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Samsung Conquer 4G mid-level WiMAX device announced

Samsung Conquer 4G mid-level WiMAX device announced

By 30 June 2011

4G is usually a tag reserved for high-end handsets, especially when it comes to Android, but Sprint and Samsung have just gone official with the Samsung Conquer 4G - a device with a spec sheet that suggests mid-level rather than top-table. The Conquer... >>

5 technologies that will make sense in 2015

5 technologies that will make sense in 2015

By 29 March 2010

New technology is a wonderful thing, but waiting to get it into your hands can be maddening. It's all very well when Nikon launches a compact camera or Sony a new version of the PSP, but take it beyond the realm of consumer hardware and that lag time... >>

MSI Wind U130 and U135 netbooks announced

MSI Wind U130 and U135 netbooks announced

By 21 December 2009

MSI has announced the release of its new MSI Wind U130 and U135 netbooks, describing them as "curvaceous". Due to offer Intel's new Pine Trail platform, the two netbooks are apparently the first to get WiMAX Forum certification. Running Windows 7 and... >>

VIDEO: Samsung launches WiMAX Mondi

VIDEO: Samsung launches WiMAX Mondi

By 1 April 2009

Samsung has announced the launch of the Samsung Mondi, describing it as the most advanced mobile WiMAX enabled handheld device in the US. The Windows Mobile 6.1-powered touchscreen MID will launch in the States on the Clear mobile WiMAX service from Clearwire... >>

Nokia stops production of N810 WiMAX tablet

Nokia stops production of N810 WiMAX tablet

By 9 January 2009

Nokia has revealed it has stopped production of its N810 WiMAX Edition internet tablet. The Finnish phone maker launched the device in April 2008 with the aim of offering it with Sprint's new XOHM network, a troubled launch that saw delays. "We have ramped... >>

HTC launches MAX 4G world's first GSM/WiMAX handset

HTC launches MAX 4G world's first GSM/WiMAX handset

By 13 November 2008

HTC has launched a new handset, the MAX 4G, in conjunction with Scartel in Russia. What's notable about this launch is that it is the world's first integrated GSM/WiMAX handset. Under the Yota brand the touchscreen device will offer "rich multimedia"... >>

Apricot Computers launches PicoBook Pro

Apricot Computers launches PicoBook Pro

By 15 October 2008

Apricot Computers has returned to the UK with an entry into the netbook market. Described as a "sub-laptop", Apricot's "PicoBook Pro" is an 8.9-inch netbook boasting optional WiMAX support that will be priced at £279. It runs either Linux or Windows... >>

Nokia tablets get firmware update

Nokia tablets get firmware update

By 26 June 2008

Nokia has released a firmware update for the N810 and N800 internet tablets. Highlights of the update, which is codenamed Diablo, include SSU (seamless software updating) enabling components of the OS to be updated without having to flash/rewrite the... >>

Amsterdam gets mobile WiMAX network

Amsterdam gets mobile WiMAX network

By 18 June 2008

A mobile WiMAX network has launched in Amsterdam, the first to do so in Europe, offering near-broadband speeds. Using a mobile version of the WiMAX standard that lets users surf the web at high speeds while on the move, it differs from earlier versions... >>

Last minute Apple iPhone 3G spy shot!

Last minute Apple iPhone 3G spy shot!

By 9 June 2008

The web is awash with faked 3G iPhone pics ahead of what's supposedly the launch of the second-gen device this evening, but this one just sent in to French site GMP3 looks interesting. It clearly shows support for WiMAX - not a feature particularly rumoured... >>


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