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NTT DoCoMo announces Xi LTE service

11/08/2010, NTT DoCoMo has scored another first in the Land of the Rising Sun with their Xi (pronounced as “Crossy”) LTE service, which is the first wireless connectivity service that is based on LTE technology. Scheduled for a December 24 release...

Verizon 4G LTE Comparison Chart Surfaces

10/22/2010, Screenshots of a comparison table have surfaced, comparing Verizon’s 4G LTE network to Sprint’s 4G WiMAX and HSPA+. If you go by the facts listed on the comparison chart, what’s offered by Verizon’s upcoming LTE network is quite...

Verizon’s Droid Incredible Was Originally Planned For Sprint?

10/04/2010, You might have previously read that there were some hidden 4G-related screens found on that Droid Incredible, and now evidence that the Droid Incredible might have initially been planned for Sprint’s network has surfaced in the form of a legal...

Clear 4G Wi-Fi Modem Visits The FCC

09/27/2010, A 4G Wi-Fi modem from Clear has been approved by the FCC today, dubbed the Clear Modem with Wi-Fi and bearing the model number WIXFBR-117. The device is manufactured by Gemtek and will support Wi-Fi b/g/n and data transfer rates of up to 150Mbps....

Sprint Might Reconsider Unlimited 4G Offer If Usage Increases

09/23/2010, In a keynote address by Sprint CEO’s Dan Hesse on Wednesday, he mentioned that Sprint might have to switch from fixed to tiered rates for their 4G service. This is only if people start overusing their unlimited data service, which they will monitor...

Clearwire Launches WiMAX Roaming Day Pass In Japan

09/22/2010, Clearwire has announced a partnership with UQ Communications of Japan, launching 4G roaming services, allowing its customers the ability to sign-up for a Day Pass and use unlimited WiMAX data on their notebooks while travelling throughout covered markets...

Sprint WiMax Service Gets Early Arrival in San Francisco

09/21/2010, While the entire San Francisco Bay Area, the metropolitan area including and surrounding the city of San Francisco, won’t be seeing WiMax live on their devices today, residents of the city of San Francisco itself woke up to a nice surprise from...

MetroPCS delivers 4G LTE service via Samsung Craft

09/21/2010, MetroPCS has just gone live with its LTE network in Las Vegas in a partnership with South Korea company Samsung. Samsung not only delivers the LTE infrastructure, they also provided MetroPCS with the Samsung Craft SCH-r900, which incidentally is also the...

Analyst: iPhone 5 Will Be A 4G Device

09/21/2010, An analyst for Rodman & Renshaw has speculated that Apple’s iPhone 5 will be a 4G device that supports LTE (Long Term Evolution). Aside from 4G connectivity, the analyst claims that Qualcomm is expected to be the chip supplier for a future...

AT&T to deliver LTE in mid-2011, LTE iPhone maybe?

09/20/2010, A bit late to the party, but at least not the last, AT&T have announced that they will be rolling out 4G LTE coverage beginning mid-2011. With Sprint currently being the only carrier to offer 4G (WiMax, not LTE) in the United States, AT&T has...

Russia Is Developing Its Own Dual-screen 4G Smartphone

09/16/2010, A video exchange between the Russian President Dmitri Medvedev and state technology official Sergei Chemezov has surfaced, apparently discussing the country’s first ever domestically-developed 4G phone. If you check out the video (after the jump),...

Sprint Launches 4G Service In Nashville, Tennessee

09/16/2010, Sprint has taken another significant step to advancing the coverage of its 4G WiMAX network with the announcement that Nashville, Tennessee has been added to the many cities that now offer Sprint’s speedy 4G connection. With that in mind, if...