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As 3G laptops become must-haves for enterprise, how will operators respond?

Gartner is predicting that laptops embedded with 3G are likely to become a must-have for the business world beginning next year because new technologies--namely those that incorporate various

Comcast CEO offers insight on Clearwire investment

Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts shed a little more light on the company's reasons behind investing more than a billion in the new Clearwire. Comcast, TimeWarner, Sprint, Google and Intel

Intel: July launch for next-gen WiFi/ WiMAX platform

Intel announced it will introduce its next-generation Centrino 2 mobile platform, code-named Montevina, July 14. The platform is expected to offer faster performance and longer battery life, and

Seybold: The New Clearwire- Will it succeed?

There has been a lot of positive press about the "new" Clearwire, a company that was put together from the original Clearwire, Sprint's Xohm, Google, Comcast, Intel and a few other players. This new

QUICKLINKS: Sprint to debut Samsung Instinct June 20; Dior follows in Prada's footsteps with fashion phone;

Sprint to debut Samsung Instinct June 20.

Sprint's iPhone killer to debut June 20

The rumors are true. Sprint confirmed that it will debut the Samsung Instinct on June 20. The phone, which has been pegged as the carrier's answer to the iPhone, is expected to cost between $200

Samsung Instinct

FCC may cap early termination fees

According to the Associated Press, the FCC is quietly negotiating with wireless carriers to reduce termination fees that carriers charge customers when they cancel their contracts. Many carriers

Latest customer satisfaction survey ranks Sprint at all-time low

Amid Sprint's heavy subscriber loss of 1.09 million in the first quarter, the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index

Sprint loses patent lawsuit over location-based technology

Sprint Nextel can't seem to get any breaks lately. The company lost a patent lawsuit filed by Enovsys LLC over location-based technology. A Los Angeles jury awarded the company damages in the