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Monday, 24 February 2014 10:13

LTE network speeds in the U.S. on the decline

In a study conducted by the company OpenSignal in sixteen countries, it was found that the fastest mobile network in the territory of the United States (4G LTE network) is slower than the competition from neighboring Mexico, Brazil and Russia.

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The famous chip manufacturer, Nvidia has unveiled an upgraded version of their tablet device Tegra Note 7 which now has the ability to connect to 4G LTE mobile network and the latest version of the operating system Android 4.4.2 KitKat. The new device will be almost identical to the one presented in November last year, but with the addition of HSPA + and LTE connectivity.

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Sunday, 05 January 2014 09:42

New smartphones from Lenovo coming in 2014

Lenovo introduced several new smartphones including its first device that supports LTE called Vibe Z. It is also the model with the best specifications, it has 5.5 inch screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels and 400 ppi. The processor is a quad-core Snapdragon 800 with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. Support for the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi and the aforementioned LTE 4G network is also included. The rear camera is a 13, while the front one is 5 megapixel. The unit boasts with a quality "premium" casing with coating of titanium, weighs only 147 grams, while being 7.9 millimeters thick.  It will be sold at a price of  $549.

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China Mobile, the Chinese telecom operator which is owned by the state, recently launched its very own 4G mobile network throughout China.

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Saturday, 06 July 2013 19:39

Samsung Cronus LTE WP8 smartphone confirmed


So far we've heard some rumors that the Samsung should issue in the near future a new Windows Phone 8 smartphone that carries the code name Cronus, but the South Korean company has so far declined to comment on this matter.

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 09:31

nVidia to License GPU Technology Out To Others


nVidia is best known as the maker of heavy duty GPUs although most know about their mobile product Tegra (and the components that go into it). Between these two items nVidia has a very good product portfolio. However, nVidia has not always been limited to GPUs and SoCs. At one time they also developed and manufactured their own Chipsets. These were required to utilize SLI (Scalable Link Interface) that has its roots from 3dfx which nVidia grabbed when they bought the latter. nVidia’s chipset business did not last that long due to a number of reasons and they were eventually forced to let it drop and instead license the right to use SLI out to other companies.

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Samsung has announced a breakthrough in cellular technology that should help us get to 1Gbps on a cellular network by 2020. The new network is, of course, going to be called 5G and represents a huge improvement over current data transmission rates. What is interesting about the announcement is that we are now seeing a similar technology available in the form of 802.11ac for the home. Does Samsung’s break through show how cellular and traditional wireless have become the same technology?

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Saturday, 23 February 2013 22:28

Universal support for LTE coming soon


Qualcomm unveiled the RF360 family of RF modems for mobile devices. It is the first such solution on the market in which a single chip can offer support for all the world's 4G/LTE mobile networks. This should certainly facilitate the implementation of these features in devices for manufacturers of smartphones

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Saturday, 23 February 2013 19:44

LG launches Optimus F devices


LG has announced that they will exhibit two devices from a new line of smartphones, the Optimus F, at the Mobile World Congress next week. These are a modem equipped models that work on the LTE mobile networks – the Optimus F5 and F7.

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Monday, 17 December 2012 20:58

Tegra 4 coming soon


nVidia will officially present the next generation of Tegra SoC  for mobile devices at the upcoming CES in January next year. It is a Tegra 4 chip codenamed Wayne and SoC solutions codenamed Grey with integrated 3G and LTE modems intended for cheaper mobile devices in the middle market segment. The latter will have ARM Cortex-A9 cores in the 4+1 configuration similar to Tegra 3.

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