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LG to make the next Google Nexus Android smartphone - Androidizen - Android News and Reviews

LG to make the next Google Nexus Android smartphone - Androidizen - Android News and Reviews | Mobile Tech | Scoop.it
MOBILE DEVICE DESIGNER Google apparently has selected LG Electronics to build its next Nexus smartphone (LG to make the next Google Nexus Android smartphone - #Android http://t.co/qmRd89rIJa)...
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LTE toggle - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com

LTE toggle - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com | Mobile Tech | Scoop.it
Are there any apps that can toggle on/off the LTE on the phone? (e.g., drop down to HSPA or 3G)
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HTC: Android 4.2.2 & Sense 5.1 leaked [Video]

HTC: Android 4.2.2 & Sense 5.1 leaked [Video] | Mobile Tech | Scoop.it

In the internet a video has surfaced which shows the HTC Android 4.2.2 update with HTC Sense 5.1 in action, but when comes the HTC Android 4.2.2 update?

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Competitive Companies, Inc. and Columbus, Ohio: "Developing A Smart City WiFi Network" | Sacramento Bee

Competitive Companies, Inc. and Columbus, Ohio: "Developing A Smart City WiFi Network" | Sacramento Bee | Mobile Tech | Scoop.it

Competitive Companies, Inc. "CCI", a leading developer of "Smart City" technologies, announced today that the Company has successfully completed its Phase Two Pilot Program in Columbus, Ohio paving the way for further development in supporting the fastest citywide Wi-Fi network in North America.

 

Phase Two of the Pilot Program resulted in an unprecedented download speed of more than 150Mbps to a mobile device—more than 15 times faster than what is currently available.  These speeds are a result of the company's proprietary technology and utilization of the City's current infrastructure collectively designed to revolutionize a consumer's experience via their mobile devices. 

 

The second phase of the Program focused on multiple technical network aspects including load balancing, secure SSID connections, path differentiation, millimeter wave backhaul and stability of mobile throughput speeds. The Pilot network configuration consisted of more than 50 network access points located strategically on four downtown City-owned facilities.

 

"As we expected, the Pilot Program was an unprecedented success," remarked Angus Davis, CCI's Chief Strategy Officer. "We remain focused on delivering the nation's first 'Smart City' development; the foundation of which contains CCI's proprietary ultra-fast, high capacity, citywide Wi-Fi."  

 

Gary Cavin, Director of Technology with the City of Columbus states, "We look forward to our continued spirit of collaboration with CCI in designing and building the first Smart City Wi-Fi Network in the United States and being able to ignite economic growth and build a healthier, more sustainable future for Columbus."

 

CCI originally partnered with Columbus in December of 2012 on Phase 1 of the Pilot Program and was successful in registering speeds of 117 Mbps to a laptop and more than 70 Mbps to a smart phone. Phase Two of the Program registered new throughput speeds for a laptop at 155 Mbps. This included multiple tests for inside and outside Wi-Fi nodes.

 

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Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/05/09/5407897/competitive-companies-inc-and.html#storylink=cpy


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New products: Bluetooth comes with multilingual GPS - USA Today - USA TODAY (blog)

New products: Bluetooth comes with multilingual GPS - USA Today - USA TODAY (blog) | Mobile Tech | Scoop.it
New products: Bluetooth comes with multilingual GPS - USA Today
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The Bluetooth speaker-phone can be set to announce callers and provide GPS directions in 12 different languages.
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TECH NOW: How to keep your smartphone secrets secure

TECH NOW: How to keep your smartphone secrets secure | Mobile Tech | Scoop.it
Your smartphone knows an awful lot about you. If if falls into the wrong hands, a stranger could find out where you live, who your family and friends are, and even figure out what you do in your free time.
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