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Fujitsu 4G femtocell carries global sales ambition

With the LGE-capable femtocell, debuting at CES next week, the Japanese company hopes to expand its networking business to other countries.

By Jan. 6, 2012


Ep. 97: What's a femtocell?

You may have heard the term "femtocell" being tossed around lately, but what exactly is it? In this week on Dialed In, we discuss how femtocell products can help to improve your cell phone signal and list some of the devices available on the market today. We also check out the Sprint HTC Hero and a Bluetooth headset from Sound ID that has environmental awareness. Wait, what?

By Nov. 22, 2009


Femtocell security flaw puts Vodafone customers at risk of phone tapping

Vodafone customers could be vulnerable to phone tapping, a hacker group claims, due to a security flaw with Vodafone's Sure Signal femotcell boxes.

By Jul. 14, 2011


Samsung brings femtocell to Verizon

The Verizon Wireless Extender from Verizon Wireless can boost indoor call quality.

By Jan. 26, 2009


Ask and ye shall receive a free AT&T femtocell?

Don't get your hopes up, but an AT&T market trial means one suffering customer got a solution to his network woes without paying a cent.

By Jul. 12, 2010


Dialed In Podcast 97: What's a femtocell?

This week on Dialed In, we discuss AT&T's new 3G MicroCell product and check out Sprint's first Google Android phone, the HTC Hero.

By Sep. 23, 2009


Sprint to upgrade its Airave femtocell to 3G

According to newly filed FCC documents, Sprint might be readying a new deployment of the Airave femtocell to have 3G/EV-DO plus a VoIP landline port.

By Apr. 7, 2010


Why AT&T should buy you a femtocell

Mobile phone network operators could help solve their connectivity problems with small radio stations in homes. So why should you be the one paying $150 for one?

By Mar. 29, 2010


Cisco invests in femtocell company

Cisco Systems has taken a strategic investment in a company that makes devices to boost cell phone signals indoors.

By Jan. 23, 2008


Portable device lets travelers make mobile calls over the Net

Developed by Ubiquisys, the world's first attocell--a personal femtocell--will let mobile users make and receive calls abroad as if they were in their own country.

By Jan. 26, 2011