Popular WiMAX Articles 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 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 reportedly discontinued the recently released N810 WiMax Edition Internet Tablet.
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[...]
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 has started offering the Mondi, which runs Windows Mobile and sports WiMax, a 4.3-inch WVGA touchscreen, and a sliding keyboard.
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 plans to release a smartphone that supports its 4G network next year, and this WiMAX-powered device might run Google's Android operating system.
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 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.