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Qualcomm just made it way easier for phone makers to support T-Mobile’s 600Mhz network

Your next phone will probably support a T-Mobile’s push for better coverage in the U.S. A lot of T-Mobile customers were upset that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 didn’t support T-Mobile’s burgeoning low-band 600MHz network; many of those same people wondered … Continue reading

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Ookla praises T-Mobile as network tests Snapdragon 845 modem with 1.2Gbps downlink

The group behind Speedtest.net has crowned the Un-carrier as the speediest in the nation. T-Mobile, like other carriers, continues to tread 5G waters. The post Ookla praises T-Mobile as network tests Snapdragon 845 modem with 1.2Gbps downlink appeared first on … Continue reading

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Sprint probably won’t carry the BLU S1, even though the phone supports the network

The BLU S1 is your run of the mill $ 160 budget Android phone and it’s the first from the company to support Sprint bands. Don’t get sweaty about it, though. The post Sprint probably won’t carry the BLU S1, … Continue reading

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Get this 200-hour network security training bundle at 98% off!

Network security is an issue that plagues plenty of internet users, especially corporations with important data they must safeguard. To ensure their security is up to snuff, they call in a professional who understands the risks involved and who can … Continue reading

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Router vs Mesh Networking: What’s best for your home Wi-Fi network?

Don’t just replace a working home Wi-Fi network because Google Wi-Fi is new, but if you need a change here are some tips to get you started. Google Wifi isn’t the first consumer-focused mesh networking product. Offerings from eero and … Continue reading

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