Tim Cook, Apple’s new CEO, finally announced the new iPhone 4s today and caused great disappointment among Apple fans expecting the iPhone 5 supporting 4G.
Dish Network has expressed an interest to either partner with a wireless carrier like Sprint or Clearwire or buying them outright.
The USA is failing our schools. As a result, our students are behind in all aspects of learning. In a study including 35 developed nations, the US placed 14th in reading, 17th in science and 25th in math. I am writing this as NBC is broadcasting their 2011 Education Nation conference this week. Could 4G broadband be the answer to our current educational woes?
Japan plans to add a new smartphone, the Arrows Z ZISW11F. The phone has the Android operating system from Fujitsu Toshiba. This new smartphone is waterproof, can output at least 7200 videos, and contains two cameras. This is the perfect phone for any Android fan.
With their vast spectrum holdings, Clear will become the main player where 4G is concerned. Bandwidth consumption is exploding and the need for speed is the here and now. Could a new smart device and LTE make a difference?
Emerging countries such as Malaysia prove to be successful recipients of advanced high speed broadband networks like WiMAX, ensuring that companies like YTL Corp. are successful.
The internet is now abuzz with the rumor that there will be a WiMax iPad available to Sprint customers
Proxim recently announced the completion of a broadband wireless network linking all 11 campuses of the Autonomous University of Chiapas, in Mexico.
As more companies such as Eion Networks look to broaden their technological portfolios with the inclusion of LTE, the waning influence of WiMAX in North America becomes apparent.
AT&T has made the dubious claim that a merger would actually serve to increase competition in the global mobile market