Posts Tagged ‘3G’

If you were one of the many people around the world who took the plunge and purchased the Google Nexus 7 when it was first announced during the annual I/O conference back in June, then congratulations on making a great decision. Google has managed to work together with ASUS to design and develop a rather fantastic little tablet that really manages to sit in a class of its own within its size category. Google may not be everyone’s company of choice, but they have managed to release a product that has immediately become one of the best tablets on the market for the price point it sits at.

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Sometimes limitations are good. Digitally speaking, if a carrier limits download speeds to prevent excess costs, we’re grateful. But if a hardware or software vendor imposes limits we cannot change, this can be of extreme annoyance.

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Just days after a German court ruled in favor of Apple in a patent infringement case against Samsung and the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a Mannheim court has swayed in the opposite direction and ruled against Apple in a separate suit involving Motorola Mobility. A previous preliminary ruling by the Independent Trades Commission had judged that Apple didn’t have a case to answer in relation to Motorola’s claims that the company has infringed upon their patents which are related to 3G connectivity.

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While we have covered our fair share of seemingly outlandish rumors pertaining to the iPhone 5/6 here at Redmond Pie, this one rumor is the most believable one yet! Today’s report from AppleSpot.nl suggests that next iPod touch will have 3G connectivity, much like the iPad WiFi+3G models do.

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If you use FaceTime often, you’re probably familiar with how frustrating it is to have to get on a Wi-Fi network in order to use the service. According to reports, that’s not the case with iOS 5 beta, which also allows FaceTime over 3G.

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For those of us who are on data-capped / tiered mobile internet plans, keeping track of how much data one is consuming is of great importance and convenience. And for those of us who are on jailbroken iPhones can use Data Counter to track how much data is being used.

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