The Mobile Phone Market Just Officially Became the Smartphone Market

The number of high-speed mobile connections is expected to hit two billion this year, and quadruple that by 2019.
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T-Mobile Shouts Back at AT&T While Its Network Team Quietly Builds Away

Even as it launches new ads attacking AT&T, the real work at T-Mobile is building a network that can compete for the long term.
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Nexus 4 Is a Great Value With Small Improvements

Google’s new Nexus 4 Android smartphone has some nice features and an attractive price tag, but the improvements are modest.
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T-Mobile Says Network Is Finally iPhone-Ready, at Least in Las Vegas

T-Mobile still doesn’t have an iPhone to sell, but at least those bringing their own device can now get faster speeds in Las Vegas.
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T-Mobile Still Plugging Away at iPhone-Ready Network

The carrier says it will have 2,500 cell sites running by the end of July and aims to add coverage in all its major markets by the end of the year.
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Apple Developers to Get a Taste of What iPhone on T-Mobile’s High-Speed Network Looks Like

T-Mobile confirms it is testing a network option that it plans to roll out later this year that will finally allow iPhones to surf at full speed on its network. Its testbed: San Francisco’s Moscone Center.
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4G or Not 4G: A Guide to Cut Through All the “Fast” Talk

Walt cuts through all the confusion about 4G data networks.
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New iPad a Hotspot Now for Verizon, Not So Much With AT&T

AT&T says it is still working on the capability, which lets the iPad serve as an Internet connection for a laptop or other Wi-Fi device.
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No Matter How You Define 4G, Most U.S. Smartphones Still Aren’t Running on It

Only a third of the smartphones sold in the U.S. supported any of the carriers’ faster networks, though that’s up from 6 percent in 2010.
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Verizon, AT&T Get to Duke It Out Over 4G iPad; Sprint, T-Mobile Stuck on Sidelines

AT&T and Verizon will each sell LTE-capable versions of the new iPad, but buyers will have to decide between the two at purchase.
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