The carrier adds 14 new LTE markets to its total U.S. coverage, bringing the grand total to 175 areas.
Wizards hurl spells, knights heft their swords and orcs cling to the ramparts at the Dungeons & Dragon-themed Boo Rochman Memorial Park in Carbondale, Ill.
A blogger with an iPad 2, hybrid car, two digital cameras, a Bluetooth keyboard, and a pair of five-toed shoes heads out to uncover the geeky goodness that lurks around the bend on Route 66.
The R. Buckminster Fuller dome home in Carbondale, Ill., is a lot less dangerous and a lot more sustainable than Mad Max's Thunderdome. It's the proud parent of all geodesic dome homes.
On Thursday, the wireless carrier will expand its LTE coverage into 27 new markets and 44 existing markets as it maintains its lead over rivals AT&T and Sprint Nextel.
This phase of the Geek's Guide to Route 66 wraps up with some praise (and a little criticism) of the gadgets that came along for the ride. Here's a sneak preview: the iPad 2 wins awards as both the best and most frustrating.
As high-speed 4G LTE data coverage continually expand from four major carriers, CNET shows you how their networks compare.