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The race is on to be the No. 3 wireless carrier in the US and it appears that No. 4, T-Mobile, has the momentum even as Sprint ponders a bid for its rival.
Sierra Wireless takes its dispute with Nokia over standard essential patent royalties to Europe's competition regulator.
Dell and Telefonica, the telco behind O2, have expanded the NetReady pay-as-you-go bundled laptop and 3G service to 29 countries in Europe.
If the status quo remains in place, Verizon's deal makes sense. However, if the U.S. wireless industry---already saturated---sees a price war or Sprint and T-Mobile step up Verizon's assumptions may be challenged.
Dish gave up on its pursuit of Sprint after Softbank sweetened its bid. Dish did say that it will focus on acquiring Clearwire and its coveted wireless spectrum.
Intel has publicly backed SoftBank's bid for Sprint Nextel, claiming that the deal is necessary to promote competition in the wireless space.
World’s biggest wireless carrier by subscribers sees net profit up 0.3 percent to 27.8 billion yuan (US$4.4 billion) as rising cost of handset subsidies erode gains from its aggressive 3G user acquisition.
If successful, Dish and Sprint could untether businesses and homes with a treasure trove of wireless spectrum. The problem: The "if" in Dish and Sprint's potential success may be as tall as a wireless tower.
Broadband arm of True Corporation aims to up speed by 30 percent to better compete following the country's 3G commercial wireless service rollout next month.
U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has launched a probe involving Samsung, Nokia, Huawei and ZTE for patent infringement in certain wireless devices with 3G or 4G capabilities.
Of the $14 billion AT&T will spend over the next three years, $8 billion will be for wireless and $6 billion for wireline. Sprint buys spectrum to bolster its 4G LTE rollout.
The wireless carrier game is increasingly going global as Softbank eyes a stake as high as 70 percent in No. 3 U.S. provider Sprint.
Cheaper 3G and 4G services and smartphone devices will go a long way in addressing the country's low adoption rate of next-generation wireless technologies.
Data plans for the Ultrabook bundle cost $34.99 per month for 3GB or $49.99 per month plan with 6GB.
The new router piggybacks on an iPad's Verizon 3G or 4G wireless account to create a wireless, in-store POS network.
Compatible with 3G, WiMax, and LTE, Sprint's latest wireless hotspot is essentially future proof.
T-Mobile's new advertising campaign touts the speed of the wireless carrier's network. It's going to need a lot more than that to siphon customers from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint.
Even as Sprint ramps up its LTE efforts, the company is still offering devices its 3G/4G modem, which connects to its WiMax network.
Samsung has been denied its second 3G patent claim against Apple by a German court.The Mannheim regional court in Germany rejected Samsung's complaint against Apple related to the 3G wireless standard on Friday but did not state a specific reason at the ruling, according to software patents expert, Florian Mueller.
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