial Mobile Policy

    In late January, it officially became illegal to unlock a new smartphone without the permission from the wireless carrier that initially locked the device. Last fall, the Register of Copyrights at the Library of Congress determined that unlocking mobile phones would no longer be permissible, but a 90-day window was established for people to still …   Read More