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Motorola Electrify 2 Review (US Cellular)

Motorola Electrify 2 Review (US Cellular)

Motorola's first Electrify was a handset that we couldn't help but love. Now Motorola is back with the Electrify 2 on US Cellular, and though its a great looking phone that has some respectable specifications, there are just a few things that come off feeling a little lackluster. The question is: are those underwhelming features enough to make potential owners look elsewhere, or is the Electrify 2 a phone that should have your attention despite a few missteps? Keep on reading to find out.

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Verizon to shut down 2G and 3G networks by 2021 [UPDATE]

Verizon to shut down 2G and 3G networks by 2021 [UPDATE]

Verizon is moving insanely quickly with the growth of their 4G LTE network, so it may make you wonder when the carrier will flip the switch to shut down its 3G network and have its users rely solely on its 4G LTE. It's going to happen at some point, obviously, but Verizon says that it's going to shut down its 2G and 3G networks by 2021.

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iPad Mini leaked images reveal black model, 3G support

iPad Mini leaked images reveal black model, 3G support

The iPad Mini rumors and leaks are stopping for no one. Just over the past few days, we've heard a lot about the rumored device, including a possible October 10 announcement date and even a HD video showing off a mockup of the device itself. Now, we're seeing some leaked photos of some iPad Mini components that reveal a possible black model, as well as 3G capabilities.

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Samsung under Korean antitrust investigation after Apple 3G complaint

Samsung under Korean antitrust investigation after Apple 3G complaint

Samsung is reportedly under investigation by the South Korean antitrust watchdog, after Apple filed complaints around its rival's licensing practices for 3G patents. "We are reviewing whether allegations in the complaint lodged by Apple are true," an unnamed Korean Fair Trade Commission official told the AP. "Apple filed a complaint earlier this year that Samsung is breaching fair trade laws."

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Nexus 7 3G reportedly fast incoming

Nexus 7 3G reportedly fast incoming

Google is readying a Nexus 7 3G version, adding cellular connectivity to the 7-inch ASUS-made tablet, according to insider whispers. The new model will be officially launched in around six weeks, MoDaCo's tipster insists, with hardware identical to the currently shipping Nexus 7 bar the new radio.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon arriving by end of August

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon arriving by end of August

We've been waiting for a release date for Lenovo's new ThinkPad X1 Carbon since it was revealed back in May, and now we finally have one. Well, we kind of have one, as Lenovo says the super-thin ultrabook will become available by the end of August. So, we may not have an actual release date just yet, but we're getting mighty close.

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Worldwide Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 sales this month; LTE in pipeline

Worldwide Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 sales this month; LTE in pipeline

Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10.1, the company's 10.1-inch pen-enabled Android tablet, will go on sale globally this month, with an LTE version following on later in 2012. The slate, announced back at Mobile World Congress in February, will initially be offered in WiFi-only and HSPA+ forms, each with a 1.4GHz quadcore processor, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and support for Samsung's new Learning Hub with stylus-aware education tools. However, the company also expects the Note 10.1 to be popular in business and among artists.

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Apple pressured 3G experts to change evidence says Samsung

Apple pressured 3G experts to change evidence says Samsung

Apple has been accused of attempting to inappropriately influence expert witnesses, with Samsung claiming its Cupertino foe has pressured 3G patent specialists to tweak their testimony. According to Apple's counsel in the Sydney, Australia trial, Stephen Burley, only two changes were made after the company called a meeting with the three experts responsible for a report into a trio of 3G-related patents Samsung alleges that Apple has violated with recent iOS devices.

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Fujitsu, NEC and DoCoMo take on Qualcomm with new 3G/4G chip company

Fujitsu, NEC and DoCoMo take on Qualcomm with new 3G/4G chip company

Some of the leading lights in Japanese mobile tech have joined forces to take on Qualcomm and TI in developing wirelessly-enabled smartphone and tablet chipsets. Fujitsu, NTT DoCoMo, NEC and Fujitsu Semiconductor have created Access Network Technology Limited, a new collaboration that will produce "industry-leading communications platform products" and reduce reliance on foreign-made wireless components.

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Intel SMARTi UE2p enables low-cost 3G

Intel SMARTi UE2p enables low-cost 3G

Intel has clearly been busy behind the scenes, announcing a new solution that integrates 3G power amplifiers directly onto radio frequency circuits. The resulting SoC is smaller in size, is more power efficient, and is less complex for developers to work with. Dubbed the SMARTi UE2p, Intel believes the chip will help enable lower cost 3G handsets and spur development for the Internet of Things, allowing devices to be constantly connected thanks to the low-power 3G solution.

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Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite takes on Nexus 7 with integrated 3G

Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite takes on Nexus 7 with integrated 3G

Huawei has outed its latest Android tablet, the MediaPad 7 Lite, and while the tagline - it's a "handy, poshy buddy" apparently - is odd, it could nonetheless appeal to those wishing the Nexus 7 felt a little more premium. A 7-inch 1024 x 600 IPS LCD wrapped in a metal unibody casing, the MediaPad 7 Lite runs Android 4.0 on a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor.

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3G hotspots banned at London Olympics

3G hotspots banned at London Olympics

The Olympic Games kick off in London in just a few days, and while O2 and Virgin have covered the high and low ground throughout London, the organization behind the games doesn’t want any pesky hotspots infiltrating the stadium. The Olympic Committee has a long list of exactly what is prohibited from being taken into Olympic venues, and now that includes “wireless access points” and “3G hubs.”

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