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  • "Jesus Christ," he muttered, marching over to the nearest desk extension, setting down his drink, and punching in the cellular's number.

    Critical Condition

  • Talking on their cellular's and ignoring him like a redheaded stepchild??

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  • - Adlane Fellah, Maravedis Founder, asks where will cellular's Long Term Evolution standard find the spectrum: The LTE standard reached the functional freeze milestone in December 2008; official ratification is expected in March 2009.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Almost half of all iPhone users prefer WiFi rather than cellular's 3G network, said Wolf, with data traffic for mobile phones now comprising some 20\% of revenues from cellular carriers

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  • : This very thorough story -- available for free via MSNBC -- outlines the threat to cellular's next generation.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • The writer has a wonderful mot juste on 3G cellular's limit:

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • While consumer facing initiatives like e-book readers have garnered much of the publicity on these plans, new segments are popping up looking to take advantage of cellular's breadth of coverage and capabilities.

    RCR Wireless News >> Spectrum Auction

  • Broadcasters also talked about the promising future of mobile DTV and its point-to-multipoint advantages over cellular's point-to-point model.

    B&C - Advertising News

  • During cellular's analog days, carriers marketed phones directly to end users, but handset suppliers also marketed phones directly to retailers and distributors without first selling through the carrier.

    TWICE - Digital Imaging News

  • New York - Mobile WiMAX is the next Iridium, the global satellite-phone service that went bankrupt because it failed to anticipate cellular's evolution into an inexpensive and widely available terrestrial service whose footprint extends to all but the most remote areas, according analyst Jane Zweig, CEO of The Shosteck Group (www. wimaxforum.org) are ignoring the growing maturity and evolution of existing mobile - and residential - broadband technologies that already enjoy a large base of users and scale, she contends.

    TWICE - Digital Imaging News

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