Newly-surfaced FCC papers seem to indicate that LG's upcoming smartwatch will boast a 3G mobile connection. Soon you could be wearing your LG mobile phone on your wrist!
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BGR is claiming that one of its sources has access to an iPad 3 prototype which, at this stage of development, it may be true. According to them, these debug screenshots confirm some of the speculation about the next Apple tablet.
Buyers of Apple's iPhone 4S — there seem to have been a few — may be hitting a problem where existing cases don't fit properly. I set out to investigate why.
Around the block we go again with another rumour that suggests the iPhone 5 may be a dual-mode device with support for both CDMA and GSM networks.
In a surprisingly blunt interview with CNET, Verizon CTO Tony Melone made it clear that the only operating system his company cares about are Apple, Android and RIM. Maybe even webOS. But Windows Phone 7? Not for him.
According to Bloomberg, the next iPhone is going to be two-thirds the size of the already (very) petite iPhone 4. That's crazy small. But will it happen?
According to CNN, the LG Revolution will be the first phone to support voice calling on Verizon's LTE network.
As they're wont to do, iFixit has torn apart the new Verizon iPhone, discovering little of note except for the Qualcomm MDM6600 chip inside. That chipset supports both GSM and CDMA transmission (and it's the one that you'll find inside a Droid Pro world phone.) So why isn't Verizon's a dual mode Super-iPhone?
The first reviews of the Verizon iPhone 4 are starting to appear and we're rounding them up for you. Here's a look at the early impressions.
According to an internal Verizon document procured by Phandroid, the HTC Thunderbolt will be able to do simultaneous voice and data, though Verizon "cannot promise the experience will be one that is consistent with brand". But how?
Just how confident is Verizon that they can handle the influx of data usage from brand-new iPhone owners? So confident that they've been saying they're ready for the onslaught since back in 2009. But can they really walk the walk?
A CDMA version of the oft-spotted Samsung Galaxy Tab has been found, which could point toward an eventual Verizon (or Sprint) 3G version of the tablet. Or not. Whatever, all I need to know is that the Tab runs Android 2.2.
According to the generally reliable Boy Genius Report, Verizon Wireless is in the process of testing iPads compatible with their CDMA network as well as, possibly, a separate 4G model. A Verizon iPad? Be still my heart.
Want to know why providing mobile phone service is tricky? This great infographic from Cellphones.orghelps you understand the basics of how your magic phone actually works. See the whole thing after the jump.