Droid Daily 6/26/13: Dish Network, AT&T, Fuhu Nabi Jr, and More

AT&T Launches 4G LTE in even more markets

Today, AT&T flipped the LTE switch in a few more places, and they now cover over 292 million people in 300 markets. That's right behind Verizon, leaving Sprint and T-Mobile far behind.

  • Minot, North Dakota
  • Warren County, New Jersey
  • Visalia-Porterville, California
  • Brainerd Lakes, Minnesota
  • Jackson County, Georgia
  • Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina
  • Mount Vernon, Ohio

16GB Nabi Jr. has Tegra 3, 512MB RAM for $129

Looking for a tablet for your kid(s)? WEll then you'll want to check out these tablets Fuhu has put together. They are 5-inch tablets (which are smaller than some of our phones these days) with a Tegra 3 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB and 16GB internal storage. Not bad for $99 and $129 price tags.

ZTE Imperial heading to US Cellular

Soon, US Cellular will have another mid-range device available. This one will be the ZTE Imperial, which is a 4-inch device with Jelly Bean on board. It'll be hitting store shelves soon and be available for $0.01 on a new contract.

Dish Withdraws from Attempting to Acquire Clearwire

It appears that Dish Network has once again come up empty handed. Dish Network has been hard at work trying to get into the wireless industry. Trying to buy MetroPCS, Sprint, T-Mobile and Clearwire. And keep coming up empty handed. Wonder if they are fustrated yet?

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