WiFi internet access is now commonplace in most service venues, but 4G net access using WiMax will soon be commonplace in most cities.
As Sprint and Clearwire are introducing LTE services, the question is raised as to how realistic and realizable it will be to combine 4G LTE services with WiMAX.
Sprint and LightSquared confirmed a new network deal with will establish a hybrid LTE-WiMAX network.
Clearwire, Time Warner Cable and Sprint announced a significant expansion of their 4G WiMAX network in the New York City Area.
The GSMA, comprised of 800+ mobile operators, called for Taiwan to quit developing WiMAX technology and focus on the development of LTE instead.
It has been revealed that the latest WiMAX-equipped Android Smartphone from Motorola, The Photon 4G, seems on schedule for a late summer release.
Mark Zuckerberg announced new group chat and video chat features! But when can we expect to enjoy those features on our mobile version of Facebook?
The IEEE approved WiMAX 2 as a true 4G network standard. It will be the first commercially available true 4G service, expected by the end of 2011.
A quick peek at the Conquer 4G from Sprint. What are the rumored specs and when will it be released?
The 4G carrier Sprint announced the launching of its “4G Enterprise WAN for Business” which offers small businesses a high-speed 4G wireless solution