AT&T Adds First LTE-Compatible Devices to Arsenal
AT&T today announced two new USB-based laptop dongle for wireless broadband. According to AT&T, both cane be upgraded to support its planned network updates to HSPA+ and Long Term Evolution. The LG Adrenaline will be AT&T's first LTE device, it will also offer GPS, and costs $50 with new contract. The Sierra Wireless Shockwave will be AT&T's first HSPA+ device. It will be offered for free with a new contract after rebate. AT&T plans to upgrade it's network to HSPA+ by the end of 2010, and will begin to roll out LTE in mid-2011.
Razer Concept Would Pair Its Smartphone with a Laptop Dock
Jan 9, 2018
Razer today revealed Project Linda, a smartphone and laptop hybrid concept that would pair the Razer handset with a laptop shell to create a single device. The Linda itself features a 13.3-inch 120 Hz screen, full keyboard, customized buttons, an internal battery and storage, and several ports (USB-A, USB-C, 3.5mm).
MacOS Sierra Works Better with iOS and Adds Siri
Jun 13, 2016
Apple says the next version of its desktop operating system, renamed MacOS, will work better with iPhones and iPads. Apple has made improvements to its Continuity feature so its is easier to pass stuff between iPhones and Macs.
USB-IF to Certify Chargers
Aug 16, 2016
The USB Implementers Forum today announced that it will certify USB chargers for use with smartphones, tablets, PCs, and other compatible gear. The organization has created a new logo that will be stamped on compliant chargers.
Lenovo Picked USB-C Over Stereo Headphone Jack for Tech and Design Reasons
Jun 9, 2016
Neither the Moto Z Droid nor the Moto Z Droid Force has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Instead, the two phones adopted the USB-C standard for charging and audio output.
USB 3.2 Spec Promises to Double Data Transfer Speeds
Jul 26, 2017
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group this week released the spec for USB 3.2, which has the potential to boost speeds through cables. Specifically, USB 3.2 takes advantage of the multi-lane operation that has been built into existing USB Type-C cables.
people still use USB modem??
if you want to surf on netbook, tether it to your smartphone!
so im confused by this...anyone have an opinion?
LTE is further ...