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Sprint tacks $10 charge on to iDEN subscribers not on CDMA

The charge is apparently designed to encourage customers to upgrade to Sprint's CDMA push-to-talk service before iDEN is phased out next year.

By Nov. 29, 2012


iTunes updated for CDMA iPhone

The latest iTunes update adds a few new features and enhancements but most notably throws in support for Verizon's upcoming CDMA iPhone.

By Jan. 28, 2011


Palm Treo 800w - smartphone - CDMA

With the addition of Wi-Fi and GPS, the Palm Treo 800w finally catches up to some of its competition and even offers a better design. The Windows Mobile smartphone will be a good fit for Sprint's business customers, if the battery life can keep up.

By Jul. 14, 2008

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Singing the South American 'CDMA blues'

I hope Verizon doesn't read this. It's been so good to me the past six months, but now that I'm heading to Latin America again, all I can think about is AT&T.

By Apr. 6, 2011


Report: A CDMA iPhone in testing

Version of Apple's phone that could run on networks ranging from Sprint and Verizon to U.S. Cellular or China Telecom is being tested, Daring Fireball reports.

By Aug. 12, 2010


FCC outs CDMA iPhone 4

The FCC has approved the CDMA version of the iPhone 4 just in time for the big announcement earlier today.

By Jan. 11, 2011


Sprint launches first CDMA push-to-talk phones

The Kyocera DuraMax and DuraCore will offer push-talk service in rugged flip phone designs. The handsets are due in the fourth quarter of this year.

By Jul. 25, 2011


HTC Merge review: Rare CDMA world phone

The HTC Merge is a sturdy, respectable midrange Android smartphone that's also got an eye out for intercontinental travelers.

By Jun. 10, 2011


WSJ: Apple prepping CDMA iPhone

Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that Apple is preparing to mass produce CDMA iPhones, which would allow Verizon to sell the smartphone by early 2011.

By Oct. 6, 2010


Ericsson places first HD call over CDMA

The feat, which took place in a lab environment, bodes a higher quality of sound for calls over CDMA networks. But Ericsson isn't saying when the capability might reach consumers.

By Mar. 18, 2011