OpenMoko Announces Mass Market Version of the Neo
The Neo FreeRunner is an update to last year's open source Neo 1973. It will come in two versions. Both will be tri-band, one 850/1800/1900 and the other 900/1800/1900. The Neo FreeRunner will look similar to the original, but brings in a number of hardware improvements, including a faster 500 MHz processor, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, better graphics support and motion sensors to allow user input based on movement of the phone. It will be preloaded with mobile applications created by the open source developer community and should be available to developers this Spring.
Qualcomm's New Fingerprint Sensors Work Under Water and Through Metal
Jun 27, 2017
Qualcomm today announced its next-generation fingerprint sensors for displays, metal, and glass. Qualcomm says it created the new sensors for today's demanding mobile designs, which are moving towards bezel-less, glass-and-metal hardware.
T-Mobile Says It Will Start Using 600 MHz Spectrum This Year
Apr 13, 2017
"T-Mobile now has the largest swath of unused low-band spectrum in the country," said T-Mobile CEO John Legere about the company's 600 MHz auction winnings. The company successfully won an average of 31 MHz (ranging between 20 MHz and 50 MHz) of the 70 MHz low-band spectrum auctioned off by TV stations and the FCC.
Google Releases First Preview of Android P with Improved Notifications and Notch Support
Mar 7, 2018
Google today made the first preview of Android P available to developers. The revised version of Android adds a number of user-facing features as well as tools for app writers.
Apple Reveals iPhone X with Facial Recognition
Sep 12, 2017
Apple today announced the iPhone X (iPhone 10), a more advanced smartphone that serves as the company's flagship device. It boasts an edge-to-edge display with glass on the front and back surfaces.
T-Mobile to Deploy 5G On 600 MHz Spectrum Starting in 2019
May 2, 2017
T-Mobile today said it plans to use some of its recently acquired 600 MHz spectrum to support a future 5G network. The company successfully won an average of 31 MHz (ranging between 20 MHz and 50 MHz) of the 70 MHz low-band spectrum auctioned off by TV stations and the FCC earlier this year.
GPRS FOR ALL!!
PEZ said:I feel like waiting for that to show up on a mobile, rather than something I havent seen [proof] of as far as the gooey and appplications work.
actually, we haven't seen much of Android in action either. ...