Nokia Lumia 900 on AT&T's 4G LTE Network Introduced

Nokia Lumia 900 on AT&T's 4G LTE Network Introduced

Nokia and AT&T announced the Nokia Lumia 900 - the first from Nokia's range of mobile phones running on the Windows Phone system - at the 2012 CES.
Hands-on: SingTel LTE vs HSPA+

Hands-on: SingTel LTE vs HSPA+

With SingTel's first commercial LTE mobile broadband service announced, we take a look at how its upgraded theoretical 75Mbps download speeds compare against the service provider's existing HSPA+ theoretical speeds of 21Mbps.
SingTel Launches Commercial LTE Mobile Broadband Service in Singapore

SingTel Launches Commercial LTE Mobile Broadband Service in Singapore

SingTel launches its first commercial LTE mobile broadband service, with typical download speeds between 3.4Mbps to 12Mbps. The LTE plan will be available from 22nd December, at S$69.90 per month.
G Cloud - The World's First Commercial Mobile Cloud Gaming Service

G Cloud - The World's First Commercial Mobile Cloud Gaming Service

Playing games on your Android devices over a LTE network in Singapore may possibly happen as NTT Docomo unveils two LTE tablets preloaded with G Cloud in Japan.
Understanding LTE

Understanding LTE

Long term evolution (LTE) is coming to Singapore, and CommunicAsia 2011 gave us a chance to examine how LTE will make a difference in mobile connection speeds when it goes into full deployment.
M1 to Deploy SEA's First Commercial LTE Network

M1 to Deploy SEA's First Commercial LTE Network

M1 today announces the deployment of SEA's first commercial LTE network, which is scheduled for island-wide completion in the first quarter of 2012.
NEC Participates in LTE Trial with SingTel

NEC Participates in LTE Trial with SingTel

NEC announced today its participation as the only Japanese vendor in Singtel's field trials of LTE (Long Term Evolution), a next generation mobile communications standard.
The Evolution of Mobile Broadband

The Evolution of Mobile Broadband

4G networks are coming, but do we really need the speeds given the accessibility of free WiFi around the island and the current capable 3.5G network?