HTC EVO Design 4G Coming To Sprint

HTC EVO Design 4G Coming To Sprint

HTC has unveiled its latest 4G smartphone, the HTC EVO Design 4G, offering WiMAX and World Phone connectivity with a 4-inch qHD display and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which priced at $99.99 with a new, two-year agreement and coming to Sprint. Sprint EVO Design 4G runs a 1.2GHz single-core processor and throws in a 5-megapixel rear camera with HD video capture and an LED flash along with a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera and the Android Gingerbread handset also features a smaller design than previous models, measuring 4.8 inches tall by 2.4 inches wide by 0.47 inch thick and 5.2 ounces…………..

By On October 19, 2011 Respond
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Erik Prusch Prusch To CEO Of Clearwire

Erik Prusch Prusch To CEO Of Clearwire

Chief Operating Officer Erik Prusch has been promoted and will take over the reins as president and CEO, and interim CEO and chairman John Stanton will become executive chairman of the board of directors. Erik Prusch will be faced with a monstrous challenge: secure roughly $600 million in capital to fund Clearwire’s buildout of LTE and if none can be found, the company will be completely out of cash by the end of 2012. It’s a difficult position to be placed in and either he’ll be the hero that saves the company or the villain responsible for taking it down……………

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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Sprint Make Partnership With LightSquared

Sprint Make Partnership With LightSquared

Sprint and LightSquared have signed a network-sharing deal that promises to transform the 4G wireless landscape and for the wireless carrier, LightSquared gives Sprint an option for LTE. The LightSquared deal falls under Sprint’s Network Vision plan and Sprint said it will outline its 4G strategy Oct. 7 at its investor day. LightSquared has been moving fitfully since the company began its ambitious plan to offer a network of combined satellite and wireless broadband that will cover over 250 million Americans…………..

By On July 28, 2011 Respond
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Clearwire Clear Spot 4G Apollo

Clearwire Clear Spot 4G Apollo

Towards the beginning of July the Clearwire Clear Spot 4G Apollo hotspot was seen at the FCC and now the device has made it’s way one step closer to store shelves with a price tag of $99 and also the Spot 4G-Apollo is different from the other devices to date simply because it is touted to have its very own display that goes one up on all those LEDs on current routers. Like all mobile hot-spot routers, the Apollo connects to a cellular wireless network by itself and shares the connection via its built-in wireless access point, which means Wi-Fi clients such as laptops, game consoles, or even smartphones can get connected conveniently…………….

By On July 26, 2011 Respond
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Nexus S 4G Gets Software Update With Improved WiMAX Performance

Nexus S 4G Gets Software Update With Improved WiMAX Performance

Sprint announced that it will begin rolling out an update to the Nexus S 4G to improve the smartphone’s 4G data speeds and signal strength. This handset powered by Gingerbread is supposedly the speediest of all Android smartphones and the handset displayed a commendable performance in its preproduction testing. Nexus S 4G’s software update also enhances speakerphone audio quality, Wi-Fi connectivity and includes TTY support for those with hearing disabilities…………….

By On July 24, 2011 Respond
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Panasonic Upgrades ToughBook C1

Panasonic Upgrades ToughBook C1

Panasonic has revamped its Toughbook C1 convertible tablet PC with some major spec upgrades, which enables the device to be 30 percent faster than its predecessor and t will sport a 320GB hard drive for the base model, boasting up to a dozen hours of battery life, 2GB RAM that can be expanded to four times the amount, an Intel Core i5-2520M vPro processor (2.50GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz), and up to 30% faster boot up time compared to its predecessor. Panasonic says you can expect twelve hours from a pair of hot-swappable batteries or six hours with one and it’ll now start at $2,599 instead of $2,499 when the new model rolls out next month…………..

By On June 25, 2011 Respond
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HTC EVO 3D And HTC EVO View 4G Coming In June

HTC EVO 3D And HTC EVO View 4G Coming In June

HTC EVO 3D launches on June 24th for $200 joined by EVO View 4G tablet at $400 and both equipped with WiMAX radios and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) as their OS. The 1.2GHz dual-core EVO 3D costs $200 on contract, with pre-orders available right now provided you buy a $50 Sprint gift card and the 1.5GHz single-core EVO View 4G will set you back double that, at $400, while still requiring a two-year contract………

By On June 6, 2011 Respond
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BlackBerry PlayBook With Wi-Fi Coming To Sprint

BlackBerry PlayBook With Wi-Fi Coming To Sprint

BlackBerry PlayBook headed to Sprint and Sprint Marketing Director Gerald Evans revealed on his personal blog earlier today that the WiFi-only, 16GB version of the tablet will be hitting Sprint stores on Sunday, June 5th for the usual $499.99. Sprint has stated in the past that a 4G WiMAX enabled BlackBerry PlayBook would join their network in the Summer and if Sprint embraces the Wi-Fi only PlayBook this weekend that is a good first step towards a 4G version for the near future…………

By On June 4, 2011 Respond
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Clearwire Selects Ericsson for Managed Services

Clearwire Selects Ericsson for Managed Services

Clearwire has signed a deal with wireless equipment supplier Ericsson to manage its 4G WiMax network in an effort to save on operating costs and the company announced the new seven-year deal, which entails Ericsson managing Clearwire’s day-to-day network operations.Ericsson will assume all network engineering, operations and maintenance responsibilities, allowing Clearwire to concentrate on cutting costs and increasing efficiency……….

By On May 21, 2011 Respond
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Clearwire Reports Q1 2011 Results

Clearwire Reports Q1 2011 Results

Clearwire posts Q1 loss amid record subscribers, decides not to sell spectrum after all and that included a more than doubling of revenue to $242 million.Clearwire experienced record subscriber growth, seeing an increase of 533 percent year-over-year from Q1 2010 and predicts it will end the year with nearly a million more subs than originally forecasted (9.5 million, up from 8.8)……….

By On May 7, 2011 Respond
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Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Available For Pre-Order

Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Available For Pre-Order

Samsung originally announced their new Sliding PC 7 Series at CES 2011 as a ultra-portable convertible netbook and the system as a whole was quoted by Samsung as weighting in at 2.2 pounds and boosting full Windows 7 Home Premium style computing in that small package.Now Samsung announced they would charge $699 for the hybrid PC and it’s available for pre-order………..

By On May 3, 2011 Respond
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Sprint Motorola Xoom WiFi

Sprint Motorola Xoom WiFi

Sprint starts selling Motorola Xoom WiFi (not WiMAX) May 8th for $600 and the carrier will start selling folks the sweet Honeycomb slate soon enough, but a Xoom sans Sprint cellular data is a bit of a letdown.4G LTE for the XOOM being pushed back until Summer it is clear that Motorola doesn’t have the right hardware just yet for 4G and maybe when the 4G LTE upgrades for current 3G XOOM’s start to roll out in Summer…………

By On April 29, 2011 Respond
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Sprint Will Pay $1 Billion To Use Clearwire 4G

Sprint Will Pay $1 Billion To Use Clearwire 4G

Sprint has agreed to pay Clearwire at least $1 billion for the use of its 4G network through 2012 and the relationship between the two companies amid disputes over how much Sprint should pay for renting service from Clearwire.Sprint rents use of Clearwire’s network and the two have been duking it out for months over just how much that service is worth………

By On April 21, 2011 Respond
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IEEE 802.16m Advanced Mobile Broadband Wireless Standard

IEEE 802.16m Advanced Mobile Broadband Wireless Standard

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has approved IEEE 802.16m, the standard for the next generation of WiMax which may deliver downstream speeds of more than 300M bps (bits per second) and it also known as WirelessMAN-Advanced or WiMax-2, was developed as the next step after 802.16e the first global standard for mobile WiMax……..

By On April 3, 2011 Respond
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Best Buy Connect 4G

Best Buy Connect 4G

Best Buy Connect launches 4G mobile broadband service via Clearwire.Best Buy Connect takes the 4G leap and now stocking over 20 WiMAX products.4G mobile broadband connectivity delivers high-speed internet on-the-go on more than 20 computing devices sold at Best Buy……..

By On March 31, 2011 Respond
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