Nokia's N810 WiMAX tablet now available; T-Mobile to launch 3G in D.C.

> Nokia's N810 WiMAX tablet is now in stock and ready for shipping, according to Nokia's online storefront. The device is being offered with a $50 instant rebate, which brings the price down to $433 plus shipping. Article

> ­T-Mobile USA said it will launch 3G service in and around the Washington, D.C., area in late November. At that time, the number of locations with T-Mobile's 3G coverage will amount to more than 120 major cities across the top population centers nationwide. Article

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