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Verizon 4G LTE ‘blows away’ Sprint’s WiMAX in 1,000 speed tests

Sprint is no longer the “4G king,” BTIG Research analyst Walter Piecyk proclaimed on Friday following a massive speed test that pitted Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G against Verizon Wireless’ HTC ThunderBolt. Piecyk and his team conducted more than 1,000 speed tests in New York City to determine which was faster: the ThunderBolt, running on Verizon […]

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4G HTC ThunderBolt Review

With the ThunderBolt, HTC has delivered yet another “first 4G smartphone” following its EVO 4G for Sprint (and the often forgotten MAX 4G introduced in 2008). It’s the first handset to run on Verizon’s brand new 4G LTE network, and it’s an Android smartphone powerhouse that is easily the fastest smartphone on the planet in […]

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Verizon’s 4G LTE Android Phone Lineup

Honestly, once LTE launches soon I’m gonna spend the 200 something on one of these phones, and the what ever extra for the 4G LTE plan. Come see me w/ your phone and whatever 4G service you think you have when I get one of these and I’ll show you something that’ll blow your day. […]

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HTC Thunderbolt Possible Price & Release Date

For all you people w/ Verizon or that plan on getting Verizon and the 1st LTE phone, get excited. LTE is as close to 4G as you can get so this would make Verizon the 1st “REAL” 4G provider in the U.S. This Thunderbolt will be so much better than the iPhone 4 it’s sad. […]

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Motorola Droid X: Subtle Like an Asteroid

Motorola’s Droid X is real. Really, really giant. And it looks like video is going to be how Verizon pushes the 4.3-inch screen: VCAST, a Blockbuster download service, HDMI out and DLNA compatibility. Did I mention it’s gigantinormous?

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BlackBerry Storm 2 gets pictured early

We knew it was coming, and just like its relatives the Onyx and the Gemini, yet another unreleased model has managed to escape the confines of RIM’s Waterloo headquarters. This time, however, it’s the Storm 2, which we’ve heard has been internally codenamed “Oden.” We’ve also caught wind that this model pictured is of the GSM flavor, and yes, it’s […]

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Verizon’s HP Mini 1000 due to launch May 17th?

Sure, the hot buzz right now is centered on Verizon and Apple teaming up to release a unicorn-powered iPhone tablet that runs on marshmallows and cuddles, but Boy Genius Report says that Big Red’s actually-real partnership with HP is about to bear fruit — the long-rumored subsidized Mini 1000 is apparently due to launch on […]

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Samsung Alias 2 unboxing video shows off “Magic Keypad”

Due to hit store shelves in just a few days, a HoFo forum member managed to get her paws on the upcoming Samsung Alias 2 a few days early by sweet talking a CS rep. If you’ve been following coverage of this dual-flip handset, you surely already know about its unique “Magic Keypad” that uses […]

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Google on How to Change the Internet: You Should Own Your Broadband Pipes

Google policy analyst Derek Slater—who’s so obviously related to Christian Slater—explains how to reshape broadband in the US. Step one: Own the actual pipes that run to your house.

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