HTC Rezound official: 4.3 inch 720p display, Beats, and LTE in your hands November 14th

Those of you looking for a 4G/LTE device from Verizon that aren’t sold on the upcoming Motorola RAZR or Samsung Galaxy Nexus likely have the HTC Rezound in your sights. The handset is now finally official and should easily be able to go toe-to-toe with about any handset in the market today. Featuring a 4.3 … Continue reading

Is a Nexus Phone Running on KitKat Any Sweeter?

There are so many devices based on Google’s Android operating system that it’s hard to keep track of them all. But each year Google works with a hardware maker to produce a “best of Android” phone and tablet, called the Nexus models, which are often used to launch a new version of the OS and … Continue reading

Japan’s Docomo prepares upgrade to bring 150Mpbs downlink speeds to its Xi LTE network

NTT Docomo, the largest mobile network operators in Japan, announced today that it will be starting prelaunch operations for an upgrade to its Xi LTE network, offering downlink speeds of up to 150 Mbps – similar to speeds being offered by South Korean operators SK Telecom and LG Uplus for their LTE-Advanced services. Docomo will … Continue reading

After FloTV Debacle, Qualcomm Finding New Use for Broadcast Know-How

When Qualcomm sold its FloTV spectrum to AT&T last year, many assumed that was the end of the chipmaker’s broadcast ambitions. The spectrum sale, for nearly $2 billion, appeared to mark the conclusion of an expensive, painful chapter for the company, in which it tried and failed to build a significant business around delivering mobile … Continue reading