Research In Motion (RIM), the Canadian BlackBerry maker recently announced that it was working with AT&T and Verizon Wireless to develop an LTE version of their tablet computer, the PlayBook.
AT&T has just recently started implementing its own LTE network and it thus comes as no surprise that it will only start offering 4G LTE-enabled smartphones towards the end of 2011.
WiMAX giant Clearwire announced a few days ago its intentions to deploy a 4G LTE network. This announcement, although unsurprising, leaves many open questions about Clearwire’s current situation, the opportunities it has and the many hurdles along the way to a profitable LTE network.
According to research from Informa Telecoms & Media the availability of LTE spectrum is being fragmented internationally. This is because based on the region where the LTE is deployed a unique regional band exists.
Canada’s first LTE network is here. Rogers Communications launched the network this month. Essentially, the era of 4G has officially been introduced to the country.
In comparison to the Puccini the iPad 2’s specs look meager. But the iPad 3 and iPhone 5, which are both rumored to launch in early September, may up the competition.
A new 4G-LTE-enabled HTC tablet, nicknamed Puccini, has recently passed FCC testing and could be headed to AT&T.
NYC’s mobile providers recently got graded on their performance by RootMetrics. The results are in: which provider came out on top?
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Although AT&T has already unveiled its first LTE devices and Verizon has launched its 4G LTE network in the US, future users are limited in their options when it comes to sharing networks.