AT&T is throwing the switch on its LTE network this Sunday, according to CFO John Stephens. Only five cities -- Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio -- will be live at launch, but the carrier expects to triple that by the end of the year. (You can ignore the 70 million number that gets thrown around with that expansion -- that's total population for the markets, not actually how many people will be using AT&T's LTE.)

We still don't have any LTE-capable Android smartphones (AT&T says we should by the end of the year, and the HTC Holiday may be among them), but the overpriced HTC Jetstream Honeycomb tablet can.

Source: Fierce Wireless