Sprint and Clearwire were first out of the gates with 4G products that use WiMax technology. But Verizon Wireless has big plans for Long Term Evolution, which promises to deliver faster mobile broadband. Wireless carriers are either deploying LTE or planning pilots in the months ahead. If 4G lives up to the hype, it may allow broadband customers to cut the cords for 4G.
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Business and consumer tariffs set to debut next month, along with packages aimed at tablets and laptop users.
Sunrise has joined rival operators Orange and Swisscom in rolling out an LTE network across the country.
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.
2Degrees has received NZ$165 million in credit that will, in part, fund the building of an LTE network with Huawei in New Zealand in 2014.
The ongoing dispute between emergency services, state government, and the Australian government over the best spectrum band for emergency service networks has spilled over into a new parliamentary inquiry.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses PRISM, the Queensland government's abysmal IT audit, and Vodafone's 4G launch.
Vodafone Australia's 4G is the quiet achiever.
Point goes to Dish over Sprint on this round, but is it game over yet?
Vodafone has finally launched 4G services in Australia, activating the service for customers this morning in parts of Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Newcastle, and Wollongong.
The Obama administration unveils an ambitious plan to connect 99 percent of American students to high-speed broadband and wireless Internet within five years.
Europe may have been the first to launch LTE, but the continent isbecoming a laggard, hampered by the failure so far to create a truly single telecoms market.
EE has announced that its LTE users numbers are growing, and further expansion and 4G plans are on the way.
South African telco MTN has launched LTE in Uganda. Will fourth-generation services really shake-up the mobile market there?
The semiconductor company is aiming to solve network bottlenecks caused by more and more 4G LTE deployments.
The European telco is bolstering its 4G LTE infrastructure in the U.K. with double its original investment in order to keep up with its main rival.