By Christopher Price on July 25, 2012
Novatel’s latest MiFi is a mix of old and new. But, in a good way… we’ll explain. Nobody has tested this unit more than us.
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By Humberto Saabedra on June 25, 2012
After being announced at CTIA and subsequently being delayed, Verizon is set to launch the HTC Droid Incredible 4G next week
By Humberto Saabedra on May 7, 2012
Verizon and HTC take the wraps off of the latest version of the HTC DROID Incredible, this time using HTC’s One S flagship midrange smartphone as the reference.
By Christopher Price on April 14, 2012
Apple updates the Verizon LTE iPad with new carrier settings, no word yet however on what exactly was changed.
By Humberto Saabedra on April 5, 2012
US Cellular launches own variant of Samsung Droid Charge and offers deeper subsidies to customers living in its LTE coverage area.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 28, 2012
Apple has sent press invites to a new event scheduled for March 7th related to the iPad as evidenced by the image, which details a higher-resolution Calendar icon than previously seen on previous versions of iOS. The event is expected to detail thev third variant of the iPad which is expected to feature a quad-core […]
By Christopher Price on February 8, 2012
A representative for Clearwire confirmed to PhoneNews.com today that inactive CLEAR iSpot 4G modems are, as of now, glorified bricks. They cannot be reactivated on any Clearwire service, nor can they be converted to standard Clear Spot devices. This follows on our reporting, early this morning, that Clear iSpot devices on suspended monthly service plans […]
By Christopher Price on February 7, 2012
It appears that Clearwire Corporation is giving iSpot customers less than 72 hours to sign up for new service. The carrier quietly let customers who have iSpot accounts in suspended animation (or inactive status) know that they have until February 10th to reactivate their service, otherwise their accounts will be terminated. The more shocking news […]
By Christopher Price on January 27, 2012
It’s been a busy week for T-Mobile. After refusing to comment to PhoneNews.com on T-Mobile testing 1900 MHz UMTS service in select markets, a direct effort to support unlocked iPhones, the carrier has made more depressing internal moves. It appears that the carrier has aborted plans to offer 3G on 1900 MHz, as the carrier […]
By Christopher Price on December 24, 2011
We were all set to close out the lights on PhoneNews.com to celebrate Christmas, but we got one piece of information that we had to push out to readers. Many in the mobile media had been covering that T-Mobile customers had suddenly noticed UMTS/HSPA receptivity on the unlocked iPhone models. This appears to be coming […]