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microcell

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Ericsson aims to bring cell signal everywhere, one Dot at a time

Ericsson introduces the Radio Dot System, which is designed to bring cell phone signal to hard-to-reach places, such as the inside of a big building.

By September 25, 2013

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Buzz Out Loud 1268: You've been served...a microcell (podcast)

We're hearing from more folks that AT&T is giving our free microcells to make up for its lousy service. Oh, and so is Verizon. Plus: Apple's Toyota moment, Windows XP gets a reprieve until 2020, and the undead crash their car.

By July 13, 2010

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Ep. 1268: You've been served... a microcell

We're hearing from more folks that AT&T is giving our free microcells to make up for its lousy service. Oh, and so is Verizon. Plus: Apple's Toyota moment, Windows XP gets a reprieve until 2020, and the undead crash their car.

By July 13, 2010

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AT&T to roll out 3G MicroCell nationwide starting in April

AT&T will roll out 3G MicroCell femtocells nationwide starting in April

By March 24, 2010

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AT&T expands 3G Microcell availability

AT&T is finally extending the availability and coverage of the 3G Microcell femtocell... but not to the places that need it most.

By February 25, 2010

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Ep. 50: Microsoft's tablet plans; an HD Wii; and AT&T's Microcell scheme

Episode 50 of the Digital City, where we discuss Microsoft's plans to take on Apple in both smart phones and tablet PCs; the rumor of an HD refresh of the Nintendo Wii console; and what AT&T is up to with its Microcell device.

By November 30, 2009

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Digital City Podcast 50: Microsoft's tablet plans; an HD Wii; and AT&T's Microcell scheme

Episode 50 of the Digital City, where we discuss Microsoft's tablet plans; an HD Wii; and AT&T's Microcell scheme.

By September 21, 2009

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AT&T breaks out its new 3G Microcell

AT&T to start femtocell service, and we compare it to the femtocell/network-improvement competition.

By September 21, 2009

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Microsoft: The spam vigilante

The FCC may decide that microcell mobile boosters are not legal, Samsung launches 3D video on demand in Korea, and Microsoft helps the feds bring down one of the largest e-mail span rackets.

By March 18, 2011

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Microsoft: The spam vigilante

The FCC may decide that microcell mobile boosters are not legal, Samsung launches 3D video on demand in Korea, and Microsoft helps the feds bring down one of the largest e-mail span rackets.

By March 18, 2011