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InfoSonics verykool SL5000 joins the Android LTE market

InfoSonics verykool SL5000 joins the Android LTE market

There are a myriad Android smartphone brands in the market, but majority of the most popular ones either offer rather expensive flagships or budget devices that can only do 3G. If you're on the look out for an affordable 4G handset, you have quite a limited number of choices. Fortunately, those choices just got incremented by one with the new verykool SL5000, InfoSonics' first LTE-enabled smartphone.

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The iPhone 6: here’s what to expect

The iPhone 6: here’s what to expect

Now that the iPhone 6 has been leaked to oblivion, it’s time to round it all up and offer a look at what your next iPhone just might be. From the visual punches to the specs and software, we take a look at all we’ve heard to this point. With Apple’s mysterious event happening in just over a week, let’s consider what will come of their biggest product announcement since the original iPhone.

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Who has the best public WiFi? OpenSignal tells us

Who has the best public WiFi? OpenSignal tells us

OpenSignal, who know a whole lot about signal strength and finding the best signal, have released a report detailing which public WiFi is the best. Their information rates hotel chains, Starbucks WiFi, and even WiFi versus LTE. In combing the report, we found some things you might be surprised to find.

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Verizon to start throttling some heavy unlimited data users

Verizon to start throttling some heavy unlimited data users

Verizon has been trying to coax users away from unlimited data plans for quite some time. As users upgrade, Verizon has prodded them onto capped and shared data plans, trying to divorce them from unlimited data. The latest method the nation’s largest carrier is using might be their boldest yet, as Verizon has started throttling heavy data users on unlimited plans.

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Qualcomm LTE Direct can serve you battery-friendly ads

Qualcomm LTE Direct can serve you battery-friendly ads

You've probably heard of WiFi Direct, which lets devices connect to each other via WiFi when and where they need to, without the need for a wireless access point like a router. Now Qualcomm is rooting for something similar yet something new. LTE Direct is basically the same except that, as the name would imply, it leverages an LTE network instead. And it's ultimate purpose: to make sure your mobile devices receive location-relevant promotions and information without draining your battery.

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Verizon Xperia Z2 tablet may be all they’ve got

Verizon Xperia Z2 tablet may be all they’ve got

While we’ve heard rumors of the Verizon Xperia Z2 coming soon, it would appear that the company is bringing their tablet from this lineup instead. We first saw the Xperia Z2 Tablet earlier this year at MWC 2014, where we were impressed by its ability to remain relevant in the face of the still-dominant iPad.

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AT&T GoPhone expands to tablets

AT&T GoPhone expands to tablets

AT&T has shaken up its prepaid GoPhone offering, expanding it to include tablets. This allows subscribers (or future subscribers) to bring their own tablets to the service, getting data on the go without shelling out for a yearly contract.

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Moto G with LTE surfaces on Amazon

Moto G with LTE surfaces on Amazon

Just ahead of Motorola's event tomorrow, a Moto G model with LTE has appeared sans fanfare on Amazon. The new models are listed as "Black Universal LTE" and "White Universal LTE", and with them comes confirmation of a long-running suspicion.

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AT&T aiming for 4G LTE-based in-flight WiFi in 2015

AT&T aiming for 4G LTE-based in-flight WiFi in 2015

AT&T has revealed plans to bring fast WiFi to your future flights, doing so using a yet-to-be-built air-to-ground network in the US based upon 4G LTE standards. If all goes as planned, the carrier says it could get the network up and running as soon as late next year.

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iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina land in China with LTE in tow

iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina land in China with LTE in tow

Apple has just made an announcement that could help it gain more ground in China. It has just made available a new version of the iPad Air and the iPad mini, both with Retina displays, that finally supports China's LTE networks.

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Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition available today

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition available today

Today the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition has been made available to the likes of Verizon’s 4G LTE network. This device will be essentially identical to the non-Verizon edition, save a number of carrier-specific apps and the ability to connect to Verizon’s 4G LTE network. We had our hands on this device recently in wi-fi-only for our Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Review back in October.

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LG F70 gives new smartphone users ease of use and LTE connectivity

LG F70 gives new smartphone users ease of use and LTE connectivity

Over at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, LG has revealed a new mid-range smartphone, the LG F70. This device is targeted at smartphone beginners but also brings with it not only the latest and greatest LG features but also the speed of an LTE connection.

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