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T-Mobile LTE now in 116 metro areas, 200 by year’s end

T-Mobile LTE now in 116 metro areas, 200 by year’s end

The expansion of T-Mobile's brand of 4G LTE has been suggested to be going quite a bit quicker than planned, the CEO of the company expressing this onstage at a special event in NYC. This event also played host to new devices fully prepped for the network's new largeness, devices like the Nokia Lumia 925, the Sony Xperia Z, and a software-upgraded Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, but it's the network itself that the company seemed most excited about.

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T-Mobile 4G LTE expands with more devices, locations

T-Mobile 4G LTE expands with more devices, locations

T-Mobile launched its 4G LTE for the first time a couple of months ago with a handful of devices on board that offer the carrier's faster data speeds. However, during T-Mobile's NYC event today, the carrier announced even more devices that will support T-Mobile's LTE network, including the new Sony Xperia Z and Nokia's Lumia 925.

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AT&T event teased for July 16: HTC, Samsung, LG possibilities

AT&T event teased for July 16: HTC, Samsung, LG possibilities

Though the current high-powered generation of smartphones and tablets have only just arrived, AT&T has teased a next-generation press event ready to take place on the 16th of this month. While the company will very likely take up the majority of the event's time with rolling out news on carrier upgrades for 4G LTE et all, there's always the possibility that a machine like the Nokia Lumia 1020 will appear - or could it be time to go mini on the HTC One or the Samsung Galaxy S 4 for the USA?

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Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced appears with Snapdragon 800

Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced appears with Snapdragon 800

Today the slightly more impressive version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 has been made public with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. For those of you out there with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 without this processor or the added bit of super-speed connectivity this new model adds, it might be a bit of a frustrating situation. On the other hand, this Samsung Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced model might not ever see the other side of the ocean.

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AT&T Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red Hands-on: red in casing, red in lights

AT&T Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red Hands-on: red in casing, red in lights

If you're the type of person that likes their phone to be the same color as their passionate, loving heart, AT&T has a unique Samsung Galaxy S 4 for you to glance upon this week. The color that - inside the USA - is exclusive for the moment here with AT&T is Aurora Red, and other than that exterior color and the fact that the capacitive keys up front are red, it's the same unit otherwise existing on the big blue data provider.

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Samsung GALAXY NX hands-on: mirrorless Android for the NX lens family

Samsung GALAXY NX hands-on: mirrorless Android for the NX lens family

Enter the Samsung Galaxy NX: a full-sized mirrorless interchangeable lens camera running Android. This is Samsung's biggest effort in bringing Android - their flavor of Android, that is - to the full-on high-powered camera environment. This device works with a "DSLR-class" 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor aside a quad-core 1.6GHz Pega-Q processor behind a system that accepts the full range of interchangeable lenses from the rest of the NX system. That's 13 lenses, if you did not know.

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AT&T NEC Terrain brings “ultra-rugged” to the office

AT&T NEC Terrain brings “ultra-rugged” to the office

Just as the carrier brings the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active to the scene for waterproof/dustproof everyday use, so too does the manufacturer NEC claim their place in the segment with the "Terrain". This device works with Android and 4G LTE to bring AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk technology to the business user. In other words - if you're not looking to play games or do much else besides use email and digital collaboration-type tools, it'd be best to keep moving.

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Verizon DROID coming soon: Motorola, Samsung, HTC, or LG?

Verizon DROID coming soon: Motorola, Samsung, HTC, or LG?

If it wasn't going to happen with the HTC One, it certainly had to hit Motorola. That's what's happening this week as the infamous @DroidLanding twitter account fires back up for the first time since November of 2011. As the time spread between releases for DROID-branded devices grows long, so does the time before the next grow short: will it be Motorola, HTC, Samsung, or a brand Verizon hasn't graced with its DROID brand yet?

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