Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping kicked off a keynote speech this morning at the world’s biggest mobile industry tradeshow with a wry joke. “There has never been more interest in Huawei,” he told delegates at Mobile World Congress. “We must be doing something right!” The Chinese company is seeking to dispel suspicion around the security […]View More Huawei: “The US security accusation of our 5G has no evidence. Nothing.”
AT&T recently started a shady marketing tactic that labeled its 4G network as a 5G network. Now, rivals Verizon and T-Mobile are not having any of it. In an open letter, in which AT&T is not named directly, Verizon says in part “the potential to over-hype and under-deliver on the 5G promise is a temptation […]View More Verizon and T-Mobile call out AT&T over fake 5G labels
After a recent update some AT&T phones now have a 5G E icon. This icon replaces the one indicated the phone is running on a 4G network. But here’s the thing: The phone is still on a 4G network. AT&T has played these games before, too. This nonsense is a marketing ploy by AT&T. The […]View More AT&T is lying to customers with 5G marketing
In the two years since Indian social media app ShareChat raised $4 million in funding from Lightspeed Ventures the converging trends of increasing smartphone use, wireless internet connectivity, and cashless banking have combined to create a new social media juggernaut. Now Lightspeed has confirmed that the company has raised an additional $100 million in financing […]View More India’s new technology infrastructure has created a platform to build domestic tech giants
Is Verizon misleading the government on just how much of rural America is covered by its 4G LTE network?
According to a group of rural carriers the answer is yes. And, according to these smaller carriers, Verizon’s deceptive claims are blocking their ability to serve these uncovered rural areas.
The Rural Wireless Association (RWA), a trade group, has sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission requesting an official investigation into whether Verizon’s LTE network covers as much of rural America as the telecommunications giant says it does.View More Verizon accused of lying about rural coverage, stifling 4G LTE expansion
Particle, a developer of networking hardware and software for connected devices, has released an LTE-enabled module for product developers. The new device specifically targets folks whose devices were reliant on retiring 2G and 3G networks, according to the company, and includes built-in cloud and SIM support. Even as big telecom companies and vendors move ahead […]View More Particle brings an LTE cellular model to market for networked devices working off of 2G and 3G
Ford is finally detailing availability of its FordPass SmartLink accessory, an OBD II plug-in device with Verizon 4G LTE on board which can add connected car features to model year 2010 to 2017 Ford vehicles that don’t already have native connectivity built in. The FordPass accessory will be available across the U.S. sometime in the […]View More Ford’s new SmartLink connected upgrade for older vehicles will be available mid-2018
After Ntc and Ncell, Smart cell has also launched 4G here in Nepal. Like with the two big operators, the Smart cell 4G will also…View More Smart Cell 4G Launches, Claims Highest Speed In Nepal