WiMAX 2007 SmartPhone Articles

Popular WiMAX Articles for 2007

Mobile Tech News — Flat-Rate Data Roaming, Free iPhone Publicity, Mobile WiMAX

Vodafone Announces New Flat-Rate Data Roaming Charge Apple Has Received $400 million in Free iPhone Publicity Sprint Nextel to Roll Out Mobile WiMAX Services in Texas[...]

Sprint Reveals WiMAX Pricing

Sprint has announced what it expects to charge for monthly access to its upcoming fourth generation (4G) nationwide cellular-wireless network.

Nokia N800 with WiMax in Development

Sprint reportedly plans to release next year a version of the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet with the 4G cellular-wireless networking standard Mobile WiMAX.

What Is the Palm Sherlock?

The first glimpse of a new product from Palm, Inc. has emerged. Some believe this might be the release of one of Palm's co-founder's pet projects, the first of a[...]

Rumors Circulating of Ultra-Thin, WiMAX Treo

According to an anonymous source, Palm is going to release a smartphone late this year with some cutting-edge features.

Intel Announces Upcoming Mobile Processor and Device Push

At a speech today, Anand Chandrasekher, Intel's senior vice president, outlined processor platforms and new UMPC and Mobile Internet Devices that will be coming from his company in the next[...]

Palm Almost Certainly Unveiling the ”Hawk” Tomorrow

Palm, Inc. has just sent journalists an invitation to a webcast scheduled for tomorrow at which the company will unveil a new class of mobile devices, neither a handheld nor[...]

Sprint Demonstrates Xohm WiMax Service In Chicago

Sprint and Motorola hosted a demonstration this past week of Sprint's forthcoming "Xohm" WiMax service for a group of technology journalists in Chicago.

AT&T Has Good News on Its 3G Network, T-Mobile Has Bad News

In the coming months, AT&T is going to increase the speed at which users can upload files on its 3G network. At the same time, rival telecommunications company T-Mobile USA[...]

Sprint Preparing Soft Launch for WiMax Service

While Sprint's Xohm WiMax service isn't scheduled for an official widespread launch until next year, the company is planning a "soft" launch for the Washington DC, Chicago, and Baltimore areas[...]

The Coming 4G War

In his latest editorial, Adama Brown compares the standards that will be going head to head in the growing battle to be the preeminent wireless technology.

HTC Commits to Releasing WiMax Products in 2008

Smartphone maker HTC has decided to jump on the WiMax bandwagon and is going to introduce its first products running this 4G wireless networking standard next year.

Intel’s Latest Try at Redefining Mobile Computing

Intel used its recent developer's forum to call attention to its latest mobile device initiative. The company is putting the finishing touches on the processors needed for what it considers[...]

A Primer On The Coming FCC Auction

Many people are aware of the upcoming auction of radio "spectrum" to be held by the FCC. What these people might not know is why this is going to be[...]

Sprint Reveals More Details on Its WiMax Service

The day when Sprint will launch its Mobile WiMax service is drawing closer, and this carrier has recently announced more details on its plans to roll out this high-speed wireless[...]

FCC Lists Bidders in 700 MHz Spectrum Auction

The FCC has released a list of the companies that intend to bid in next year's auction for the rights to the 700 MHz wireless spectrum that will be available[...]

Mobile Data Services – Going Beyond Wi-Fi

Analyst Paul DeBeasi tries to make some sense out of the confusing alphabet soup of cellular-wireless date services like EV-DO and HSUPA.

Field Trials Successful For 3GPP Long Term Evolution

A recent field trial by Nokia Siemens Networks has brought 3GPP Long Term Evolution one step closer to implementation. LTE is a developing standard for 4G wireless high-speed Internet access.[...]

Date Set for 700 MHz Auction, Google May Still Be Participating

The FCC has set the date it will hold a closely watched auction for a soon to be available portion of the wireless spectrum, and Google's CEO has said his[...]

Sprint Names New CEO; WiMax Plans Still Up in the Air

The Sprint Board of Directors has named wireless industry veteran Daniel R. Hesse as president and CEO of the company, effective immediately. Part of Hesse's job will be to decide[...]