A mobile communications standard intended to replace 3G, allowing wireless Internet access at a much higher speed: they recently announced that the newest iPad will support 4G [as modifier]: when a 4G phone can’t find a 4G network, it falls back on 3G
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- In the interim, both Wi-Fi and 4G are gaining momentum.
- And forget about putting a 4G phone in your pocket.
- When we get to 4G, we'll also want things like multi-user detection.
1990s: abbreviation of fourth generation.
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