Huawei has announced that it has become a partner of the largest in the UK telecoms operator EE (Everything Everywhere) to launch the world's fastest network 4G (LTE-A). To date, the service is available in the London cluster of high-tech...Show More Summary
The future of the mobile giant is everything, everywhere.
Post by Adriana Velez. Okay, we get it. Some of you are a little bit burned out by the annual October pumpkin obsession. Pumpkin spice everything, everywhere, all the time. But you know what? Maybe we just need a little pumpkin variety. Show More Summary
We know things are bad - worse than bad. They're crazy. It's like everything everywhere is going crazy, so we don't go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller, and all we say is, 'Please, at least leave us alone in our living rooms. Show More Summary
Amid all the fun and games of the last few days that have seen everyone buy everything everywhere, we noted that the President of Portugal has 'warned' his politicians that if they don't find a coalition solution in a "very short period" then he will call early elections (throwing the Troika-imposed austerity program into shambles). Show More Summary
Environmental sensors are used everywhere from heavy industry to UAVs hunting the troposphere for water vapor. The new postage-stamp sized, self-powered, flexible wireless sensor unveiled today by Japan's Green Sensor Network Laboratories...Show More Summary
Both Everything Everywhere and SK's networks deliver 150 Mbps, yet because of a technicality only one is advertised as LTE-Advanced. This is yet another example of the arbitrariness of mobile industry marketing.
"Conceptually, it's everything, everywhere. People anywhere can listen to it."
I guess Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC, news, filings) is making good money off these network outsourcing contracts, because they keep racking them up. This morning they added MBNL, the joint venture tasked by Everything Everywhere (EE these days) and Three UK to run … [visit site to read more]
A friend of mine has just e-mailed me as follows: “Everything Everywhere removed all mobile connectivity from where I live as part of its “network optimisation” programme (irony upon irony, yes?) a month ago, and I’m more than exhausted by the stonewalling shambles it has in place of customer relations. But where to go? Do [...]
EE is currently the United Kingdom’s only 4G LTE network – it launched back in July 1 2010, under the name Everything Everywhere, which the management team decided to shorten to EE in September 2012. EE thrives on providing super fast 4G LTE internet to customers based in the UK, and starting today it launched its first [...]Show More Summary
Welcome to the new share everything, everywhere world of technology.
According to some kids we knew in grade school, everything everywhere is haunted. Anyone can create a little piece of folklore, and the end result is some very interesting stories about otherwise mundane places. What follows are five unusual places in America that are allegedly haunted. 1. The Devil’s Tower (Alpine, New Jersey) Most folks...
Google want's to know everything, everywhere.
I’m please to announce that I have launched the new Everything Everywhere Travel Community Site! No matter how much I travel around the world, there is no way I can ever match the knowledge and experience of the people who read this site. No matter where I go, someone (often times many people) have been [...]
The HTC First might be launching on AT&T, but that doesn't mean this built-for-Facebook device is going to be limited to the US only: we just learned it will eventually arrive on Orange and Everything Everywhere in Europe, too. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
When you watch a video or view a digital picture, it’s been digitally coded using a codec. You may not be aware that the most common video codec to date has been the H.264/AVC, used in practically everything, everywhere. However, … Continue reading ?
Sole UK 4G LTE carrier EE (Everything Everywhere) has announced that it's switched on 4G coverage in a further nine towns and cities across the country. From today, EE customers in Barnsley, Chorley, Coventry, Newport, Preston, Rotherham, Telford, Walsall and Watford will be able to pick up LTE reception on supporting devices. Show More Summary
UK network EE (Everything Everywhere) has announced that it will be rolling out its LTE services to 27 more markets by June 2013. EE is currently the only UK network to offer LTE data on its network and it claims that by June this year it will have coverage of 55% of the UK population up from its current claim of 45%. Show More Summary
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