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Samsung Galaxy S3 'Ultrafast' on Three touts DC-HSDPA

The new version of the Galaxy S3 is available from today, but what's with the old version of Android?

By February 8, 2013

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MSI Wind U120: Netbook rocks HSDPA

MSI has just sent us details of a successor to its fantastic Wind U100 netbook. It's called the U120, and it's a more advanced version of the standard Wind

By October 9, 2008

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Please Explain: HSDPA

Are you confused by the seemingly endless lists acronyms and jargon associated with technology? We're here to help. Check out our definition of HSDPA.

By May 20, 2008

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BlackBerry Bold 9000: RIM does HSDPA

Today, RIM unveiled its latest smart phone, the BlackBerry Bold 9000, and we're rather giddy, particularly since it's the first BlackBerry to have HSDPA

By May 12, 2008

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Samsung Q1 Ultra HSDPA: UMPC broadband on the go

We've got our hands on the brand new broadband-enabled Samsung Q1 Ultra HSDPA, and we're very excited. Now we can surf the Net from anywhere!

By December 19, 2007

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E-TEN unveils the glofiish X800, its first HSDPA device

Today E-TEN added a new handset to its portfolio called the glofiish X800, which features HSDPA connectivity and a built-in GPS receiver

By March 15, 2007

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Toshiba debuts two new smart phones with HSDPA

Toshiba G900 and E01

By February 12, 2007

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Mobile broadband cranks it up: HSDPA data cards compared

High-speed mobile broadband has arrived! We compare Telstra's BigPond Wireless Next G service, Vodafone's HSDPA-enhanced 3G network and 3's new NetConnect ExpressCard.

By November 19, 2006

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FlyBook V33i HSDPA: Frustration at your fingertips

This stylish convertible laptop gives you broadband Internet access wherever there's a 3G phone signal, but it'll cost ya

By October 17, 2006

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Vodafone begins HSDPA trials

Vodafone today announced that it will launch an upgrade to its network by the end of the year that will allow customers in Sydney and Melbourne to download at speeds up to 1.8Mbps.

By September 6, 2006