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Clearwire WiMAX Almost Ready To Go In New York City

09/22/2010, With Sprint’s WiMAX service going live in San Francisco, Clearwire’s WiMAX service is almost ready to go live in New York City. Reports are currently going around that the service is already live, but Clearwire claims it’s still in the...

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...

Rumor: LG Making A WP7 WiMAX Device For Sprint?

09/15/2010, Word is out that a Windows Phone 7-powered LG phone will be hitting Sprint’s 4G network and will be the first non-Android phone to run on Sprint’s WiMAX network. It wasn’t explicitly mentioned which phone this could be, but based on...

Clear Lighting Up LA, NYC With 4G Pre-Launch

09/13/2010, While 4G Wi-Max isn’t officially rolled out yet in Los Angeles nor New York, residents of either metropolitan domains can still access Clear’s infrastructures through a soft launch. This early pre-launch will give limited access, in terms of...

Clearwire announces Rover Puck service

08/30/2010, Want to pay only for what you need? Then the Rover Puck service from Clearwire ought to do the trick, as this pay-as-you-go model is now available. The Rover Puck is a device which is capable of linking a number of WiFi-enabled devices to a WiMax signal,...

WiMAX 2 Standard Slated To Be Finalized In November

08/15/2010, With Verizon and AT&T looking to focus on LTE, WiMAX has a serious challenge on its hand, so it’s probably good news that the successor to WiMAX, namely WiMAX 2, will have its standard finalized in November this year, with hardware expected to...

Sprint Announces Samsung Epic 4G Pricing And Availability

08/11/2010, Looks like the rumors were on to something, as Sprint has just announced the Samsung Epic 4G, which will be launched on August 31st for $249.99 after a $150 instant rebate and $100 mail-in rebate. The device is more or less a Galaxy S that has a sliding...

Clearwire iSpot hacked not too soon after release

08/11/2010, Clearwire’s iSpot has been hacked just a week after its release. This 4G WiMAX mobile router was originally an Apple-only device, connecting up to eight Apple devices to it, where website ispotunrestricted.com has been configured to generate an...

Sprint U1901 WiMAX USB modem

08/11/2010, When you realize that the Sprint U1901 is a WiMAX USB modem, chances are you will ask yourself – does it work outside of a WiMAX blanket? The sad answer is no, which is more or less unthinkable these days. This means whenever you roam outside of a...

Clear Introduces New 4G Modem And Routers

06/17/2010, Clear has announced some new 4G networking hardware, and if you’re using a Mac, you’ll be happy to know that these devices offer Mac support too. The first is the 4G+ Mobile USB, a dual 3G and 4G modem that allows users to fall back on an EVDO...

Auto Positioning WiMAX Antenna Hack

06/09/2010, WiMAX is a pretty nifty technology, but if you’ve used it before, you’ll know that sometimes if the signal isn’t that good, you’re in for a bit of frustration. A user seems to have the whole MacGyver thing going for him, and came...

Clearwire 4G WiMAX Service Comes To Baltimore

06/01/2010, Folks over in Baltimore looking to get a speedy Internet connection should be quite happy to hear that Clearwire has announced that it has extended its 4G WiMAX service throughout the Baltimore area, bringing the CLEAR brand to the marketplace. With...

MSI to roll out new WiMAX netbooks next month

05/10/2010, MSI has plans to introduce a new range of WiMAX-capable netbooks at Computex in Taiwan next month, where they will comprise of the X-Slim X350, the X420 and the Wind U135 as well as U140. Being WiMAX-capable, they ought to be able to help you stay...