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Report: Sprint mulls job cuts

Following the recent appointment of Dan Hesse as CEO, Sprint Nextel is considering laying off a few thousand of its 60,000 total employees, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. The

Clearwire taps Google for Apps

In a deal that echoes a move by one-time WiMAX partner Sprint, Clearwire has tapped Google to provide the company's Apps suite to its subscribers. The suite includes Gmail, Google Calendar and Google

Sprint Nextel to launch "Come Back" campaign

  Sprint Nextel to launch "Come Back" campaign Last month, Paul Saleh, then acting CEO and CFO of Sprint Nextel, told investors

Clearwire shuffles jobs, redeploys workers

Although a report from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer says that Clearwire cut an undisclosed number of jobs during the past two weeks, Clearwire says that those cuts weren't layoffs but instead a

Rumor: Apple may include WiMAX in notebooks

Rumors are flying that Apple may unveil notebook computers featuring WiMAX during the Macworld event this week. The technology, which has been soft-launched by Sprint in Chicago, Baltimore and

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> IT-Wireless editor Curtis Franklin writes on Xohm: A Sprint official recently said that people looking for a cellular-like "unlimited data" option were going to be disappointed. He also

T-Mobile USA's 3G: Better late than never?

Yesterday T-Mobile USA's CEO Robert Dotson reminded us that the carrier does not have a nationwide 3G network yet and that the carrier will spend an estimated $10.3 billion between 2007 and 2009

Rumor Mill: Sprint to carry Samsung haptics phone

Samsung is launching a touchscreen handset called the F490 in Europe that features a 3.2" touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera, tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900), UMTS 2100, HSDPA 3.6, 130Mb of storage,

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> Orange U.K. CEO hires three former colleagues from Virgin Mobile U.K. Article

WiMAX's future still rests heavily in Sprint's hands

Has the WiMAX ecosystem really progressed to a point where the fate of the technology is no longer heavily influenced by Sprint? During the