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It seems Asia is always at the forefront of wireless technology and now a South Korean carrier has promised some really impressive speeds for its customers, using LTE-Advanced.
Nokia's entry into the world of in-car connection is HERE Auto, connecting cars to the cloud with a number of features revolving around navigation whilst APIs will pave the way for future development.
With Wi-Fi using the finite radio spectrum for transmission of data and the sales of electronic goods skyrocketing annually there are indications the protocol could slow as a result of its popularity.
The Surface RT is, for all intents and purposes, a solid tablet in the crowded Android and iPad space. But a reported issue with Wi-Fi connectivity is causing users to lose their connection(s).
Samsung has stated that they're prepared to sue Apple immediately if the next iPhone contains 4G-LTE connectivity, proving they're prepared to step back into the ring against the Cupertino giant.
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