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Nokia stops production of N810 WiMAX tablet

Nokia stops production of N810 WiMAX tablet

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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!

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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... >>

WiMax gets huge investment over 4G

WiMax gets huge investment over 4G

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The battle over what will be the worldwide next generation wireless standard is hotting up. Yesterday we had the news that Sony Ericsson was among the companies to sign up to a new Nokia-led initiative pushing 4G technologies. However, today, Intel has... >>

Nokia versus Intel on wireless

Nokia versus Intel on wireless

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Nokia is forging ahead with its plans for a 4G wireless system. It has now signed up Sony Ericsson, NEC and Alacatel-Lucent, and the companies have formed a licensing framework for their 4G patents called Long Term Evolution (LTE). LTE is claimed to be... >>

Ofcom confirms UK's single largest radio spectrum auction

Ofcom confirms UK's single largest radio spectrum auction

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Ofcom has today confirmed the largest spectrum auction that this country has ever seen. Ofcom will release the spectrum in the 2010-2025MHz and 2500-2690MHz bands (known as 2.6GHz) on a technology and service neutral basis. But it is expected that the... >>

Intel unveils five Atom chips

Intel unveils five Atom chips

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It was exactly a month ago that Intel unveiled its new Atom chip line. But journos have had a first glance at five new Atom chips at the Intel Developer Forum conference in Shanghai. The chips are designed for portable gadgets that can access the Internet,... >>