Lilbits 6-22-2020: One GX mini laptop will support US 4G LTE wireless networks

The latest mini-laptop from One Netbook is a computer with a 7 inch display, a backlit keyboard, a big exhaust fan in the back, and a set of detachable game controllers that can be connected to the side of the system. The One GX is designed to be a handheld gaming computer, and later this […]

Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 with 4G LTE coming in November for $600

The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 is a convertible laptop with a 12.2 inch full HD touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge, pen support, and an Intel Celeron 3965Y Kaby Lake-Y processor. Samsung introduced the update to last year’s Rockchip RK3399-powered Chromebook Plus in June, and now the company is introducing a new model. It’s pretty much […]

T-Mobile’s network is going to get better… if you buy a new phone

T-Mobile has been one of the most innovative wireless carriers in the US in recent years, thanks to a series of “uncarrier” movies that have have shaken up the way carriers bill customers and offer subscriber perks. But there’s one big problem that’s kept a lot of people from signing up: T-Mobile’s network coverage isn’t […]

2nd-gen LG Watch Urbane is first Android Wear device with 4G support

Most smartwatches are designed to pair with your smartphone to display notifications, media controls, and other information on your wrist. But a handful (or wristful) of smartwatches have their own cellular modems, allowing you to use them even when your phone isn’t around. Up until now that’s a feature that hasn’t been available for watches […]

E Fun’s cheap Android tablets now available with 4G (from Verizon)

Tablet maker E Fun has been selling low-cost Android and Windows tablets for a few years, and now the company is introducing the first models with built-in support for 4G LTE. The Nextbook Ares Al and Nextbook Ares 10L both support Verizon’s 4G network. The Nextbook Ares 8L features and 8 inch screen and a […]

Goodnight WiMAX: Sprint to shut down its first 4G network Nov 6th, 2015

Before LTE became widespread in the United States, Sprint launched its own high-speed data network using the competing WiMAX protocol. It wasn’t as fast as LTE, but that didn’t stop the company from calling it 4G. Sprint isn’t the only name in the WiMAX game… but Clearwire, FreedomPop, and most other companies that offer WiMAX service in […]