Your next smartphone might run on something called LTE-U. Here’s what that means. – Washington Post

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This spring, cellphone carriers such as T-Mobile plan to start supporting a new kind of mobile data. Known as LTE-U, the technology may result in a faster, smoother mobile experience. But the technology has also produced bitter fights between some of …
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