Verizon's not taking the 4G wars lying down. Today at CTIA, they announced that they'd be launching 25-30 LTE 4G networks this year, covering a third of Americans by the end of 2010, and twice that within fifteen months.
AT&T's U-Verse Mobile app is coming, and we've gotten our first demo of how AT&T's bringing TV to phones. It's a sleek-looking, intuitive interface that'll let U-Verse customers watch recorded video on their phones.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, speaking at CTIA this morning, made clear which 4G standard he thinks will be dominant in the future. And it's not the one his company uses.
The good news: I got to an up close look with the Dell Aero, AT&T's second Android handset and Dell's first in the US. The less good news: AT&T's not letting anyone actually see it work. Hrmm?
T-Mobile has announced that they're rolling out their super speedy HSPA+ network to over 100 metro areas covering 185 million people in 2010. More than half of that will be complete by the middle of the year. That's aggressive.
Samsung has been hinting at "S Life" so far at CTIA, and now we've got some details: the Galaxy S phone is a 1GHz, 4-inch AMOLED display, feature-filled Android smartphone. Updating live:
"Why," you're probably asking, "would I want another browser on my iPhone, when mobile Safari's the best one around?" Because Opera Mini on the iPhone makes pokey EDGE feel like 3G. Check it out.