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Can WiMAX devices come together in time for Sprint's commercial launch?

I'm wondering if the WiMAX device market will come together by the time Sprint launches commercial WiMAX in Baltimore in September, followed by other commercial deployments in Chicago and

Sprint's Xohm taps Mformation for remote device management

Sprint's WiMAX division announced a deal with device management software company Mformation Technologies to deliver device management capabilities for new Xohm-branded WiMAX-enabled mobile devices.

Don't ignore the LG Chocolate 3 and Palm Treo

It takes a certain boldness to launch a wireless device on the same weekend that the iPhone 3G is making its debut. But that's exactly what Palm has done with its Treo and LG with its Chocolate 3.

Senate gives retroactive immunity to carriers on wiretapping

The U.S. Senate passed legislation yesterday that overhauls the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 and gives retroactive immunity to carriers that carried out wiretaps for the government,

Best Buy says Instinct breaking sales records

While the iPhone 3G takes up the bulk of news on the web today, Best Buy is revealing that Samsung's Instinct is a best-seller for the electronics retailer. A spokesman told Wireless Week that the

Maravedis: Clearwire world's largest wireless broadband operator

According to Maravedis, Clearwire is the world's largest broadband wireless access (BWA) provider in the world. The firm recently counted all of the global WiMAX and proprietary BWA subscribers and

Airvana upgrades EV-DO software

Airvana announced an upgrade to the company's radio network control technology to give CDMA 1xEV-DO operators more capacity and higher data speeds. Some 70 operators worldwide use Airvana's

Sprint goes with DragonWave for Xohm backhaul

It's no secret that backhaul capacity is a big issue for the deployment of 4G networks. Without the right amount of backhaul, the speeds offered by 4G are negated. Earlier this year, Sprint Nextel

Comcast spreading its WiMAX wings

It was reported last week that the venture capital unit of cable TV provider Comcast, along with other firms, had been part of a $12.6 million seed investment in WiMAX-related start-up Cartiza

Comcast invests in mobile broadband firm

Comcast is making more inroads in mobile broadband. The cable firm made a seed-round investment in Littleton, Mass.-based startup Cartiza Networks, which is developing an IP-based content management