First News Briefs: ZTE, Gogo, Amazon, T-Mobile, Thuuz Sports
ZTE Corporation today helped CSL Limited complete a demonstration of Hong Kong’s first 300Mbps-ready 4G network.
Gogo, a provider of in-flight connectivity and wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, is now working with Amazon Payments to offer Gogo users the ability to pay for their in-flight Internet sessions using the information stored in their Amazon accounts.
The Google Nexus 7will be available with T-Mobile service via the Google Play store for $349 (plus taxes and fees). T-Mobile will let customers try its its HSPA+ and LTE networks before they buy with an offer of 2GB of free data for one month.
Thuuz Sports announced the release of its Thuuz sports app optimized for the 2nd screen. The new Android app, designed to support the growing number of Thuuz fans who use tablets, includes a revamped game guide and Fantasy Football integration.