Sprint is encouraging its wireless network subsidiary Clearwire and T-Mobile to team up on 4G, in a move that would infuse the cash-strapped Clearwire with equity and widen T-Mobile’s 4G footprint.
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NewsFactor – Four G or not 4G, that is the question. Apple hasn’t even set an official date for the release of its latest iPhone version, but photos of a prototype reportedly found in a bar in California have touched off a typical round of free publicity for the world’s fastest-growing smartphone.
Ben Patterson – The ambitiously named Incredible doesn’t quite scale the heights of HTC’s recently announced Evo 4G (or at least on paper it doesn’t), but hey — it still looks impressive in its own right. (Maybe “HTC Impressive” would have been a better name?)
PC World – Sprint’s new HTC EVO 4G smartphone is being hailed as the new ruler of the Android empire. But has the crown really been passed?
NewsFactor – Android, 4G and large screens were among the highlights of the International Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) Wireless 2010 trade show in Las Vegas. All three were featured in two of the most-discussed new products at the show, the HTC EVO 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S.
PC World – CTIA 2010, Las Vegas–The buzz over new, super-fast 4G networks is louder than ever here at the CTIA 2010 show. Everybody from handset makers to network infrastructure makers to app developers to network testing companies is talking about what they are doing to prepare for or participate in the movement of the [...]
NewsFactor – If you’re just settling into the idea of 3G speeds on your mobile device, don’t get too comfy. Sprint Nextel hopes to bolster its market position with the release this summer of “the world’s first 3G/4G” handset, the HTC EVO 4G.
Reuters – Sprint Nextel Corp on Tuesday unveiled the HTC EVO 4G from HTC Corp, the No. 3 U.S. operator’s first cellphone that will support its WiMax high-speed wireless service.
PC Magazine – Anyone who read our WiMAX vs. HSPA+ feature last month knows Iive been frustrated with the coverage and speeds on Sprint’s WiMAX network. But in a drive around Las Vegas at the CTIA, Sprint vice president of network development Iyad Tarazi made his case for 4G.
PC World – Verizon Wireless expects to have its first 4G smartphone out by the middle of next year, but the subtext is you may end up paying more for your wireless data.