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hspa 7.2


The Nexus 7 gets HSPA+ plus Android 4.2

The Nexus 7 gets a cellular option and an upgrade to Android 4.2. All for only $50 more.

By November 12, 2012


T-Mobile boosts its 3G to HSPA 7.2

In anticipation of a wave of future smartphones, T-Mobile has rolled out HSPA 7.2 across its entire 3G network.

By January 5, 2010


Huawei unveils 7-inch Android 3.2 tablet

The device, which will be called Media Pad, will come with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and support full 1080p HD video playback.

By June 20, 2011


On Call: What we'd really lose in an AT&T-T-Mobile merger

Though critics charge that a merger between AT&T and T-Mobile will lead to higher prices and reduce customer choice, there are bigger, and less tangible, issues at stake.

By July 28, 2011


Analyst: iPhone '4S' possible, but with no 4G

Analyst report says expectations for Apple's next iPhone should be tempered, with the future device lacking a 4G LTE chipset, though ending up on more carriers than it's currently offered.

By May 13, 2011


The 411 on AT&T's 4G strategy (FAQ)

AT&T just announced plans to spend nearly $2 billion on wireless spectrum for its 4G network. But it has been rather quiet about its plans. We try to shed some light on the news.

By December 21, 2010


Galaxy Tab coming to T-Mobile first, Nov. 10

Samsung's tablet PC is getting real very fast. T-Mobile and Samsung announce today that the 7-inch tablet will come first to T-Mobile early next month.

By October 27, 2010


Is AT&T ready for the iPhone 4?

Some consumers question whether AT&T's network can handle the next generation of iPhone.

By June 16, 2010


T-Mobile USA upgrades more cities to faster 3G

T-Mobile USA is adding more HSPA+ markets and says it now can offer the faster 3G wireless service to 30 million potential customers.

By May 25, 2010


AT&T speeds it up to 7.2, too

After T-Mobile says it has upgraded its entire 3G network to HSPA 7.2, AT&T is quick to say "Us, too!" Except not really, because it's not done yet and it still needs more capacity. Oh well, at least the company is trying.

By January 5, 2010