Popular WiMAX Articles for 2008
The HTC MAX 4G, the worlds first integrated GSM/WiMAX handset, has just been announced. This is a Windows Mobile device with a WVGA touchscreen, GPS, and 4G service.
Manufacturers Asus and OQO yesterday demonstrated new versions of their Eee PC and Model 02 devices with built-in WiMAX, suitable for use on Sprint's "Xohm" network when it launches later[...]
Nokia has committed to releasing an Internet Tablet with the 4G standard WiMax, but so far has declined to give any details on this upcoming model. Thanks to a slip-up[...]
An online retailer has begun taking pre-orders for Nokia's upcoming Internet Tablet with the 4G wireless standard WiMax.
New information suggests that Asus may be planning a new version of its popular Eee PC sub-notebook for release this year that will feature a larger screen and internal WiMax.
Both Verizon and A&T will use their recently acquired 700 MHz spectrum -- for which they are paying billion in license fees -- for their fourth generation wireless networks using[...]
Earlier this week, Nokia took the wraps off the N810 Internet Tablet WiMAX Edition, an upcoming Mobile Internet Device (MID) that will include 4G wireless networking technology. Nokia was demonstrating[...]
Almost a year after it was first demonstrated publicly, Sprint's XOHM WiMAX service is finally commercially available... at least in one city.
The CTIA tradeshow was this week, and it was chock full of announcements, some big but many of them small. In an attempt to make sure that the important news[...]
The CEO of the first WiMAX provider in Australia declared recently that WiMAX technology has "failed miserably" in its application by his company.
With the Macworld tradeshow kicking off Tuesday, rumors of what will -- and won't -- be announced are flying thick and fast. According to one report, the Newton-like device Apple[...]
Now is the time when people traditionally make predictions for the coming year, but only the bravest look back and discuss how they scored on the previous year's predictions.
HTC has unveiled the Quartz, its first Windows Mobile device with the 4G wireless service WiMAX.
Nokia has given the world a sneak peek at its next major product, a version of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet with the 4G wireless networking standard WiMax.
Nokia has unveiled a version of its popular Internet Tablet devices that supports the new WiMAX networks expected to launch later this year.
Some of the frequently asked questions in the Brighthand forums are from people who are unfamiliar with WiMax and other emerging wireless networking standards. To help these people out, Adama[...]
It's no secret that Nokia plans to release an Internet Tablet with WiMax in 2008, but so far the company hasn't said when this will happen. According to an unconfirmed[...]
One of the more significant auctions for wireless spectrum in recent memory has reached an important milestone: the price for one of the nationwide licenses has risen to the point[...]
AT&T, the US' largest wireless provider, has asked the Federal Communications Commission to block the planned merger of Sprint's WiMAX division with Clearwire.
Sprint has announced that its hotly-anticipated launch of the WiMAX service that the company has planned under the "Xohm" name will be delayed until an undisclosed point in 2008.