May 2, 2016

First things first: advertising touting mobile networks that are “4G” or “5G” or even “10G” are just that, advertisements. When carriers started the commercial availability of 4G, the technologies included LTE, WiMAX and even HSDA/HSPA/HSPA+. Most users were not too concerned with the alphabet soup, as long as fewer calls are dropped and streaming and […]


November 16, 2015

I received my invite to join Google’s Project Fi two weeks ago, and I can say that I am definitely considering it. Although I have no complaints with my current carrier and plan, I’ve been curious about Google’s new hybrid cell service. This service offers a simplified billing structure and runs a bloatware-free version of […]