Now that we’ve all gotten used to the concept of 3G, it’s time to look ahead and explore what 4G will be like. Mobile broadband over 3 G EV-DO networks currently brings real-time traffic info, video clips, push e-mails, and internet access to most large cities across America. There is still no clear delineation between this technology versus 4G, but the next generation has significant upside potential with download speeds in 1Mbps neighborhood ranges as well as 100 Mbps when you’re on mobile data coverage areas, aka “on the move.” That’s a lot of bandwidth – so hold your horses till then!
The 2G era is over, and 3G networks are a thing of the past. We now enter into what will likely be known as 4G–a completely wireless world without wires in which you can access internet speeds faster than ever before. Japan was first to launch this new technology with their success leading South Korea’s rollout later on in 2010, according to some experts at Bloomberg News who cited that “large-scale commercial” will not happen until then due to lag time for developing such an advanced system like this one so it may take more than five years for other countries around the globe catch up if they do indeed want too.
For entrepreneurs, 4G should bring better mobile internet access and more powerful wireless multimedia applications for laptops and other devices. But as we learned with 3G, it can take time for services to become available. This is why so many people are investing in companies like OnCloud that specialize specifically in helping clients get the most out of their new networks before they even go live on a larger scale.
4th generation (or “4g”) will increase user accessibility by providing faster data transfer rates while also making possible wildly popular powered laptop /tablet combo-devices such as gaming consoles or smartbooks, which have both computing power and Wi-Fi capabilities but still allow users to keep using them without having an external keyboard/mouse plugged into them at all.
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As mobile phones become more and more popular, the demand for variety in phone features has risen. So-called “mobile virtual network operators,” or MVNOs, are buying up capacity from traditional wireless telecom carriers and offering specialized devices tailored to specific audiences on a budget. Yankee Group predicts that by 2010 service revenue related to these offerings will reach $10 billion dollars; entrepreneurs have found it necessary not only to offer normal cell coverage but also work with other companies such as Skype who can provide cheaper long-distance rates than most of their competitors.
With your smartphone in hand, you can now find a place to eat with just one touch of the screen. A new and revolutionary app by Collin Holmes is making this possible for tons of people every day without any need for user input because it uses GPS tracking that ties information directly to where a person physically happens to be.
According to V-Enable’s Vice President of Product Management, Collin Holmes, “Carriers are embracing search applications that tie Yellow Pages type listings and other special content,” which gives an instant answer about what places around them would be best suited based on each individual’s location at the time they do their searches.”
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It basically comes down to this: You do want to broaden your sphere, but you don’t want it by wasting time on what doesn’t matter.
In a world where more and more of our lives are conducted online, the cell phone bill has become one of the most important documents in your life. With so much competition to be on that monthly billing statement for services ranging from integrated home wireless voice mailboxes to bundled international long-distance and translation services, it is hard not to feel like you’re trying out for American Idol every month when you see how many companies want their logo at top center. But don’t fret! We’ve got.
The next time you fly abroad, don’t be afraid to use your phone in the air. In-air Wi-Fi is one of many new developments for international travelers, with onboard internet finally getting a lot of attention and implementation from airlines like Singapore Airlines and German carrier Lufthansa. With prices starting at $8 per 30 minutes, it’s no wonder people are lining up for this service -especially considering how often we can find ourselves needing some form or connectivity when traveling these days internationally.
The future of airline travel is looking bright, with the introduction and expansion of in-flight Wi-Fi. Boingo customers will soon have access to roaming agreements on Connexion-enabled flights operated by United Airlines and Verizon Airfone. With those exceptions, for now, all other U.S.-based airlines are still not providing any form or function of internet service while airborne, yet they remain optimistic about their own plans to do so next year sometime as well.