In today's remainders: Apple hints at an LTE iPhone, augmented reality finds a new niche, Thomas Edison brings down the house, and Microsoft comes clean about its cryptic ads.
Ye Olde LTE iPhone
An Apple job posting for a Cellular Technology Software Manager got the hens-a-cluckin' today in regards to Apple developing an LTE phone. The listing specifically looks for someone with experience in "R&D of new protocol and standards" and "expert knowledge of one or multiple cellular technologies: WCDMA/UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+, LTE etc." This more than likely points to Apple creating an LTE compliant iPhone, and why wouldn't they? It's the next logical progression towards a 4G standard on both AT&T and Verizon, and Sprint is betting all their marbles on it. Apple developing an LTE phone is no greater a shock than El Jobso hinting at new MacBooks. It's inevitable, just be patient.