A new report from Pyramid Research, "WiMAX Business Models: Will New Networks Ever Become Profitable?," identifies at least seven revenue streams for Sprint that can result from an open access
Sprint's about-face on Pivot Pivot--the much-hailed $200 million joint venture between Sprint and cable companies Comcast, Time Warner, Cable, Cox Communications and Brighthouse Networks-appears to
Sprint is once again mulling a spin-off of its WiMAX unit, Xohm, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal, that may include a merger with Clearwire. According to the report, at an upcoming
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, on Monday Google will reveal its rumored alliance with various handset makers and at least on carrier in the U.S. for an "open" mobile OS. According
You know the ultra mobile broadband (UMB), the proposed 4G path for CDMA EV-DO technology, is in question when one of CDMA's biggest backers has its doubts about the prospects for the technology.
Sprint Nextel reported third quarter net income of $64 million, a 77 percent drop from last year's respective quarter. Earnings fell to 23 cents a share from 32 cents a share this time last year and
Sky Dayton's Boingo Wireless has acquired seven airport WiFi networks from Sprint Nextel for an undisclosed sum. As part of the deal Sprint WiFi users will retain access to the hotspots while gaining
> Boingo Wireless bought seven airport WiFi networks from Sprint.
According to the most recent WSJ report about Google's plan to launch a branded handset in the U.S., the Internet search company is in talks with both Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel for devices
Â One of the few highlights of last week's otherwise moribund CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment 2007 conference was the State of Mobile Content Mini-Conference, a panel discussion bringing