T-Mobile continues to roll out their super fast 42 Mbps HSPA+ network and after testing two new Android devices I am convinced it should be called a 4G network.
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When I workout I sweat a lot and JayBird has some great solutions for headsets, including the new Freedom Bluetooth headset that provides wireless audio functionality.
The T-Mobile Rocket 3.0 USB stick supports their fastest 42.2 Mbps data network and performed quite well.
T-Mobile continues to expand their fast HSPA+ network and doubles the speed from 21 to 42 Mbps in 55 markets today.
The Verizon 4G LTE network is still down and with the new Droid Charge launching later today, the timing is not good for consumers.
Amazon rolled out their slick Cloud Drive solution for Android devices today and I think it is time that they provided support for video content as well.
T-Mobile announced their 42 Mbps HSPA+ rollout plans and several new devices that will appeal to T-Mobile USA customers looking for fast data access.
The HTC ThunderBolt is the first LTE smartphone on the Verizon Wireless network. The device is extremely fast, but traveling at that speed also hits the battery pretty hard.
Borders started out with the lowest cost ebook reader with the Kobo, but then others came back with ones at lower prices with WiFi. They have now fired back with their own WiFi model to get back in the game.
Aliph released their latest Jawbone headset, the ICON, that builds on their Bluetooth voice technology with a software platform for customization and personalization. The ICON comes in six different personalities to fit your style. The MSRP is $30 less than previous models and packaging is 100% recyclable. The headset is comfortable for hours of use and sound quality is excellent.