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Displaying items by tag: CDMA

In Australia, Telstra is shutting off its 3G network in June 2024, after already having switched off 2100MHz 3G services in 2019, while in the US, Verizon will switch off its 3G CDMA network at the end of 2022, generally so that 3G frequencies can be redeployed for 5G.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

China-based communications hardware provider Huawei is seeking a court order to prevent its intellectual property being transferred to Nokia Siemens Networks as part of Motorola's divestiture of its wireless network business.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 20 January 2011 12:36

No more exclusive iPhone carriers

The era of the iPhone being exclusive to one carrier in a market is officially over.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 14:52

VeriPhone zone: Verizon gets iPhone 4 at last

As predicted by all and sundry, Verizon has finally been granted access to the iPhone 4, but questions still remain.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 08:42

iPhone 4 on Verizon from February

As rumoured, Verizon announced overnight that it will start selling a CDMA version of Apple's iPhone 4.

Published in Mobility

The rather odd suggestion that the iPad 2 might lose its Wi-Fi only version has popped up on the Internet, but this seems to be the most unlikely rumour of them all.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 30 December 2010 15:19

What sort of USB port will the iPad 2 have?

With all the talk of a USB port finally being made available on the iPad 2, along with talk that a Verizon iPhone is due by Feb 14 2011, will the next gen iPads and iPhones come with different types of USB ports?

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 00:30

OMG: 3 flavours of iPad 2 on the way?!

If the latest report from Digitimes is to be believed, the iPad's current set of two connectivity flavours will expand with the iPad 2 into three, with the most expensive model to offer them all for a truly world-class tablet with world-class connectivity.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 20 October 2010 14:09

New iPhone 4 with GSM, 3G and CDMA photographed?

Ah, Apple rumour time. It's almost always Apple rumour time these days, what with Apple having so many products and services undergoing constant wizardry and revolution, with new photos now potentially revealing Apple's first iPhone 4 'World' phone that would theoretically work with all the world's major mobile networks and break AT&T's iron-grip of exclusivity in the US.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 12 May 2010 15:16

Is Verizon about to launch a tablet computer?

Rumours are swirling that Verizon is developing a tablet computer to tackle the iPad - AT&T hegemony in the US.

Published in Mobility

Canadian company, WiLAN, has launched litigation over alleged infringements of its Bluetooth patents against a who's who of leading chipmaker and IT equipment vendors.

Published in Market
Ericsson has won the auction for Nortel's LTE and CDMA assets for $US1.13b, 74 percent above the offer from the initial bidder, Nokia Siemens Networks.

Published in Strategy
Nortel is to sell almost its entire CDMA business - the world's second largest - and its LTE assets to Nokia Siemens Networks for $US650m under a deal supported by Canada's government-owned export credit agency, Export Development Canada (EDC) with a $US300m loan commitment.

Thursday, 04 June 2009 18:33

Palm Pre previews pretty well

Palm’s highly anticipated Pre, touted as yet another potential iPhone killer, launches in a couple of days in the busiest phone launch month of the year, set to compete with a new iPhone, the Nokia N97, Google’s HTC Magic and more – so is it any good?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The financial crisis has hit the overall mobile phone market in Australia, with a 16 percent decline in sales last year, but there was some joy amidst the gloom and doom with the smartphone segment defying the recession and growing by 7.6 percent.




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