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Will Cox finally get wireless right?

Perhaps the third time will be a charm for Cox Communications. Earlier this week the cable company revealed some more details of its pending wireless deployment. The firm said it is going to build

AT&T, Verizon move ahead with femtocells

AT&T and Verizon this week announced plans to move ahead with femtocells. AT&T has indicated it will begin trialing femtocells later this year and into 2009. Verizon Wireless said it may

Intel makes more investments in WiMAX

In a move to ensure the widespread adoption of mobile WiMAX, Intel announced an agreement with the Taiwan Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to jointly establish a development center for Moblin, a

Verizon may launch femtocells in 2009

Verizon Wireless said it may introduce its first femtocell product next year, following rival Sprint Nextel's move into the home base station arena. "We are looking at femtocell technology and will

Cox ready to be first cable operator in mobile wireless

Cox Communications, which has been buying up wireless spectrum, including 700 MHz, and following a cagey, information-limited approach to what it's going to do with that spectrum, will apparently

Hesse: WiMAX will reach 140M potential customers by 2010

Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse said he anticipates the company's WiMAX network, which is expected to be combined with Clearwire shortly, to reach 140 million potential customers by 2010. Hesse, speaking

Sprint CEO says wireless industry resilient to economic downturn

Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse said he expected there to be 140 million potential U.S. WiMAX users by 2010, and said the wireless industry would weather the current economic storm at a luncheon Friday

Sprint launches HTC Touch Pro

Sprint Nextel launched its top-of-the-line handset for the holiday shopping season Friday, the HTC Touch Pro, a slightly souped-up version of the HTC Touch Diamond that is geared to the enterprise

Sprint Nextel makes two changes to its board

Sprint Nextel announced two changes to its board of directors Friday, naming Sven-Christer Nilsson to the board and announcing the resignation of Ralph Whitworth from the board. Nilsson was the CEO

Sprint to cut early termination fees

Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse said the operator was going to be trimming early termination fees for its customers, joining the other three incumbent U.S. wireless carriers, which have already started