Lost Luggage? If You Had This Little Thing in Your Bag You Would Know…

Losing your luggage sucks, but the worst part is when your airline tells you it has no idea where your luggage is. Trakdot is a little battery-powered gadget that you can throw in your bag. When you land, just check your phone and you'll know whether or not your bag landed with you. And if not, at least you'll know… » 1/06/13 8:36pm 1/06/13 8:36pm

AT&T-Mo Would Blanket 95% of America In LTE... Someday

Throughout AT&T's T-Mobile acquisition explainer this morning, the number repeated most often was 95%. That's the amount of LTE coverage that execs repeatedly promised their T-Mobile purchase would bring to the US. It's a number that's appealing to consumers—and, AT&T hopes, regulators—but don't get too excited quite… » 3/21/11 8:51am 3/21/11 8:51am

A Few More Differences Between the Verizon and AT&T iPhones

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. » 2/16/11 12:51pm 2/16/11 12:51pm

Verizon's iPhone Could Have Been a World Phone

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… » 2/07/11 4:34pm 2/07/11 4:34pm

Windows Phone 7 Not Arriving On Sprint and Verizon Until Next Year

Verizon's already told Bloomberg not to expect WP7 devices until next year, but now CNET has heard from Microsoft that it will only be sold on GSM networks this year—with CDMA expected "in the first half of 2011" according to their senior product manager, Greg Sullivan. [CNET] » 9/17/10 8:16am 9/17/10 8:16am