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Google X's balloon internet suddenly looks a lot more plausible

Google X's balloon internet suddenly looks a lot more plausible Internet access is increasingly being recognized as a necessity like food, water, and shelter — and Google doesn't want to leave anybody out.But the infrastructure for internet service isn't in place everywhere, making truly universal access impossible at the moment.

Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 will bring 1.2Gbps LTE download speeds to phones

Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 will bring 1.2Gbps LTE download speeds to phones In fact, the company has just unveiled the Snapdragon X20, a new wireless modem that promises a hefty 1.2Gbps download speed over an LTE connection on mobile devices.

Project Fi customers will get better call clarity thanks to Voice over LTE

Project Fi customers will get better call clarity thanks to Voice over LTE A post on Google’s Project Fi Help Forum confirmed what some users already suspected: The company has begun testing Voice over LTE for a limited group of subscribers.What is more, the data used during calls will not count against Project Fi users’ allocation.

Sprint will demonstrate gigabit connectivity at the Mobile World Congress

Sprint will demonstrate gigabit connectivity at the Mobile World Congress It is scheduled to take place at the upcoming Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona and Sprint says it is an industry first.To achieve gigabit speeds, Sprint and Ericsson will employ a high-frequency transmitter and techniques like carrier aggregation, which leverages multiple LTE signals, and multi-antenna 4×4 MIMO technology.

T-Mobile working with Ericsson to bring gigabit LTE to customers in 2017

T-Mobile working with Ericsson to bring gigabit LTE to customers in 2017 At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Monday morning, February 27, T-Mobile and Ericsson announced that the two companies would be working together to bring gigabit-capable 4G LTE to the U.More: Your next device could run on a network called LTE-U, thanks to T-Mobile This technology, combined with carrier aggregation, will allow T-Mobile to give customers gigabit speeds.

Sprint shows off its Gigabit LTE network at an NBA game in New Orleans

Sprint shows off its Gigabit LTE network at an NBA game in New Orleans Here it comes, friends: Gigabit Class LTE.deployment of Gigabit Class LTE live on a commercial network with a forthcoming flagship premium tier smartphone.

Qualcomm 205 gives feature phones high-speed 3G LTE

Qualcomm 205 gives feature phones high-speed 3G LTE On Tuesday, though, chipmaker Qualcomm righted that wrong with a new platform, the Qualcomm 205, that includes its system-on-a-chip (SoC) compatible with 4G, 3G, and 2G networks.” The rest of the Qualcomm 205’s hardware isn’t quite as capable.

Samsung launches the Galaxy S8, S8+: Hardware specs and features inside

Samsung launches the Galaxy S8, S8+: Hardware specs and features inside The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a 5.DJ Koh, president of Samsung’s mobile business, told the audience “The Galaxy S8 is our testament to regaining your trust by redefining what’s possible in safety.

The Galaxy S8 could be stupid fast on certain LTE networks

The Galaxy S8 could be stupid fast on certain LTE networks We now have documented proof that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is more than just fast — it's like, gigabit fast.A good deal of that speed is thanks to the S8's Snapdragon 835 chip, which has a X16 Gigabit-class LTE modem built to run at a gigabit pace.

T-Mobile shows off how incredibly fast gigabit LTE is on the Samsung Galaxy S8

T-Mobile shows off how incredibly fast gigabit LTE is on the Samsung Galaxy S8 In a new video, T-Mobile demonstrates just how fast its new gigabit connection is on the Galaxy S8 — speeds flirted with a massive 1Gbps.That modem is capable of handling new gigabit LTE data speeds — but that obviously also requires gigabit LTE from your carrier.

What’s the difference between 4G and LTE?

What’s the difference between 4G and LTE? The simplest explanation is that the “G” in 4G stands for generation, because 4G is the fourth generation of mobile data technology, as defined by the radio sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-R).The ITU-R set standards for 4G connectivity in March of 2008, requiring all services described as 4G to adhere to a set of speed and connection standards.

What is 5G? Everything you need to know about the next-gen network

What is 5G? Everything you need to know about the next-gen network The 4G LTE networks of today support a maximum of eight transmitters and four receivers, but 5G cell towers can theoretically support dozens.If a device moves out of a 5G coverage area, it’ll fall back to 4G,” El-Kadi said.

AT&T’s ‘5G Evolution’ is a step on the true 5G path, but there is a ways to go

AT&T’s ‘5G Evolution’ is a step on the true 5G path, but there is a ways to go The race to 5G has officially kicked off — well, depending on what your definition of 5G is.On Tuesday, AT&T announced it has switched on its 5G Evolution service in Austin, Texas, and Samsung Galaxy S8 users can start experiencing the improved service right now.