CHICAGO—A presenter at the opening of 4G World this morning focused on the need for contextual awareness as a way of enriching the mobile experience.
Nokia’s N900 is being released as a phone but it is being called a mobile Internet device (MID) by ABI Research.
Historically, it has been harder for African-Americans to access the Internet.
Since landing support from carrier rivals AT&T and Verizon Wireless, LTE has tended to be a bit of a buzz hog.
Clearwire announced that Cisco Systems will provide the core infrastructure for Clearwire’s 4G WiMAX network.
Alvarion posted relatively flat sales and widening first-quarter losses despite an uptick in WiMAX revenues.
Companies in the news: WiMAX Forum, Towerstream, iPhone Unlocking Solutions, Yap, Glu Mobile, Intuit, Andrew Solutions, Comverse.
The NRTC local members will soon have the opportunity to provide high-speed, fixed and mobile broadband Internet access to “unwired” communities nationwide.
Companies in the news: In-Stat, MetroPCS, Samsung, Motorola, WiMAX Forum, Entra Health Systems, Bytemobile, SnapMyLife, Research In Motion, InnoPath Software.
WiMAX service provider Towerstream is one of those looking to get a piece of the stimulus package action.
A lot of buzz surrounded new products and service initiatives, and for the most part, the mood was pretty optimistic.
WiMAX’s future is perhaps most clearly delineated by a 4G chip manufactured by Wavesat.
LAS VEGAS—During his CTIA keynote address this morning, Clearwire co-chairman Ben Wolff pointed out the importance of creating applications specifically tailored to take advantage of 4G network capabilities.
LAS VEGAS—Samsung on Tuesday unveiled its first WiMAX device and updates to its TouchWiz platform
Some people seem to think that because Verizon Wireless is linked up with the LTE camp, the technology wars are over. I beg to differ. Having recently returned from Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Spain, I find the LTE and WiMAX rhetoric is as fiery as ever.
New phones using the Android, LiMo and Symbian open-source operating systems are rolling out in 2009.
There’s big buzz surrounding the expected unveiling of a Toshiba smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Nortel is saying good-bye to its mobile WiMAX business and jumping head-first on the LTE train.
Companies in the News: Verizon Wireless, Trimble, Yahoo!, Tellabs, Tranzeo Wireless Technologies, iWebTrack Holdings, Mojiva.
The WiMAX Forum has launched its Global Roaming Program, which allows operators and vendors to obtain the information they need to establish WiMAX roaming services.
Companies supporting LTE and mobile WiMAX networks now have two new testing tools available.
While many analysts are combing their data for future prognostications, we decided to take a look back at some of the hot-button issues of 2008. Did the gloves finally come off in the LTE vs. WiMAX standoff? Did Android change the landscape of the handset market? Did femtocells make an impact?
Industry speculation is swirling about why Nokia discontinued the WiMAX version of its N810 Internet Tablet.
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