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Verizon Will Be Getting IPhone 6-Friendly WiFi Calling In 2015 By Clip Syndicate A quick update for those trying to figure out which carriers will/won’t support the iPhone 6’s WiFi calling feature any time soon: T-Mobile is a go. AT&T will get it in 2015. Now Verizon is pledging to support it next year, too. Word of the new feature comes from Verizon CFO Fran Shammo, who mentioned it at a conference this morning — but not before taking the opportunity to take a not-so-subtle jab at T-Mobile for rushing to play up their support for it.

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AT&T To Get IPhone 6-Friendly WiFi Calling In 2015 By Clip Syndicate The iPhone 6 supports WiFi calling. But does your carrier support it? If you’re in the U.S., the answer to that is probably “not yet”. For the unfamiliar, WiFi Calling essentially turns any WiFi router you’ve got access to into a private extension of your carrier’s cell network. As long as you’re on WiFi, you’ll be able to make standard voice calls and send texts regardless of whether or not your carrier’s signal is up to snuff in that spot.

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Keep Your Office Secure By By Jason Carpenter for America's Backbone Weekly Today's smart technology includes devices small enough to be completely unobtrusive, motion sensitive, and can alert you to intruders. Help protect your business with these measures. ...Read More »
T-Mobile Pledges To Enable WiFi Calling On Every Phone They Sell By Clip Syndicate Over the past year and a half or so, T-Mobile has made announcement after announcement in what they’ve dubbed the “Un-carrier” series. Each announcement brings some change that’s meant to rid T-Mobile of some common wireless industry pain point — things like early termination fees, or the absurd costs of international data usage. Today, T-Mobile made their seventh sweeping change: from here on out, all handsets they sell will support WiFi calling.

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T-Mobile Adds 2.7 Million Customers In August, Breaks Company Record By Clip Syndicate T-Mobile US added 2.75 million customers in August, the largest number of monthly subscriber additions in its history, the carrier announced at a company event on Wednesday. The carrier is also offering a free personal CellSpot site customers can place wherever they lack coverage. The move comes the day after Apple Inc. announced it will release an iPhone programmed with technology to allow automatic shifts between WiFi and carrier networks. ...Read More »
T-Mobile Announces Wi-Fi Calling And Texting For Every Customer By Clip Syndicate T-Mobile unveiled a new plan to offer free Wi-Fi calling and texting to every customer. Company CEO John Legere announced the plans during the company's Un-carrier 7.0 event in San Francisco Wednesday. To enable this, every new smartphone sold by T-Mobile will come Wi-Fi-enabled for Wi-Fi calling and texting. Additionally, all of the carrier's existing customers have the ability to trade in their existing device for one of the new Wi-Fi-enabled handsets.

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Apple Gives NFC Chip Technology A Prized Seal Of Approval By Clip Syndicate Apple's long-awaited launch of tap-to-pay technology in its new iPhones and smartwatch may be the seal of approval that near-field communication technology needs to become as commonplace as wifi, Bluetooth and GPS. Called NFC, the technology lets smartphones communicate wirelessly with other devices such as point-of-sale terminals by holding them together. ...Read More »
Assimilate at IBC 2014 By Ko Maruyama Finally a pro player that works on both Mac and PC equally well. If you want to go ad-free (and you should), it's only a $5US purchase ...Read More »
WD My Passport Wireless: The Personal Cloud You Can Take With You By Clip Syndicate One of the lessons people are taking from the recent celebrity photo hack, rightly or wrongly, is that you can't trust the cloud. Of course, the question then becomes: Where do you put your digital stuff? WD has an answer for you: My Passport Wireless. The device is a portable hard drive about the size of a paperback book, and it can connect to up to eight different devices simultaneously via Wi-Fi, letting you access your pics (nude selfies or otherwise), videos, music and files anywhere you are. The drive works with PCs and Macs, but it's really meant to work with mobile devices: smartphones and tablets.

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Video: Mimosa Networks Unveils First Products in “Cloud-to-Client” Internet Access Ecosystem By Clip Syndicate CAMPBELL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mimosa Networks, a pioneer in gigabit wireless technology, today announced the launch of the first wave of its groundbreaking wireless Internet solutions – the B5 Backhaul radio with coordinated Massive MIMO technology, and Mimosa Cloud Services featuring advanced network-wide planning and analytics. The pairing of the B5 radio with Mimosa Cloud Services is a breakthrough in connectivity, allowing ISPs (Internet Service Providers) to seamlessly build and manag ...Read More »

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