Three UK 4G testing updates (speed tests)
As long as I’ve got my 4G enabled SIM, I’ll continue to do testing as I move around London day and night.
I’m a TalkTalk customer, and a happy and contented one at that, so I was quite pleased to hear the announcement today that it will be the first (and only) company to provide a range of tools to avoid those unwanted calls at no extra cost.
My 4G-activated SIM for Three has arrived! Unfortunately I don’t have 4G at home, so over the coming days I’ll be out and about to do some testing and comparisons, both against Three’s standard DC-HSPA service, as well as other networks (EE & O2). Unfortunately I don’t currently have a… [Click for more]
Motorola has today announced that Android 4.4 (KitKat) is now rolling out to UK and European users of the Moto G, one day before it is due to make another announcement that could see the launch of the flagship Moto X in the UK.
Link: Nvidia unveils its scarily powerful Tegra K1 mobile chip I was lucky enough to attend Nvidia’s lavish press launch for Tegra 4 this time last year at Palms Casino, Las Vegas. Unfortunately, despite being blown away by the potential of Tegra 4 (and the then named Project Shield), the industry… [Click for more]
Pebble – now in steel! Due to be announced today at CES 2014. The photo above was apparently taken from a post on the new tech site re/code, which accidentally posted its ‘first look‘ story a bit early. Perhaps the link will work later, so keep trying. As a Pebble… [Click for more]
Three didn’t do the best job of launching its 4G network this December. In fact, bar a few thousand users, nobody will even get a chance until the new year. But, I managed to spend some time to find out what’s happening and why it should be worth waiting a few more weeks.
These days the net is full of warnings about scams. In many cases, the warnings ARE the scam, by trying to get the whole world to pass on the email about some urban myth that adapt as time goes on. However, this warning is very real and quite logical if… [Click for more]