Bring Back the Radio Wars

The enthusiasm in Silicon Valley over the growth of mobile broadband and mobile applications is palpable these days, but there’s one thing…

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Motorola LTE: It's Not Dead Yet!

[qi:gigaom_icon_lte] Just three days after an analyst questioned Motorola’s (s mot) ability to win any business selling Long Term Evolution equipment (something…

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WiMAX Not Really 4G: Ericsson CTO

Ericsson chief technology officer Hakan Eriksson tells me that the Swedish wireless gear maker is really big in the US, why WiMAX really isn't 4G, and a world where 4G wireless broadband is a norm, we will soon need a device that is a cross between an iPhone & a Netbook.…

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Nortel CEO Quits

Nortel Networks, the bankrupt telecom equipment maker that is in the process of dismembering itself and selling off its pieces, says President…

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AT&T Moves Up Its LTE Rollout, Admits To Network Issues

Nothing quite works like the threat of the possibility of losing a money-making asset. With rumors that Apple is flirting with Verizon over a future partnership, AT&T has abruptly changed its future wireless broadband plans to include a sudden acceleration of its LTE deployment.…

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LTE Is Too Cool for Pools

Updated: MPEG LA, a creator of patent pools, today announced a third attempt to create a patent pool around the fourth-generation Long…

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