By Humberto Saabedra on May 20, 2015
Scratch Wireless is aiming for underserved customers looking for value with its latest push.
By Humberto Saabedra on April 30, 2015
Sprint announces a new slate of Wi-Fi products for its customers
By Humberto Saabedra on August 4, 2014
AT&T will release the fourth version of the Samsung Rugby rugged push to talk handset
By Christopher Price on June 2, 2014
The Moto G can be used as a Wi-Fi device, just like iPod touch. Only it’s better, faster, and cheaper. Google is using the device to conquer a market that Apple is clearly abandoning by leaving iPod touch, untouched.
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By Christopher Price on May 10, 2014
I took a coffee break from engineering, and wrote a review of the best travel router I’ve ever used.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 21, 2014
Sprint announces Wi-Fi Calling for two of its smartphones, with more to be added in the future
By Humberto Saabedra on February 4, 2014
Iridium announces its first global satellite-powered Wi-Fi hotspot
By Christopher Price on May 29, 2013
The PlayStation Vita would probably have a great second coming, if it offered up one killer app. While the hardware may be there, the software sure isn’t. The PlayStation Vita is in a unique spot. Almost the same spot where Microsoft’s KIN was a long time ago. It’s a finished device that went too upscale. […]
By Christopher Price on April 16, 2013
There are a lot of reasons to update the Droid Bionic to Jelly Bean. But there’s one reason you may not want to.
Posted in Android, Bluetooth, Google, Motorola, Nerds, Tethering, Verizon | Tagged Android, android 4.1, Bluetooth, Droid, Droid Bionic, DUN, jelly bean, pan, PDANet, tethering, Verizon, Verizon Wireless, vzw, Wi-Fi
By Christopher Price on February 20, 2013
Verizon’s most powerful, and thinnest 7-inch Android tablet may not see Jelly Bean.