Note: This article is being continuously updated.What are the 4G LTE bands supported by AT&T? Do they differ from the 4G LTE bands that T-Mobile uses? And what about Verizon Wireless massive 4G LTE network and its supported frequencies? And where is Sprint left in the 4G LTE picture?If you have ever tried to understand what's the deal with 4G LTE band support, you would have inevitably stumbled upon a reality of limitations and restrictions. Many phones, for example, only support bands for a particular carrier and not for others.We are breaking down the 4G LTE carrier bands for each of the major U.S. carrier (take a look at the table at the bottom of this article), but first, let's say a few words about the state of 4G LTE on all of them.Carrier4G LTE BandsMain FrequenciesAT&T2, 4, 5, 12, 14, 17, 29, 30, 661900, 1700 abcde, 700 bcVerizon Wireless2, 4, 5, 13, 661900, 1700 f, 700 cT-Mobile2, 4, 5, 12, 66, 711900, 1700 def, 700 a, 600Sprint25, 26, 411900 g, 850, … [Read more...] about Cheat sheet: which 4G LTE bands do AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint use in the USA?
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By Chris Quinn, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Published 12:16 pm CST, Sunday, November 4, 2018 David Robinson goes up against the Lakers’ A.C. Green during his first game with the Spurs on Nov. 4, 1989, at HemisFair Arena. David Robinson goes up against the Lakers’ A.C. Green during his first game with the Spurs on Nov. 4, 1989, at HemisFair Arena. Photo: Express-News File Photo See 14 reasons why one of the greatest Spurs of all time is well, the greatest. See 14 reasons why one of the greatest Spurs of all time is well, the greatest. Photo: 2003 NBAE 1. When he set the precedent of class and humility for the teamNow it has become one of the Spurs' trademarks. 1. When he set the precedent of class and humility for the team Now it has become one of the Spurs' trademarks. … [Read more...] about Commentary: 29-years-ago David Robinson debuted with the Spurs and San Antonio discovered a new hero
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Dan Shaughnessy Globe Staff July 21, 2018 Picked up pieces while making hotel reservations for Chicago in October (Sox-Cubs, finally), Atlanta in February (I’ll wear my 28-3 shirt), and San Francisco in June (Kyrie vs. Warriors, again) . . . ■ Red Sox vice president of pitching analysis Brian Bannister inadvertently explained what is killing baseball when he told the Globe’s Alex Speier, “Essentially, baseball has become a game full of data scientists. We’re finding ways to get better at what we do, and to provide the players with better information and better recommendations on everything we do on a daily basis . . . The biggest change in the game is the mind-set of ‘Get a hitter out in three pitches or less.’ Efficiency was the most prized thing in baseball. Now the whole art of pitching is the science of the swing … [Read more...] about Dan Shaughnessy: Baseball’s data scientists are inventing new ways to suck the life out of the game
It's been a little more than a year since T-Mobile USA bought enough 600MHz spectrum licenses to cover the entire country, and the carrier has now activated the spectrum band in more than 900 cities and towns in 32 states. In 120 of those cities and towns, it's the first time T-Mobile has offered LTE coverage, the company said in an announcement yesterday. Only a few Samsung, LG, and OnePlus phones are capable of using the new spectrum today, but 600MHz support should eventually become a common feature in new phones. It will also take multiple years for T-Mobile to fully deploy the spectrum across the US. T-Mobile bought this low-band spectrum because it's ideal for covering long distances and penetrating obstacles such as building walls, which have long been problems for T-Mobile's network. "T-Mobile's Extended Range LTE signals travel twice as far from the tower and are four times better in buildings than mid-band LTE, providing increased coverage and capacity," the company said. … [Read more...] about New T-Mobile upgrade may boost your coverage—if you have the right phone
Last week, on April 4, exactly 50 years after her father’s assassination, Rev. Bernice King, the youngest child of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, picked up a gun for the first time in her life.The white-handled revolver wasn’t as big as the rifle used to kill her father in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1968. But in the half-century since his death, handguns were responsible for the vast share of the more than 1.5 million gun deaths in the U.S.“It’s such a small thing that can be so destructive,” King said. “There’s something wrong when something this small has so much power over us.”King, along with several families of victims of gun violence and police shootings, was attending an event at the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta, where activists and artists with the group Lead to Life showed how guns can be repurposed for good by melting them down into shovels. 11 PHOTOS Activists … [Read more...] about Activists and artists are coming together to up-cycle guns to plant new trees