Several tech companies, including Google and Clearwire, were the targets of insider trading activity by Galleon Group, allege federal prosecutors.
Samsung’s Mondi, recently brought to the United States via Clear’s WiMAX launch in Las Vegas, is one of the few 4G-enabled handheld devices on the market.
CHICAGO—When Sprint and Clearwire hooked up last year, the deal had many in the industry scratching their heads.
CHICAGO—Clearwire was the big winner in last night's Best of 4G World awards, taking home two of the total five awards presented during the convention.
Open, open, open. That was the call from Bill Morrow, CEO of Clearwire, in a second-day keynote at 4G World.
Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow has only been on the job since March, when he replaced co-founder Ben Wolff. Morrow is guiding the WiMAX provider through its massive, nationwide network buildout with the goal of covering 120 million people by 2010.
Clearwire has launched its 20-square-mile WiMAX "sandbox" in Silicon Valley to spur development of 4G applications.
Clearwire is extending its reach outside U.S. borders through an agreement with WiMAX operators UQ Communications of Japan (UQ) and Yota of Russia.
Scott Richardson and David Sach are leaving mobile WiMAX provider Clearwire, the company announced today.
Shares of Clearwire sank Wednesday as an analyst downgraded the wireless broadband service provider
Despite a slowdown in its second-quarter subscriber growth, Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow expects business to pick up in the fourth quarter.
Clearwire is planning a massive launch of its 4G service in 10 of its pre-WiMAX markets.
In a city that’s built itself on risky bets and high stakes, Clearwire will fit right in. Today, Clearwire officially launched its mobile WiMAX service in Las Vegas. The company’s fourth launch in 2009 will cover 1.7 million residents across 638 square miles in the wide, flat Las Vegas basin.
President Barack Obama’s intention to nominate Republican Robert McDowell to another term on the FCC is getting support from CTIA and others.
LAS VEGAS—Al Gore today delivered the closing keynote at the CTIA Wireless 2009 trade show.
LAS VEGAS—While the spring CTIA trade show historically showcased new handsets, much of the talk during this year’s event focused on things other than cell phones.
LAS VEGAS—CTIA Wireless 2009 attendees on Thursday heard about something they don’t usually hear during keynotes at the annual trade show: the role of wireless in healthcare.
LAS VEGAS—Just who is Bill Morrow, the new CEO of Clearwire who joined the company about three weeks ago?
WiMAX’s future is perhaps most clearly delineated by a 4G chip manufactured by Wavesat.
LAS VEGAS—The industry is in a capacity crunch, it’s not theoretical and it needs to be solved if the industry is going to keep up with skyrocketing demand
LAS VEGAS—AT&T today announced the launch of AT&T Apps Beta, a new initiative that gives developers the chance to test applications with AT&T customers
LAS VEGAS—Wireless Week presented its 2009 Leadership Awards at the Renaissance ballroom Wednesday evening.
LAS VEGAS—Going green is great PR. But underlying the talk of carbon footprints, environmental friendliness and rosy images of fauna
LAS VEGAS—CTIA kicked off its annual spring trade show with a series of three keynotes from industry executives who emphasized continued growth through innovation.
LAS VEGAS—Femtocells have been touted as the most efficient solution to in-building coverage and carrier backhaul, but if you’d like to get a taste of the buzz in person