AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and more. Don't dive into the dizzying world of cell phone rates without asking yourself six important questions.
With the iPhone 4, Apple again shows that it is a powerful player in the smartphone wars. It won't be for everyone, the call quality and reception vary if you don't use a case, and AT&T's network remains a sticking point, but the handset's striking design, loaded feature set, and generally agreeable performance make it the best iPhone yet.
Geared for people who need cell phone reception in remote areas, AT&T's new TerreStar Genus smartphone taps into satellites to provide voice, data, and IM services.
This week's Ask Maggie tech advice column tackles questions from readers about iPhone upgrades, data usage, and reception issues.
Scrambling to improve its 3G reception in certain major U.S. cities, AT&T has finished an upgrade to its wireless network in New York City and notes better service over the last six months.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Verizon's iPhone launch gets a chilly reception; HP debuts TouchPad tablet running WebOS; and Sprint's Kyocera Echo doubles down on touch screens.
If you missed our special live Digital City show from the CNET Stage at CES 2011, now you can catch it here. Dan is joined by G4TV's 'Attack of the Show' co-host Kevin Pereira for a wide-ranging discussion ranging from post-apocalyptic cellphone reception to high-tech digital name tags.
Despite a few problems when transitioning between cellular airwaves and wireless networks, the T-Mobile HotSpot @Home service is a great idea. You can save money, get better reception, and possibly even get rid of your existing landline. However, we would wait until the service supports more phones.
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As CNET waits for answers and solutions from Apple, we run reception tests. Results show that holding the antenna in the reported trouble spot negatively affects data speeds.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, Justin Yu, and Natali Del Conte review the iPhone 4 launch and reception issues, and look into a software program that can detect signs of depression online.