Newly-surfaced FCC papers seem to indicate that LG's upcoming smartwatch will boast a 3G cellular connection. Soon you could be wearing your LG cellphone on your wrist!
BGR is claiming that one of its sources has access to an iPad 3 prototype which, at this stage of development, it may be true. According to them, these debug screenshots confirm some of the speculation about the next Apple tablet:
Spectrum. It sounds like a rainbow. I mean, it is kind of magical, right? It's what carries animated GIFs, YouTube videos and tweets to your phone. But like, what is it?
With the iPhone 4S, Apple says it will deliver an iPhone that works anywhere in the world, and with fantastic reception.
So! Sprint just made it official that they will be rolling out 4G LTE, and basically slowly backing away from their current 4G network, WiMax. What does that mean for you?
Around the block we go again with another rumor that suggests the iPhone 5 may be a dual-mode device with support for both CDMA and GSM wireless networks.
Okay, so the Verizon iPhone 4 and the AT&T iPhone 4 have pretty much the same hardware, aside from Verizon's CDMA network not being able to handle simultaneous voice and data and a few internal tweaks. But there are some less-publicized user experience differences, too.
In a surprisingly blunt interview with CNET, Verizon CTO Tony Melone made it clear that the only operating system his company cares about are Apple, Android, and RIM. Maybe even webOS. But Windows Phone 7? Not for him:
According to Bloomberg, the next iPhone may be two-thirds the size of the already (very) petite iPhone 4. That's crazy small. But will it happen?
According to CNN, the LG Revolution will be the first phone to support voice calling on Verizon's LTE network. For now, Verizon's 4G smartphones only route data through their super-speedy network, while voice goes through CDMA. The new function will be called VoLTE, and will debut on the Revolution this summer. When…
As they're wont to do, iFixit and 9to5Mac have (separately) torn apart the new Verizon iPhone, discovering some small changes and one big one: the Qualcomm MDM6600 chip inside. That chipset supports both GSM and CDMA transmission (HSPA+ data rates up to 14.4 Mbps) and it happens to be the one that you'll find inside a…
The first reviews of the Verizon iPhone 4 are starting to appear and we're rounding them up for you. Here's a look at the early impressions:
According to an internal Verizon document procured by Phandroid, the HTC Thunderbolt will be able to do simultaneous voice and data, though Verizon "cannot promise the experience will be one that is consistent with [their] brand." But how?
It's conventional wisdom now that iPhone exclusivity is the best and worst thing that ever happened to AT&T. A rocket that sent them into space—and directly into the sun. Will the same thing happen to Verizon?
Tomorrow's the day a lot of you have been waiting for—the iPhone 4 taken under Verizon's big red wing. We know the announcement's happening, but what else do we know for sure? And what about those floating rumors?
Verizon and Sprint customers are going to get Windows Phone 7s of their very own this year, not long after a WP7 software update that (finally!) brings copy and paste and faster app loads (holy yes, thank you).
We learned a lot this year; from the origins of liquimetal and toasted thighs to the technical reasoning of ISO and CDMA. Check out the best explanations Gizmodo had to offer in 2010.