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4G mobile will offer super-fast download speeds when it arrives in the UK. Find out what 4G technologies are being deployed in the UK, by who and when, and why the UK has lagged behind the rest of the world on 4G adoption
Taiwan Mobile co-president Cliff Lai says WiMax development a "wrong step" and spectrum better served to develop long-term evolution network instead, report notes.
O2, Vodafone and other industry parties have lodged complaints with Ofcom over Everything Everwhere's application to refarm spectrum for 4G use before the end of the year
Compatible with 3G, WiMax, and LTE, Sprint's latest wireless hotspot is essentially future proof.
Sprint is offering a subsidized netbook with old technology, to work on its WiMAX network that will be phased out in favor of current LTE. The subsidy requires a 2-year commitment to the old tech.
Details Cloudstor, which realizes robust security and high accessibility, is a private cloud service for companies. Other than use...
Firms in Asia-Pacific previously lagged in travel tech but catching up now because of increasing number of mobile subscribers in the region, note industry watchers.
Chinese tech giant Huawei hits back with countersuit against Singapore's Creative and its subsidiary Qmax, over aborted WiMax broadband project.
Nepal Telecom (NT) is launching the 4G WiMAX IEEE 802.16e service first time in Nepal. Nepal Telecom proudly offers WiMAX broadband...
Even as Sprint ramps up its LTE efforts, the company is still offering devices its 3G/4G modem, which connects to its WiMax network.
Wireless technology still exists in several hotspots in Asia and remains a "weapon" in any operators' arsenal but fierce competition and low consumer demand lead WiMax providers to rely on LTE for future growth instead.
Creative Technologies sues Chinese mobile giant Huawei for failed WiMAX network project in Singapore, reports say.
Region's "robust" network infrastructure can help operators generate new revenue streams and increase customer loyalty amid challenges from digital retailers and outsourcing companies, panelists say.
Compelling and affordable services and near-ubiquitous network coverage more important than price to entice consumers in emerging markets to switch to low-end 3G handsets, observers say.
Country's finally awards long term evolution licenses to nine local telcos, but analyst questions if market big enough to support so many players, while one licensee questions validity of other licensees.
Clearwire continues to look for cash in the hopes to upgrade to a 4G LTE network alongside its existing WiMax service.
The next iPhone may introduce a lot of features to the line, but 4G or WiMAX support won't be one of them.
Telcos are saying 4G will help Australia keep up with growing demands for mobile bandwidth. But like cloud, 4G has become a nebulous term, leaving users unsure as to what it actually is. We delve into the mysteries of 4G and investigate how it will help mobile phones keep up with customers' hunger for data.
Intra-region long-term evolution roaming not as problematic as international roaming due to less spectrum fragmentation, says analyst.
You may have forgotten about her long ago, but Helen Coonan made a surprise appearance to announce the end of her time in Parliament. The NBN, unsurprisingly, got a spray, and the ghosts of OPEL were dredged up yet again. But have the Liberals evolved away from Coonan's wireless obsession? Or are we doomed to repeat the past as technological ignorance continues to pollute the NBN debate?
Despite falling prices, many consumers in emerging markets such as India and Philippines still cannot afford fixed and wireless broadband access, new report states.
The UK facility will account for one tenth of NSN's global job cuts, which the networking equipment company blames on delays in closing its takeover of Motorola's networking business