Last week T-Mobile announced that is had added areas of the Triangle to its LTE network. Those areas include Chapel Hill, Raleigh State Capital, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Red Hat Amphitheater, NC State University, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill – School of Medicine and Dentistry. You can check T-Mobile coverage here.
Fast wireless networks have fueled fast-paced mobile innovation. Carriers AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile have aggressively pursued wireless improvements rolling out their 4G LTE networks, and PCMag traveled around the U.S. to see which are the fastest.
HTC unveiled what may be its final Hail Mary to save its stake in the smartphone game. On the HTC One, the struggling company has taken some risks that could make or break HTC.
The nation's fourth largest wireless carrier, T-Mobile has announced a new 4G data plan that ditches caps and throttling which have drawn criticism from consumers.
The HTC logo marks some of the sleekest smartphones made yet. We test the HTC One S on T-Mobile, the nations fourth-largest wireless carrier. How does it stand up to the the big guys?
It is an all-out smartphone war. The latest attack comes from Samsung with the launch of its latest Android creation on five carriers. This demonstrates not only the swagger that Samsung has, but also some carriers' desire to wean themselves from the pricey iPhone.
Independent mobile testing firm Root Metrics conducted thousands of data, call and text tests throughout the Raleigh area to see which wireless network provided the fastest and most reliable data network, fewest dropped calls and fastest text message delivery.
Wireless carriers make much ado over their network speeds. But which among AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon is the fastest? The big four networks were tested by PCWorld a year since their last wireless shootout. In the 2011 test, Verizon's LTE network and T-Mobile's HSPA+ were top performers, but the wireless landscape has changed.
From the start no one thought AT&T's proposed T-Mobile acquisition would go unchallenged and opposition to the deal has developed. A complaint has been filed by the U.S. government to block AT&T's bid for T-Mobile, arguing the deal would “substantially lessen competition” in the wireless market.
Bloomberg reports AT&T is in preliminary talks with some of its smaller rivals to keep the deal on track. Discussions to sell spectrum, subscribers and other assets could help bolster AT&T's bid.
To ensure the deal gets completed, concessions were pretty much a given from the start.
AT&T has said its T-Mobile takeover would create jobs.
The proposed deal for AT&T to acquire T-Mobile has hit a snag.
Bloomberg.com reports a complaint has been filed by the U.S. government to block AT&T from acquiring T-Mobile arguing the deal would “substantially lessen competition” in the wireless market.