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As carriers cancel their unlimited data plans, wireless subscribers are left wondering what to do. In this week's Ask Maggie, Maggie Reardon offers some advice on the issue.
The iPhone 5 isn't likely to get LTE 4G capability because the technology just isn't there yet, according to an analyst who follows the 4G market.
Apple's MacBook line has been missing wireless broadband, a much-wanted road warrior feature, for quite a while now. CNET takes a look at the 4G landscape, and where Apple's been.
Broadcom plans to buy 4G chip maker Beceem Communications to help accelerate its next-generation wireless chip portfolio.
Bloomberg News reports that unnamed sources say Verizon Wireless will get the iPhone in January. But is this realistic?
More than 100 mobile WiMax products will be certified by the year's end, with more than 1,000 certified by 2011, it predicts.
If deployment of WiMax, a wide-area wireless networking technology, takes off, it could dramatically change the way the cellular industry does business, according to one venture capitalist.
Motorola is providing the country's Wateen Telecom with an 802.16e-based Motowi4 network.