Yesterday, July 6, 2008 was probably notable for one of those rare occasions in sports history – such as when Ateneo actually manages to beat La Salle in a UAAP basketball game (having had 16 years of formal Jesuit schooling myself, I know that of which I speak). But apart from that unusual event, July […]Read more "Smart’s UZZAP: Behind the Bits"
Practically any American news media/blog item you will read about today about the new “3G iPhone” will be yakking about the “3G speeds” that you can get out of this baby. In reality, the 3G speed limits you’ll be reading about are imposed by the AT&T network. Hence, even Apple’s own iPhone 3G site talks […]Read more "Who cares about the iPhone 3G? The iPhone HSDPA is better"
Picked up on our radar via Engadget is this little news item from NTT DoCoMo, the same folks that brought us i-Mode. If you’re one of those speed demons who always believed that 3G squeaked by a little too slowly at a piddling 384 Kbps, and even HSDPA’s maximum downlink of 14 Mbps still represents […]Read more "It’s a bird! it’s a plane! Hell no, it’s Super 3G!"