Although many countries around the world have struggled to get 4G widely available, Samsung has claimed it has made a major breakthrough at the core of 5G, the next generation of mobile communications.
I’m at Qualcomm’s Developer conference this week and, as you’d expect, the corporation is presenting a massive amount of technology.
Networking giant Cisco has announced its intent to buy privately held small cell company Ubiquisys for $310 million.
General Motors says it's planning to introduce 4G LTE connectivity to its cars as early as next year, through a deal with AT&T.
Apple has updated its flagship iOS to version 6.1, adding LTE capabilities to 36 additional iPhone carriers and 23 additional iPad carriers around the world.
T-Mobile has launched an unlimited, no-contract 4G data plan for $70 per month, allowing pre-pay customers to take advantage for the first time.
The Federal Communications Commission has given Dish Networks the nod to switch spectrum currently used for satellite communications over to wireless use.
The UK's first 4G service is up and running in 11 cities today, with the launch of EE's LTE network.
The more expensive version of Apple's iPad Mini that comes with high-speed mobile data will be available on November 23.
If you needed proof that Verizon is the leader in LTE, here it is.
T-Mobile is finally getting on the LTE bandwagon.
AT&T has added new cities to its 4G LTE network just in time for the iPhone 5.
Although it was the last of the major three to get into the LTE race, Sprint is playing a nice game of catchup.
Earthlink is set to begin offering mobile broadband service for people to use in their homes.
Sprint, which is playing catch-up in the LTE game, has just confirmed 100 new cities for its growing network.
The UK's set to get its first 4G LTE services by the end of the year, with Everything Everywhere launching in 16 cities.
No one should be surprised by this latest iPhone 5 detail.
LG has unveiled its latest addition to the Optimus family of smartphones.
T-Mobile is taking a refreshing step in the opposite direction of its competitors when it comes to mobile data.
Research in Motion will launch its 4G LTE-powered tablet on August 9.