AT&T’s LTE presence has climbed to 160 million people, as the company on Monday flipped the switch in four new markets across the U.S. The carrier is still trailing well behind Verizon’s insane 440 city spread (AT&T is in 113 markets), but progress toward a much wider roll out is slowly being made. From today on, customers in Auburn, Alabama; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Nashua, New Hampshire; and Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania all have the benefit of LTE.
As technology evolves, Brandon’s love grows deeper, a love that stems from watching the Back to the Future trilogy one-too-many times. When he’s not covering the latest tech news for…
By Brandon Russell |
Samsung isn’t afraid to try new things (to varying degrees of success). It pioneered the big phone trend, and was one of the first to tackle the nascent smartwatch market. Now the company seems very interested in experimenting on the smartphone, taking a stunning proof of concept and turning it into a tangible consumer product. We saw hints of the future with the concave Galaxy Round. But the Note Edge, essentially a more enthusiastic Note 4, is something entirely different.
By Todd Haselton |
T-Mobile first introduced its Music Freedom bonus back in June and it allows you to stream your favorite music services without that data chewing into your monthly allotment. It supported Pandora, Spotify, iHeart Radio, iTunes Radio and a few others at…