AT&T says it has begun rolling out an update that will finally enable HSUPA on the HTC Inspire 4G, with the Motorola Atrix 4G soon to follow.
Mounting evidence shows that AT&T might be getting close to finally enabling the HSUPA radios on the Motorola Atrix 4G and HTC Inspire 4G.
Two HSUPA laptops from Fujitsu are the first of their kind.
AT&T said Wednesday that a glitch in software on equipment provided by Alcatel-Lucent is responsible for the slow upload speeds that many AT&T iPhone 4 customers have experienced.
AT&T acknowledges that its 4G devices are not fully capable yet, so why do they advertise them as such?
After a software glitch in some Alcatel-Lucent equipment slowed upload data speeds for some iPhone users, AT&T should issue a fix in the next three weeks.
The AT&T smartphone should soon see Android 2.3 and the ability to install apps from outside of the Android Market.
Multiple reports indicate that an Intel buyout of chipmaker Infineon's wireless unit may be imminent.
The gang's all back from Orlando, Fla., and we have plenty to talk about on this week's episode of Dialed In. Tune in for the latest on the AT&T-T-Mobile deal and CTIA announcements.
Apple has finally unveiled its latest iPhone. See how the iPhone 4 compares to the new iPhone 4S in CNET's feature-by-feature comparison chart.