by Chemmyone on Jun.04, 2010, under 17, 2, 2010, 3, 303, 3D, 3g, 5, 7, 7d, Ac, Ad, Add, Ads, age, and, ANT, Ants, AR, ash, Ati, Ban, Band, Bp, Broadband, cat, clear, clearwire, color, communication, communications, dash, data, data plan, data plans, de, Display, Ds, E, Ea, EC, Et, Feeds, ff, Ge, Gizmo, gizmodo, good, Hd, Home Automation, Id, Ie, Im, images, Imax, In, Io, Ion, ions, ipa, ipad, Ir, Isp, La, Labels, Les, live, mid, Mit, Mod, Of, om, One, order, Os, Ovi, Pad, Padd, PI, Pixel, plan, Plans, Play, Pr, pricing, Pro, Q, quant, Rc, Red, ROAD, RSS, Rv, serve, Style, Tag, tech, ted, TI, tie, Tiered pricing, TV, Unlimited, Unlimited data plans, Us, V, Vide, Video, what, WiMax, wireless, X1, XP
AT&T may be killing unlimited data plans , but wireless broadband provider Clearwire is going to keep giving us what we want. Here’s an explanation of their thoughts on unlimited data and tiered pricing —complete with a jab at AT&T. More
by Chemmyone on May.05, 2010, under 2, 3, 3D, 4X4, 5, 7, 7d, Ad, Add, Ads, and, AR, clear, clearwire, de, Display, Ds, E, E3, Ea, Gizmo, gizmodo, Hd, Home Automation, Id, Im, Imax, In, Ir, Isp, itc, Lde, lte, Mod, om, One, order, PI, Play, Pr, Pro, Q, Rc, Real, Stand, Style, TI, WiMax
WiMAX hasn’t even been deployed properly and Clearwire could ditch it for LTE standard. More
by Chemmyone on Apr.12, 2010, under 2, 4G, 5, 7, 7d, Ad, Ads, Ai, and, app, AR, Arm, Arms, Ati, Av, Ces, clear, clearwire, Ctia, data networks, de, Display, Ds, Dust, E, e1, Ea, Ge, Gizmo, Hd, Home Automation, Im, Imax, Ink, intel, Ion, Isp, lte, Mod, Moto, Motorola, Ms, N1, Nec, Net, network, next, NK, One, Opera, order, Os, PI, Ping, Play, Pr, Print, Pro, Push, Q, Rc, release, rom, Samsung, ship, Sprint, Stand, star, Stars, Style, Sun, Support, Tag, TI, Up, Us, War, Wci, WiMax, wimax 2, X2
The next release of WiMax is coming, and some industry heavy hitters have lined up to support the backwards-compatible 802.16m standard. The group, calling themselves the WiMAX 2 Collaboration Initiative (WCI), is pushing interoperability in the new protocol, basically hoping to scoot things along a little faster to aid in the 4G arms race against LTE. Noticeably absent from the group
by Chemmyone on Mar.24, 2010, under 2D, 4G, 7, 7d, Ad, Ads, age, and, ANT, AR, At&t, Blockquote, Broadband, clear, clearwire, Ctia, ctia 2010, dan hesse, de, Ds, E, Ea, Ge, Gizmo, Hd, Home Automation, Imax, Ink, k-7, Lock, lte, mobile, Mod, Net, network, NK, One, Os, Pr, Rc, Sink, Sprint, Stand, Style, Tag, TI, Verizon, WiMax, X1
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse , speaking at CTIA this morning, made clear which 4G standard he thinks will be dominant in the future. search engine marketing firm . acupuncture . And it’s not the one his company uses. dice games . More
by Chemmyone on Mar.23, 2010, under 3D, 4G, 4G phone, 7, 7d, Ad, Ads, age, and, Android, AR, Cia, clear, clearwire, de, down, droid, Ds, E, Ea, Evo, F1, first, flash, Ge, Gizmo, Hard, Hardware, Hd, HD2, Home Automation, Htc, Htc evo, Imax, Legend, Men, Mod, Ms, Nes, One, Os, Ouch, Pee, phone, Pr, pre, Rc, Rf, sense, Sprint, Style, Tag, ted, TI, Top, Touch, touch hd, Touch hd2, War, WiMax, wimax phone, X1
It’s official: Sprint’s first WiMax/ 4G phone is everything we hoped it would be. The HTC Evo combines the “perfect specimen” hardware of the Touch HD2, the Sense-on-Android smoothness of the Legend, and unprecedented download speeds. It’s a beast.
by Chemmyone on Feb.19, 2010, under 3g, 4G, 4G wimax, Ads, Android, Art, Ati, Bes, Brin, Cellphones, clear, clearwire, confirmed, Display, droid, Ds, Hd, Home Automation, Htc, HTC Supersonic, Isp, Mobile Phones, networks, Os, Pee, phone, Phones, photos, Pr, pre, ps, question, Rc, Rf, Smartphones, Sonic, Speculation, Sprint, Style, summer, Technology, ted, Test, TI, time, Top, Tron, Ui, Up, Via, WiMax
A leaked roadmap had previously indicated that Sprint would be launching a 4G WiMax handset sometime in 2010, but now the company has confirmed that we’ll be seeing the technology within the next few months. But is the network ready? Well, sort of. Sprint’s been working with Clearwire on building up a 4G WiMax network since 2007 , and while it’s taken longer than they thought they do have it up and running in 27 markets that serve 30 million people
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Sprint Confirms First WiMax Handset Will Arrive By Summer [Sprint]
by Chemmyone on Feb.17, 2010, under Adesso, Adobe, Ads, Android, app, Art, Ati, Bes, blanket, Blockquote, book, Camera, Cameras, Carbon, Cars, clear, clearwire, Concept, Concepts, cybersquatting, dash, design, Display, droid, Ds, Ebook, engadget, Face, facebook, farmville, Feature, Flip, Gadget, Games, Gizmodo remainders, Glow, Google, Hd, HDTV, HDTVs, Home Automation, Intern, internet, Isp, ISS, itc, Labs, Law, Led, Legal, legality, Lg, Liquid, Make, Meta, mid, mobile, Ms, Nec, News, Nvidia, Nyt, Os, oss, Ouch, Pacific, Pack, PC, Plasma, player, Ports, Pr, pre, Pro, ps, Ram, Rc, Real, Red, Remainders, Resolution, Rf, sharp, Sim, ski, snap, Sound, Style, Support, surf, Tablet, Taiwan, ted, Tegra, tegra tablet, television, TI, time, tub, TV, TVs, Typos, Typosquatting, Ui, Up, upc, usb, Video, wait, Watch, web, WiMax, wireless, Wireless Keyboard, Wkb-4200ub, Yanko, YouTube
In today’s bursting-at-the-seams Remainders: laziness. We’ve got a new Adesso keyboard for the couch-potato web surfer; a Taiwanese truck driver sleeping behind the wheel; a lazily conceived concept car; a demo that takes Farmville procrastination anywhere; and more! WiMaxed Out Every month or so we hear about a new fistful of medium-sized American cities that have been blanketed in the warmth of Clearwire’s snappy WiMax network. Although things are growing slowly but surely here, WiMax is apparently rolling out at a much more frenzied pace pretty much everywhere else. Here are some illustrative numbers, from our friend the Boy Genius: * Asia Pacific: 237 million people covered by 100 network deployments * Europe: 115 million people covered by 153 network deployments * Central/Latin America: 113 million people covered 109 network deployments * Africa/Middle East: 108 million people covered by 142 network deployments * North America: 47 million people covered by 51 network deployments But wait, these numbers don’t see 100% trustworthy.