Which is better, iPhone or Google Now?: The best mobile phone antennas
Android and iOS devices are getting bigger, faster and more powerful, and now the two top-ranking mobile phone companies are also making big bets on what’s next for the technology.
Both are investing big in new high-frequency antennas that they hope will improve cellular coverage, which can be a major bottleneck in areas with poor cell coverage.
And both are investing heavily in wireless broadband, an idea that has already been adopted by Google and other large tech companies.
“They’re both very bullish on the technology,” said Paul B. Zukin, director of the wireless spectrum research firm iSuppli, in an interview.
“If you have the technology, it can help the overall system.”
While the major carriers have largely ignored the issue for years, they have been pushing wireless broadband aggressively lately, and are expected to announce more in the coming months.
That includes buying up some of the most expensive spectrum for the wireless network in the country, which is owned by Verizon.
Both AT&T and Verizon are already deploying fiber-optic networks, which use radio waves to carry data between points, with speeds of up to 5 megabits per second.
They’ve also signed deals with other carriers, like T-Mobile USA, to build more fiber-based networks in a number of cities, including Washington, D.C., New York and Atlanta.
Verizon said it is now planning to build out fiber networks to 20 million homes by 2025, with plans to expand to as many as 80 million by 2020.
The carriers are betting that the higher speeds will allow them to offer better data packages and services, and to provide better and more reliable Wi-Fi connections to more people, but the cost will be higher than other technologies.
The main problem with cellular phones is that they are often too bulky to fit into pockets or a backpack.
They also require a lot of power to operate.
And with each increase in speed, the antennas get larger and heavier, increasing their power consumption.
In a survey of nearly 200 people conducted by the wireless industry group A2M, 73% of respondents said they’d be willing to pay a higher price for the benefits of faster networks, though most agreed that their phones would be “not too bad” to use for longer.
The top-ranked wireless provider in the survey, AT&M, said it was committed to building out the network to 40 million subscribers by 2020, with its current deployments at 5 million homes.
AT&G’s goal is to have 10 million by 2025.
But as of June, the carrier still had 1.7 million subscribers, and it doesn’t expect to be able to reach 100 million users by 2025 unless it can find a way to increase the amount of spectrum it can use.
A2Ms survey also found that 75% of Americans have a cellphone with an antenna, with only 22% of households having an LTE device.
Most of those who don’t have a phone or a mobile device use other devices to stream video and play music.
The survey asked respondents about their usage habits, which included how often they use their mobile devices, what apps they use and how often the devices were plugged in to the home network.
Most people said they had about 10 minutes per day of cellular use, and about 5 minutes per week.
“There’s definitely some variation in what people use their phone for,” said Josh Lowenberg, the president of the American Wireless Association, in a phone interview.
Some people use it to surf the web, or stream music, or check their email.
Others use it for gaming and other basic needs.
“A lot of the stuff that’s being discussed is not really the consumer side of it, and the consumer end of it,” Lowenberg said.
“It’s about how do we improve the performance of the cellular network to give people the best data experience possible.”
Verizon, which has a long history of building out its network, has already made major investments in high-performance wireless antennas, including a $500 million acquisition of a company that makes high-powered antennas.
Verizon has also been working with other companies to make more efficient antennas.
Last year, the company announced a deal to buy a company called Wireless Energy, which makes antennas for wireless networks.
The company has also teamed up with Google to create a company, called Broadband Optics, that aims to make high-quality antennas.
But both AT&L and Verizon said they haven’t decided yet how much they’ll spend on wireless broadband.
AT & T-Mo CEO Dan Hesse said the two companies are “very comfortable” with the idea of building high-speed networks.
But he also said he’s “always worried” about the long-term health of wireless networks, because “there’s just so much more that needs to be done” to make them reliable and efficient.
“I think we have to invest a lot more money in improving the quality of our networks, but we