Popular WiMAX Articles for 2005
A technology called Mobile WiMax may eventually replace Wi-Fi wireless networking for handhelds and laptops.
One of the best reasons to own a PDA these days is that some models have wireless internet options. Being wireless is great for the occasional email, getting directions, or[...]
According to an unconfirmed report, Sprint eventually plans to give up using CDMA and related wireless networking standards and switch entirely to Mobile WiMAX.
Spb surver results illuminate PocketPC usage Rumor: Palm to launch Linux-based smartphones IEEE approves mobile WiMax standard
Reportedly, Research in Motion and Intel have come to an agreement related to WiMax wireless networking.
Fake photo of Axim X51 Samsung i300 3 GB smartphone now FCC approved Opera Mini browser on Windows Mobile WiMax coming to Athens, Georgia [...]
WiMax now undergoing certification testing Editorial: WiMax threatens monopolies PanAmSat promises WiMax via satellite
Samsung to push 'WiBro' wireless broadband 802.15.4 ZigBee SDIO card released Intel updates Wireless MMX technology Petition: Opera web browser for Palm OS
HP promises new buyers free OS upgrade 100 megabit mobile broadband--in Japan Motorola to produce mobile WiMax hardware
Intel demonstrates 1+ GHz handheld processor Mugen shipping 1800 mAh Axim batteries Intel, Unwired Australia partner to deliver mobile WiMax
Report: Palm planning Linux "feature phone" Cingular to launch wireless broadband November 1st Palm, RIM offer Blackberry client for Treo Three new Nokia smartphones [...]
Treo 600 passes one million sold PalmOne gives away Treos RIM, Microsoft to push enterprise IM Intel releases WiMax chipset