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LTE-Equipped Nexus 7 2013 (Razorg) Finally Gets The Android 5.1 Update

It's been, what, five weeks since Google announced Android 5.1? In all that time the update has still not arrived on many of Mountain View's Nexus devices. But at least one more is joining the 5.1 club today, and it's a little unexpected—the LTE Nexus 7 2013. No, the WiFi version still hasn't popped up.

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[Move Along, Move Along] Verizon-Sponsored Report Says That Caps Are Awesome And Customers Shouldn't Want Unlimited Data Anyway

Quick poll, Verizon customers: what's the one thing you want from America's most-hated (but admittedly most reliable) wireless carrier? OK, now those who are clamoring for phones with unlockable bootloaders, sit down - everyone left standing wants unlimited data. But you shouldn't, at least not according to Verizon shill Jack Gold.

OK, so maybe it's not fair to call Mr. Gold (seriously, that's his actual name) a shill. He's an analyst, founder and president of J.

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Google Joins Via Licensing, Provides Access To Its LTE Patents As Part Of A Pool

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[Deal Alert] Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 16GB LTE Verizon And AT&T Model On Sale At Best Buy For $279.99 - A Price Hotter Than A Snapdragon 810

Ok, I am going to keep this brief because I don't expect this deal to last long. In preparation for the imminent release of new Samsung tablets, Best Buy has the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4" 16GB LTE tablet at closeout prices. They are available with either AT&T or Verizon antennas for just $279.99. That's a staggering 220 bucks off retail and 20 dollars less than the Wi-Fi only model on Amazon (which was already a good deal).

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Verizon's LG G Pad 8.3 Gets A Minor Update With Enhanced LTE Connectivity

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A Single Google Project Loon Balloon Can Provide LTE Coverage To An Area The Size Of Rhode Island

Google's Project Loon isn't on our radar much here in the US because we have expansive high-speed internet access. That's not the case everywhere, though, and it's a problem Project Loon aims to solve. According to Google, a single balloon can apparently provide LTE service to a region the size of Rhode Island. I could have baited you with "a whole state" in the headline, but this is still pretty impressive.

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Sony Announces The Super Thin Xperia Z4 Tablet With A 10.1" 2K Display, Lollipop, And 17 Hours Of Video Playback

Sony's mobile division may be spiraling into oblivion, but that isn't stopping the company from dropping new hardware at Mobile World Congress. First up is the really hot Xperia Z4 Tablet, a very light and thin 10.1" tablet.

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[Hands-On] Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 - An Affordable Lollipop Phone You Might Actually Want, In Two Sizes

If there's ever been a persistent comment on Android Police in the last couple of years, it's that powerful smartphones are just too damn big these days. The Nexus 6 is gigantic, and 5.2"+ is quickly becoming standard smartphone size. Finding a good, inexpensive phone that isn't too large isn't impossible, but it's probably not as easy as it should be.

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Sprint Announces The Budget-Oriented LG G Pad F 7.0 Tablet

Tablets with LTE data tend to be quite a bit more expensive than their WiFi siblings, but Sprint is launching an LG slate called the LG G Pad F 7.0 with modest specs that sells for the low price of $240 or $10 per month for 24 months. It's not going to be blazing fast, but it might get the job done.

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[Update] LG Takes On Samsung With The Watch Urbane LTE: Voice Calls, GPS, NFC... But No Android Wear

If the LG Watch Urbane just isn't fancy enough for you, the manufacturer is going to up the stakes. LG just announced the Watch Urbane LTE on its home turf of South Korea, ostensibly to have something to compete with Samsung's Gear S. The Watch Urbane LTE includes the capability to make voice calls, essentially turning it into a wrist-mounted cell phone.

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