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Sprint’s New Tri-Fi Hotspot Finds a Signal Any Which Way It Can

Sprint is launching a new type of mobile hotspot -- the Sierra Wireless 4G LTE Tri-Fi Hotspot, the first device that will convert LTE, WiMAX and 3G networks into a WiFi signal. Via the portable device, users can access three networks -- Sprint's CDMA 3G network, its WiMax 4G network and its upcoming...

Mobile Health Apps, Part 2: Making Life Safer and Sweeter

For years, industry leaders have predicted the Year of Mobile -- but that was back when those in the know thought of mobile in terms of a trend. Trends have peaks. Those crests are marked by a "Year Of" label that largely heralds a forthcoming decline. Mobile will have no peak, despite its growing...

Sprint Nextel Readies 3G Upgrade

Sprint Nextel on Thursday announced aggressive plans for the expansion of its 3G network, which now covers over half of the U.S. population with mobile broadband data services. By the end of 2006, the high-speed wireless network is expected to reach an estimated 190 million people nationwide and in...

Orange Announces New Microsoft-Based SPV E200 Smartphone

Orange has announced a new version of its SPV smartphone, called the SPV E200, which will become available next month. The new phone features Bluetooth support and an integrated digital camera. According to the company, it will be the first handset to ship with the Smartphone 2003 version of Microso...

UPDATE: Sierra Wireless Partners with Microsoft on Voq Smartphone

Sierra Wireless has announced a new line of phones that will use Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system. The first of the Voq line of phones, which will include a flip-open computer-style thumbpad for text entry, is expected to become available in 2004, providing "compelling voice and data func...

Sierra Wireless Announces Microsoft Smartphone for 2004

Sierra Wireless has announced a new line of phones that will use Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system. The first of the Voq line of phones, which will include a flip-open computer-style thumbpad for text entry, is expected to become available in 2004, providing "compelling voice and data func...

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