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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...

HTC EVO Shift 4G falls into the hands of someone

01/04/2011, It was only a matter of time before the HTC EVO Shift 4G was leaked or purchased legitimately by someone out there and now it has finally happened. Someone out there managed to get hold of the device ahead of the official announcement and if the box is...

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...

WiMAX coming to San Francisco via Sprint

12/21/2010, Sprint has made good on their self-imposed deadline by launching out their own WiMAX network in San Francisco as well as the surrounding area before Christmas. From December 28th onwards, subscribers with WiMAX-enabled devices such as the Sprint Overdrive...

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...

Toshiba Portege R700 Boasts Built-in WiMAX Connectivity

10/13/2010, Toshiba has announced the latest version of its Portege R700 notebook. The stand out feature of this notebook is the built-in WiMAX modem that allows users to get a speedy data connection on either Clear or Sprint without too much hassle. The S1322W...

Clearwire comes clean with throttling issue

10/05/2010, Remember our previous story on speculation that Clearwire could very well be throttling the speed of home WiMAX users? Well, Clearwire has come up with an explanation, where representative Rob Lenderman reminded customers that usage data is processed...

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...

Samsung Shows Off 330Mbps Mobile WiMAX At CEATEC Japan

10/04/2010, Samsung has been busy working to support the WiMAX 2 standard and the Korean company is busy demonstrating what WiMAX 2 can do at CEATEC in Japan. The new mobile WiMAX standard is based on IEEE 802.16m that offers faster, more efficient data...

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...

Samsung Transform spotted in Sprint document

09/29/2010, Here is the Samsung Transform that was recently spotted in a Sprint document, where it looks rather similar to the Epic 4G, which is rather confusing since Sprint is currently the only carrier that does not have a full touchscreen Galaxy S variant. Why...

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....