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WiMAX 2 demoed in Japan, 330 Mbps

October 4th, 2010

WiMAX Uno hasn’t been fully deployed in the U.S., and wouldn’t you know it, WiMAX Dos is on the way. Samsung and UQ Communications recently demoed WiMAX 2 — 802.16m — at the CEATEC exhibition in Japan. The two companies showcased dozens of HD and 3D videos simultaneously streaming to four large-format displays. The WiMAX …

WSJ: three Sprint executives resign from Clearwire board

September 30th, 2010

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that three sprint executives — Dan Hesse, Keith Cowan, and Steven Elfman — have resigned from WiMAX network-operator Clearwire’s board. Sprint informed the WSJ that they would appoint “independent successor directors” within the next few months; Sprint has named its general counsel, Charles Wunsch, as an observer in the …

Sprint makes Epic 4G update official

September 30th, 2010

Sprint has officially announced a maintenance-release software update for the Samsung Epic 4G; an update that was pseudo announced yesterday via a forum administrator. The details on the update are as follows: 9/30 – Samsung Epic Maintenance Release Fixes: WiFi standby battery drain Amazon MP3 cannot download in 4G Large emails lag in upload speeds Increased …

Minneapolis-St.Paul, Pittsburgh get Sprint 4G

September 30th, 2010

Today, Sprint announced that Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have been added to the company’s 4G city-portfolio. “Since 2008, Sprint has provided customers 4G service and we’re proud to extend our leadership to two more cities today,” said Sprint’s 4G president, Matt Carter. Sprint now has its 4G, WiMAX service deployed in 55 U.S. cities. If …

Sprint to release Epic 4G software update tomorrow to address data speed issues

September 29th, 2010

According to an administrator on Sprint’s official forums, the company will be releasing a software update for the Epic 4G to address issues with data speeds being capped. The thread, titled “3G Upload Capped,”  has well over 500 replies. The administrator’s response is as follows: Good news – an update will be released tomorrow 9/30.  It …

Gateway launches WiMAX enabled notebook, NV59C66u

September 29th, 2010

Today, Gateway announced an update to its NV series of notebooks, the NV59C66u. As the press release explains, “Customers can pair the Gateway NV59C66u with integrated WiMAX hardware, and then choose a WiMAX service provider to connect to networks in a growing number of cities and metropolitan areas around the United States for a fast and …

Clear home router with 4G and Wi-Fi passes through FCC

September 28th, 2010

The people behind the nation’s first WiMax, 4G network, Clear, have sent a new home-router to the FCC for approval. The device, which — judging by the user manual — will be called the “Clear Modem with Wi-Fi,” will corral that sweet, sweet 4G signal (if available) and make it available to all your home devices …

HTC EVO 4G getting update to address Gmail and calendar issues

September 22nd, 2010

A quick note on Sprint’s support site indicates that the HTC EVO 4G will be getting a small software update sometime in the near future. The update lists “calendar event edit issues” and “multiple Gmail account sync” as the two problems it is designed to address. The version number is also listed at 3.29.651.5. You …

PCMag: Clearwire 4G launch in NYC and LA imminent

September 13th, 2010

PCMag is reporting that wireless broadband company Clearwire is beginning to make 4G resources available to customers in New York City and Los Angeles. The report reads, “The company is giving selected “early adopters” dual-mode 3G/4G modems, but warning that 4G isn’t fully built out in either city. Early adopters who want to try Clearwire’s …

Wirefly selling EVO 4G handsets via Facebook again

September 7th, 2010

Two weeks ago, we told you about Wirefly selling the ever-so-elusive HTC EVO 4G handset via Facebook. Well, the company has just sent us a quick email to inform us that they will be doing the same thing again tomorrow. Just like last time, the rules are: Sometime tomorrow, Wirefly will announce the launch of …