Japan based NTT DoCoMo is busy building a fleet of trucks that will be equipped with LTE base stations to support communications during natural disasters like earthquakes or to support large number of people during public events.
According to the latest update from Google, the 4G LTE version of its latest Chromebook – Pixel will start shipping soon and will carry a price tag higher than that of the base model.
NVIDIA has announced its first ever 4G LTE chip and a competitor to Qualcomm’s LTE chips – the Tegra 4i based on its ARM System on Chip (SoC).
Broadcom is busy building a new chip that it claims will support faster data transfers over LTE networks and is smaller in size compared to other LTE chips in the market.
Apple has finally put an end to all the rumours about the next iPhone and unveiled its next-gen smartphone, the 4-inch iPhone 5 with 4G LTE connectivity.
South Korea has left US and other developed nations behind in the race for HD calls aka Voice over LTE as SK Telecom has announced that it will be providing high-quality voice calls over LTE service from August 8.
Ofcom, UK’s telecom regular, has finally announced that the much delayed 4G auctions would commence before Christmas and that consumers will be able to get their hands on faster broadband by middle of 2013.