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by Derek Kessler
Aug 06, 2010
Sprint’s quasi-subsidiary former-underling Clearwire is moving against the WiMax or the highway attitude with the recent announcement that they intend to start LTE trials this year. Clearwire,...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 04, 2010
With webOS available on three of the four major US carriers, there’s no time like the present to kick some dust around and see who comes out on top. According to PCMag.com’s exhaustive cross-...
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by Adam Carr
May 12, 2010
Clearwire (mostly owned by Sprint) had their first quarter earnings call and promised to launch two WiMAX smartphones by the end of the year. The first will come from Samsung, described as an "...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 14, 2010
Palm announced today that hedge fund Harbinger Capital has purchased a 9.48% “passive stake” in the company. The purchase of 16 million shares, completed on April 12, equates to an investment of...
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by Robert Werlinger
Mar 26, 2010
Here's some of the latest talk in the forums: 4G, 4G, Four Gee. With the announcement of the HTC EVO 4G on Sprint, many in the forum are convinced that Palm should release a phone with a 4G...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 19, 2010
According to Forbes, Sprint’s first WiMax handset - the first 4G handset from any US carrier - is expected to be available in the first half of 2010. While most logically expect that the phone...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 19, 2010
Welcome to Round Table, which is in fact not a table at all. Round Table is a continuing series on PreCentral where we pose a question to the staff and they provide their thoughts and insights....
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 17, 2009
  As the rest of the world, Verizon included, dedicates itself to LTE, an eye has turned to lone WiMax supporters Sprint and quasi-subsidiary Clearwire (Sprint owns 51% of the company)....
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 09, 2009
The story here is very 'inside baseball' but bear with us just a little bit as we try to work through Sprint's most recent announcement.  The essence is that Sprint is handing over all network...