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ALSO NOTED: iPhone plans under fire; Atheros takes on WiFi's power consumption; and much more...

> Atheros takes on power issues for mobile phones that utilize WiFi networks.

Sprint to unlock phones for departing subscribers

Sprint Nextel has agreed to give departing subscribers the means to unlock their phones for use on competitors' networks, as part of a proposed class-action settlement. The California suit accused

Sprint: Xohm will be a platform for innovation

Sprint Nextel's senior vice president, mobile broadband operations Atish Gude, believes that the company's forthcoming WiMAX network will be a big hit with content providers and enterprises. Gude,

Qualcomm introduces EV-DO/HSPA chip for laptops

Hello readers. I've spent weeks scouring over the Internet for the latest commercial WiMAX equipment deals across the globe. The result is what I believe a useful resource that will keep you up to

Sprint: "We're creating a platform for innovation"

Sprint Nextel's senior vice president, mobile broadband operations Atish Gude believes that the company's forthcoming WiMAX network will be a big hit with content providers and enterprises. Gude, who

Handsets a go-go

All four of the major U.S. carriers introduced new handsets last week: Sprint launched the HTC Touch, AT&T debuted the BlackBerry Curve with GPS, Verizon Wireless premiered Samsung's Juke and

ALSO NOTED: HP embeds Sprint; CTIA I.T. photos; and much more...

> See photos from the events at CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment. Slideshow > HP embeds Sprint data cards in

Sprint's interim CEO: We've lost focus

Sprint Nextel interim CEO Paul Saleh admitted that the company has lost focus but isn't about to scale back its WiMAX plans--at least as it relates to rolling out

AT&T's HSUPA launches with Sierra data card

AT&T is now offering the Sierra Wireless AirCard 881 for AT&T data subscribers looking to take advantage of its new HSUPA network: average upload speeds for the users will be between 500 Kbps

Will QChat Save Sprint?

Will QChat Save Sprint? It's common knowledge that Sprint has struggled to overcome many technical and operational challenges associated with its $35 billion merger with Nextel. Having two wireless networks using disparate technologies--Nextel with iDEN and Sprint with CDMA--has proven to be a big headache. While Sprint has always said it will phase out Nextel's iDEN network and migrate the firm's Direct Connect users to its CDMA network, the company is finally gearing up for that transition. At