WiMAX 2009 SmartPhone Articles

Popular WiMAX Articles for 2009

Brighthand’s Predictions for 2009

Continuing a long Brighthand tradition, Ed Hardy has once again made some predictions for what's going to happen in the mobile market during the next twelve months.

Sprint and LG Will Unveil a Windows Phone with WiMAX at CES

Sprint and LG have invited journalists to an event at the CES tradeshow next month, where the two will apparently announce a smartphone running Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS that can[...]

Nokia Has Discontinued the N810 WiMax Internet Tablet

Nokia has reportedly discontinued the recently released N810 WiMax Edition Internet Tablet.

Acer Netbook with AT&T 3G Service Going for $80

Netbooks are low-cost laptops, and when they come with a wireless carrier's subsidy, prices are reduced even more. Case in point: the Acer Aspire one is now available with AT&T's[...]

New Study Warns that Cell Phone Use May Slightly Increase Cancer Risk

An extensive study overseen by the World Health Organization has found that cell phone use may cause a slight but measurable increase in several types of tumors, some of which[...]

Samsung Mondi WiMAX-Enabled MID Now Available

Samsung has started offering the Mondi, which runs Windows Mobile and sports WiMax, a 4.3-inch WVGA touchscreen, and a sliding keyboard.

Sprint Unveils a Pair of Portable 3G/4G Wi-Fi Routers

Sprint is now offering two new mobile hotspots. These allow users to connect to the Internet wherever they go by bridging Wi-Fi devices to Sprint's 3G and 4G mobile broadband[...]

Sprint May Be Prepping an Android Phone with WiMAX

Sprint plans to release a smartphone that supports its 4G network next year, and this WiMAX-powered device might run Google's Android operating system.

Samsung Mondi WiMAX-Enabled Handheld Unveiled

The newly-announced Samsung Mondi is part of an emerging class: the Mobile Internet Device. This means it will be a portable computer bigger than a phone but smaller than a[...]

Sprint Promises a WiMAX Phone… Eventually

Sprint has committed to releasing a phone with the 4G cellular-wireless technology WiMAX, but its being more than a bit vague about when this will happen.