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Sprint stock price ended down 19 percent at the end of trading on Friday after it admitted it might need to raise money to fund a new LTE-based wireless network.
Sprint has announced it will launch its own LTE-based 4G network in 2012 which will cover about 120 million people by the end of that year and 250 million people by the end of 2013.
A new report claims that Sprint will begin to launch an LTE-based 4G wireless network sometime in early 2012, part of a planned overhaul of the wireless carrier's network.
While digging through the recent Clearwire financials, Android news site Android and Me uncovered a list of 19 cities that will receive WiMAX coverage this summer. There are currently 32 markets covered by Sprint’s 4G...
Originally announced in May of this year, the merger between the WiMAX divisions of Sprint and Clearwire is coming ever closer to reality: the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today announced that it has unanimously...
Sprint Nextel Corp. and Clearwire Corp. announced today they have canceled their plan to combine the high-speed wireless networks they are building. The two companies originally announced the agreement this July, but were unable to...
Intel and cellular phone billionaire Craig McCaw have joined forces to deliver a new high-speed wireless Internet service. Intel said Monday that it is investing an undisclosed amount of money in McCaw's company,...
Intel and Clearwire, Craig McCaw's wireless broadband services company, today announced they will jointly develop and deploy wireless broadband capabilities using WiMAX networks. As part of the collaboration, Clearwire intends to deploy WiMAX networks using...