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South Korea to be first with nationwide WiMax

Intel and Korea Telecom expand their joint venture to provide WiMax to more of South Korea, with the goal of covering 85 percent of the population by March.

By Sep. 30, 2010

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Sorry, Apple: Samsung is winning the war on 4G platforms

In light of the much-publicised dispute over handset design patents between Apple and Samsung, many commentators have cast Samsung as the "fast follower", while Apple is pushing at the frontier of innovation. I would argue that such commentators have things very wrong.

By Sep. 3, 2012

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Samsung Q2 on its way?

Samsung launches the latest generation of its ultramobile PC.

By Mar. 7, 2007

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Samsung shows off Wi-Max handset

Samsung shows off Wi-Max handset

By Jan. 6, 2006

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Samsung Q2 UMPC: Leaked

We've just received leaked information about the successor to the Samsung Q1 UMPC -- apparently it's called the Q2

By Mar. 12, 2007

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Samsung shows off zippy new phone standard

Who needs another wireless standard? You do, bud!

By Dec. 6, 2006

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Incoming: iRiver's G10 mystery gaming marvel

Little iRiver G10, are you out there? This small handheld gaming device may be the next pretender to the PSP throne. It's rumoured to support movies, music, 3D games, and to have wireless access to streaming multimedia content

By Jan. 13, 2006

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Specs unfold for the Samsung SPH-P9200

A leaked manual shows specs for Samsung's ultramobile PC.

By Oct. 11, 2007

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CNET Australia's quick guide to 3G

If the advantages of 3G mobile networks goes over your head, don't worry, you're not alone. With 3G services rapidly outselling 2G services in Australia we're here to help with an easy explanation of what 3G is and what it all means to you.

By Apr. 13, 2008

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What's the big deal about WiMax?

There's been a lot of buzz about WiMax as Sprint Nextel rolls out its first network to use the 4G wireless technology. But what exactly is it? This FAQ will help you sort it out.

By Oct. 3, 2008