Government says it may not grant 4G licenses for another two to three years. The delay could affect how carriers around the world adopt 4G.
Remember all the mislabeled MP3s that cropped up on filesharing sites in the '90s? Turns out they're weren't harmless pranks, but rather a nefarious plan to end P2P using a clandestine network of "Napster bombs" and Trojan horses.
The company's planned move to LTE could make it a lot easier for Apple's next iPhone to to run on its network, although Clearwire CEO Eric Prusch was silent on whether that would be the case.
CNET gives you the skinny on what this deal means for consumers and the broader wireless industry.
The company is already using its network upgrade plan to test out and deploy LTE technology, which would bring it in line with its two larger rivals.
CNET looks at even more flavors of 4G, and explains why seasons mean more to companies than just hot summers and cold winters.
Leaked from The 404 1,011: Zombie melee team picks, new iPad review roundups, laser un-printers, and the 15 most popular faces on Facebook.
CNET TV Editor Ty Pendlebury sits down with The 404 Podcast and dishes his thoughts on the new Apple iPad, the return of Sim City, a dedicated Netflix channel, and the constant threat of Australian drop bears.
Wilson's out sick today so CNET Labs' Joseph Kaminski fills in with a 7-second delay, just in case. Today we're discussing the controversial details of Steve Jobs' use of psychedelic drugs, what's being taught at Cupertino's Apple University, and more.
Wilson's out sick today, but CNET's Bridget Carey steps up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth and knocks it out of the park with a full story rundown that includes Facebook iPad announcements, the next iPhone's killer app, Google's 13th birthday, camera lens thieves, and more! Did I use that baseball metaphor correctly?