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Sprint Novatel MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot available soon

04/05/2011, Sprint has just announced the availability of the new Novatel MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot up for sale on their network. Enabling up to 5 WiFi-enabled devices to connect to Sprint’s 3G/4G network anywhere there’s coverage in the US. For folks who...

Sprint Nexus S 4G arriving on April 6?

04/04/2011, The Samsung Nexus S 4G was officially announced to arrive on Sprint a couple of weeks ago and is said to arrive this spring. However, it might actually appear earlier than expected. It has been reported that an arrival date for the 4G phone running stock...

HTC EVO 3D officially announced

03/22/2011, After all the speculations, rumors and leaks about the EVO 4G’s successor, it is now official. The EVO 3D was announced by Sprint today, confirming all the previous rumors and leaks about the device. Pretty much everything we’ve heard before...

Sprint Motorola Xoom pictured

03/18/2011, It looks like rumors about the Motorola Xoom (don’t miss our Xoom Review) Android tablet coming to Sprint are more truth than fiction. An image of the upcoming tablet has surfaced online – it basically looks like the current Motorola Xoom, but...

Sprint introduces Sierra Wireless Overdrive Pro 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot

03/17/2011, Sprint has just added a new addition to its lineup of mobile hotspot devices. Called the Wireless Overdrive Pro from Sierra, this mobile hotspot gives Sprint users 3G/4G connectivity to their WiFi devices. A successor to the first Overdrive Pro, this new...

BlackBerry PlayBook coming to Verizon?

02/09/2011, We already know that the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be headed to Sprint with support for its 4G WiMAX network, but what about other carriers? Folks have discovered a page that previously allowed users to join an early-access program of sorts for the...

Samsung announces Sliding PC 7 Series

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] At the press event today, Samsung announced the arrival of their new Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series. The device that combines the benefits of a tablet with a laptop is essentially a netbook with a touchscreen running Windows 7. It is powered by an...

Sprint announces Novatel Wireless MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot

01/04/2011, In addition to announcing their brand new 4G Android phone today, Sprint has also let their upcoming mobile WiFi hotspot out of the bag. The upcoming MiFi 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot is supposed to be ultra-compact, and will give up to 5 devices a connection to...

San Francisco Bay Area now covered in Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network

12/27/2010, You’ve been waiting for it, and now it’s finally arrived. Sprint has just launched its 4G WiMAX network in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sprint touts the network as being able to offer mobile web browsing up to 10 times faster than a 3G service and it...

Novatel’s WiMax MiFi at FCC, Headed for Sprint

12/14/2010, Sprint has launched the Overdrive, a portable hotspot device that allows users to connect up to five devices to the carrier’s mobile broadband 3G CMDA or 4G WiMax network, and now the Overdrive is either getting a companion or a replacement in the...

UQ WiMax Provider hits 300Mbps with WiMax2

10/04/2010, [CEATEC 2010] In Japan, UQ is the sole WiMax provider (a little like Sprint in the USA), and although WiMax coverage is far from reaching all parts of the country, UQ has been playing with WiMax 2 already. Their version of WiMax 2 (IEEE 820.16m) uses the...

Clearwire Throttling Data Speeds Of Home WiMAX Users?

09/30/2010, Bandwidth throttling is rarely a happy subject when it’s brought up and now complaints are going around claiming that Clear WiMAX customers have noticed that their bandwidth has been throttled from 10MBps to around 0.25Mbps (depending on the...

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....