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Verizon LTE Rollout Map

Verizon LTE Rollout Map

Droid-Life recently acquired a list of the next cities Verizon is targeting for their 4G services (which Verizon later confirmed).  By the end of the year, they plan to have at least 140 markets covered with LTE service, with the goal of having over 60% of the US covered by 2013.

Below is a list of the markets.  (via Droid-Life)
Mobile, Alabama
Montgomery, Alabama
Little Rock, Arkansas
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Gainesville, Florida
Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida
Pensacola, Florida
Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
Augusta, Georgia
Honolulu, Hawaii
Kahului-Wailuku, Hawaii
Lahaina, Hawaii
Boise-Nampa, Idaho
Carbondale-Marion, Illinois
Wichita, Kansas
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Hammond, […]

Jan 15th, 2011Comments Off on Verizon LTE Rollout Map
Google TV Coming to the US in 2010

Google TV Coming to the US in 2010

Less than one week after Apple unveiled it’s latest Apple TV product, Reuters is reporting that Google TV will launch this fall in the US.  The service will be free, and will provide users with full internet browsing via their television sets.  Sony has agreed to begin including Google TV on its television sets, and Samsung said that it was looking into using the service. (via Reuters)

Sep 12th, 2010Comments Off on Google TV Coming to the US in 2010

Adwords Campaign Expirements Full Release

Helen Schindler, AdWords Crew at Google, announced that AdWords Campaign Experiments rolled out to all US advertisers this month.  This is a “free tool that makes it easier to test and precisely measure the impact of changes to your keywords, bids, ad groups, and placements,” stated Schindler.

According to Schindler, advertisers most likely waited 2-4 weeks before after making campaign changes to evaluate their optimization efforts prior to using this tool.  This tool allows campaign experiments to run “side-by-side” with the […]

Aug 14th, 2010Comments Off on Adwords Campaign Expirements Full Release
Google Mobile Search History

Google Mobile Search History

Google launched a new search history feature (in the US) yesterday, enabling users to “quickly get back to sites you’ve been to and see items you have starred from your Android, iPhone, or desktop searches.”  To use this new feature, you first have to sign in and enable search history in your account (settings -> save searches (under search history) -> save).

The history is a list of all searches you’ve performed while you were signed-in, regardless of the […]

Aug 6th, 2010Comments Off on Google Mobile Search History
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