AT&T Announces 4G Tablets


AT&T revealed plans for Android Honeycomb-based tablets that will take advantage of the future LTE network. The tablets are only a few of the devices that AT&T plans to roll out with the high-speed mobile network, including smartphones, modems and hotspots. The new infrastructure will be nationwide by 2013, with the compatible devices coming in the second half of 2011. Read the full article at

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