iPhone sans WiFi coming to China; Analyst: India and U.S. 'absolutely' critical to success of WiMAX

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> Reports of regulatory approval of a new model of the iPhone in China seem to confirm that Apple's hardware will appear on the China Unicom network but without WiFi. Article

> Chinese regulators are expected to allow a number of trial mobile WiMAX networks this month. Article

> In a new report, Infonetics Research highlights a number of countries that are expected to lead in the mobile WiMAX revolution. India and the U.S. are "absolutely" critical to the technology's success. Release

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