Last Updated: October 10th, 2011
A new month, a new batch of cities all lined up to get the LTE treatment, courtesy of Big Red. This go around, we're hearing that at least 21 new cities will be getting blanketed in VZW's ultra-fast LTE network, a follow up to the 26 that were just activated. The list of cities isn't available in its entirety just yet, but here's what we have so far:
- Birmingham, AL
- Modesto and Stockton, CA
- Fort Myers, FL
- Bloomington, Elkhart, Evansville, South Bend and Terre Haute, IN
- Sioux City, IA
- Hagerstown, MD
- Tupelo, MS
- Albuquerque and Santa Fe, NM
- Buffalo, NY
- Asheville, NC
- Bartlesville, OK
- Jackson and Martin, TN
- Greater Hampton Roads and Richmond, VA
- Green Bay, WI
San Diego and Los Angeles, CA are said to be getting an expanded coverage area, as well.
Last Updated: November 8th, 2011
We've been talking about NVIDIA's Project Kal-El, aka Tegra 3, for a few months now, and the company has released some official whitepapers on the architecture and core benefits of the new chip. After reading through the documentation, I am left with but one thought: this processor is going to slaughter everything currently on the market.
It's more than just two additional cores
One common misconception about new quad-core devices is that they're only adding two more cores.