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Adaptix sues Sprint, Clearwire for patent infringement

Dallas-based Adaptix has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas claiming that Clearwire Corp. and Sprint Nextel infringed upon several of the company's patents

Sprint launches dual-mode WiMAX/EVDO laptop card

Looking to solve the WiMAX island conundrum, Sprint Nextel is making good on its promise to launch CDMA/WiMAX devices. It's first device, a dual-mode laptop card developed by Franklin Wireless, will

Sprint opens up location services platform

Sprint announced partnerships with location solutions providers WaveMarket and uLocate Communicates in an effort to assist developers creating new location-based services for the operator's

Sprint launches 3G/4G dual-mode modem

Sprint Nextel launched a 3G/4G dual-mode modem that will be able to seamlessly switch between mobile WiMAX service and Sprint's 3G CDMA wireless service. The device, which will be available in retail

Sprint launches push-to-talk BlackBerry with WiFi

Sprint Nextel launched a new push-to-talk BlackBerry today, the long-awaited Curve 8350i from Research In Motion. The phone, which uses the iDEN network and has WiFi connectivity, was rumored to be

On the Hot Seat with Cox's Stephen Bye

'Contrarian' Cox readies mobile wireless business launch Citing the adage that "contrarian investors buy straw hats in winter," Cox Communications Wireless Vice President Stephen Bye defended the

Cox talks about mobile wireless play

Citing the adage that "contrarian investors buy straw hats in winter," Cox Communications Wireless Vice President Stephen Bye defended the cable operator's decision to plow full steam ahead with its

Sprint faces more legal, financial woes

Sprint Nextel faces a rash of new legal and financial troubles. A second federal judge has agreed to grant class-action status to a lawsuit filed by former employees who say the carrier's faulty

Sprint to pay $17.5M ETF settlement

Sprint Nextel has received preliminary court approval to pay a $17.5 million settlement for litigation surrounding its early termination fees. U.S. District Judge Jose Linares in New Jersey Federal

Sprint may close call centers to cut costs

Sprint Nextel, as it looks to cut costs, said calls to its call centers could decline 20 percent next year and the company might halve the number of call centers it has, according to Sprint's Chief