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June 26, 2012  10:53 AM

Verizon Leads in Overall 4G Access, But There Are Plenty of Good Options



Posted by: Ed Hardy
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon

If you're in the market for a smartphone with a super-fast connection to the Internet, there are loads of good choices out there. Still, not all the wireless service providers are equal.  Here's how they stack up.   Bookmark and Share     0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend

April 24, 2012  7:05 AM

Sprint Has 4G LTE Smartphones But No LTE Network



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Samsung, Sprint

Sprint released its first 4G LTE smartphones on Sunday, even though it doesn't have an LTE network... yet.

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February 9, 2012  12:49 PM

Is the iPhone 4S a 4G Device? Depends on Who You Ask



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Apple, AT&T, Smartphones, Sprint, Verizon

It's a seemingly simple question: Is the newest iPhone a 4G smartphone? Nevertheless, it has a somewhat complex answer. If you're a Verizon or Sprint subscriber, the answer is easy: this device does not support either of these carriers' 4G standards, LTE or WiMAX. The situation for...


January 24, 2012  1:57 PM

Google Android vs. Apple iOS: Which Side Will You Choose?



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Apple, AT&T, Google, Samsung, Sprint, Verizon

It's not easy shopping for a smartphone. There are so many different devices --- the options can be overwhelming. In hopes of making this decision easier, Brighthand has published a comparison between two of the best phone running Google's Android OS and Apple's iOS: the Samsung Galaxy S...


December 12, 2011  2:24 PM

Is It Time to Get on the 4G Bandwagon?



Posted by: Ed Hardy
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon

When this year started, there were just a handful of 4G-enabled smartphones. Months later, there is a wide array available.

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December 6, 2011  11:51 AM

Is Your Phone Spying on You?



Posted by: Ed Hardy
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon

One of the biggest news stories of the last week has been the revelation that many recent smartphones have an app called Carrier IQ pre-installed on them. This is either a simple diagnostic tool or a nefarious bit of spyware, depending on whom you ask.   Bookmark and Share     0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


November 8, 2011  8:54 AM

iPhone 4S Faces Early Problems



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Apple, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon

Apple's latest smartphone started shipping in mid-October, and in the weeks since then a couple of problems have come to light. The most obvious one is in its battery life, but the Siri voice-control system has had an issue or two as well.


July 15, 2011  11:56 AM

Sprint Is the Only Carrier Where Unlimited Means Unlimited



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Sprint

I've said this before, but it bears repeating: Sprint's unlimited data plan is really unlimited. And it's the only U.S. carrier that can say this. Sprint clearly agrees with me that it's worth repeating. It has released a series of commercials with this theme, but in the TiVo world we live I...


June 16, 2011  8:21 PM

The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Samsung, Sprint

Last night, a line of powerful thunderstorms went through north Georgia, bringing strong winds, torrential rain, and hail. To  me (and a lot of other people) it also brought quite a few hours without electricity. But thanks to my smartphone and tablet I was barely inconvenienced.


March 15, 2011  10:48 AM

Dual-Screen Kyocera Echo Is Welcome Innovation



Posted by: Ed Hardy
Sprint

Sprint announced yesterday that it is going to release the Kyocera Echo in mid-April. I'm one of the people who is eager to try out this smartphone, as it is going to have an innovative design featuring...


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