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Everything Everywhere has indicated that it's hoping to start rolling out a 4G LTE high-speed network before the end of the year.
Tests of the first commercial Long Term Evolution mobile network have proved underwhelming.
Nokia is making its first 4G Long Term Evolution device - the RD-3 modem - available to carriers, promising 100Mb/s peak and 12Mb/s sustained throughput.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has offered up a taster of its first entry into the netbook market - a rather snazzy 10" model featuring 3G connectivity and a HDMI output.
A job posting from Apple points towards a refresh of the Mac lineup to include internal 3G modems to supplement the existing AirPort wireless networking.
Archos is planning to update its Internet Media Tablet range with a new ultra-slim device running Google's open-source Android OS.
Trials carried out by mobile service provider Vodafone of HSPA+ packet data service show a peak data transfer rate of 16Mb/s, offering true broadband speeds on the go.
China Mobile is hoping to convince Apple to create a custom iPhone with 3G and WiFi radios removed, to prevent customers unlocking the handsets for use on rival networks.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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