HTC Shifts to fast gears with its MAX 4G

HTC has announced the world’s first ever 4G mobile device. HTC has successfully incorporated the features of WiMAX in to the MAX 4G, a device which is said to be a Touch HD look alike. This makes Windows Mobile 6.1 the first mobile OS to be running on the 4G.  What does that mean for... ...

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Android and 4G

T-Mobile's new 3G network will show off some of Android's most compelling applications and capabilities. Wait until we see 4G from Sprint and others can do for the platform!

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Considering the G1 During an Economic Downturn

Times are tough for pretty much everyone. The G1 can not only save you money up front, but it could help long term as well.

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Google Patents a Game Changer – Telcos Aren’t Going to Like This One

Imagine having carriers submitting bids directly to your handset for the lowest cost data and cellular service.

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ZDNet Thinks it’s Time for “Google Clearwire” as Service Provider

The concept sounds simple enough – Google buys out the majority of Sprint and rebrands as a new wireless carrier. Dana Blankenhorn of ZDNet.com thinks that the time is now for Google to act on a purchase of Sprint Nextel. In case you spend a majority of your time living under rocks, ...

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AT&T Crying Foul Over Xohm and Clearwire Merger

AT&T aren’t taking the Sprint Xohm Clearwire merger as just added competition. Naturally, they see it as a competitive threat to their current 3G and future 4G business. That explains why they are now pleading like little girls to the FCC to block the merger. On Thursday, it filed a ...

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Slowing Android Down

The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that Google’s Android devices will surely be delayed to the fourth quarter of this year. They also said that the companies working on Android are struggling to meet their own deadlines. Last November, Google and their 30+ partners announced that the ...

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It’s All Falling Into Place

It’s no secret that Google wants to deploy Android on the world in order to provide advertising to as many people as possible. As they up their marketing game and move to the focused, location-based advertising, Google knows more people are going mobile than ever before. These next few ...

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