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A year in review

The WiMAX hype hit an all-time high in 2007, and now we sit on the edge of our seats waiting for it all to come to fruition next year. Sprint, the technology's primary evangelist in the operator

WiMAX builds momentum, hits PR snag

WiMAX was all the rage in 2007, that is until Sprint Nextel fell on hard times and ended its buildout partnership with Clearwire. Sprint has been the chief evangelist of of mobile WiMAX, setting the

Open access comes to the forefront

Google started the movement and Verizon Wireless, once a staunch opponent of the concept, is now embracing it. Open access means operators open up their networks to enable any device and application

Forsee to lead U. of Missouri; Hesse paid $1.2M

According to a report from the Kansas City Star,

'4G' standards jockey for position

The International Telecommunication Union hasn't officially sanctioned 4G standards yet but chances are they will be based on OFDMA technology and they'll be Long Term Evolution (LTE), the migration

ALSO NOTED: Top headlines from 2007

Top headlines from 2007 > Cisco buys Navini for $330M >

Dan Hesse's email to Embarq employees

Dear Embarq colleagues, It is with very mixed emotions that I have decided to accept the position of Sprint Nextel CEO. This was a very difficult decision for me to make. Both situations are great

Sprint makes the right decision... about fees

Sprint makes the right decision… about fees While Sprint Nextel's big announcement this week was the appointment of Embarq CEO Dan Hesse as the carrier's new chief executive, Sprint quietly made

Palm: tight component supply for Centro

Palm warned financial analysts that a "tight component supply" could bog down shipments of its smartphones in the third quarter. The handset maker said that its Centro line of phones will be the

C&L: Sprint picks Hesse

Sprint Nextel names Embarq's chief Dan Hesse CEO. Embarq names Tom