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So how does HTC's Amaze 4G stack up to its European counterpart, the Sensation XE? Pretty well actually. The 4.3-inch qHD smartphone also features Qualcomm's 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU, but bumps the RAM from 768MB to 1GB. It's also HTC's first NFC toting device and joins T-Mobile's Galaxy S

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The picture almost says it all: the Galaxy S II is coming to T-Mobile. Except it's slightly more complicated than that. According to TmoNews, you're actually looking at the back of the new Samsung Hercules -- a handset rumored to possess godly specs, which we already knew was heading to both T-Mo

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T-Mobile's choice of fast just got doubly faster in 42 -- clever, right? 42 new markets for its 42Mbps service -- of its HSPA+ markets. With this addition the tally for the faster service now stands at 97 centers -- when added to the 55 we saw launched back in May. To answer the question about

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Back in 2009, we squealed like giddy schoolgirls when the hotshots over at Ericsson crushed standard HSPA+ speeds with 56Mbps downloads, but even then we wondered if the standard would last much longer. Two years later, HSPA+ is still around and Ericsson is still crushing records -- three records,

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Seems like T-Mobile's fed up with claims that its network isn't truly 4G -- starting today, it's doubling the bandwidth of HSPA+ to 42 megabits per second as promised. They've conducting a live test in Las Vegas on the CES 2011 stage, playing some online multiplayer Need for Speed, but it won't be

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It may not be the fastest live HSPA network today, but Telstra -- a carrier with a history of world's firsts -- is touting that it's now the first operator on the face planet to flip the switch on HSPA+ Dual Carrier, the very same tech that Ericsson has been demoing recently. That means that custom

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