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What’s your view of Intel’s first phone?

Is the “Intel Inside” message likely to work for the broad consumer mobile audience? I haven’t had hands-on with the new Intel San Diego on Orange here in the UK yet. I’ve heard conflicting reports from colleagues. What’s your perspective?

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Ask Mr Operator: “When will WiMax become standard for carriers?”

Last week, I invited the Mobile Industry Review audience to pose questions to Mr Operator. For the benefit of those new to Mr Operator — the series is written by a chap working high up in one of the world’s international mobile operators. As such, Mr Operator has a rather unique perspective on the marketplace […]

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Intel’s WiMax invades Sweden

After Intel and Google’s WiMax antics earlier this week it looks like Sweden is next in the chipamker’s sights. The Scandinavian country awarded four “mobile broadband licences” this week – and Intel is confirmed as one of the lucky winners. According to AP, it paid around $26 million for its WiMax licence which will go […]

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Clearwire, Sprint give birth to new WiMax venture

It looks like there’s life in US WiMax yet. US providers Clearwire and SprintNextel have agreed to combine their WiMax networks into a new company, under the Clearwire brand. They’ve got some powerful friends on board too: Intel, Google, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks have agreed to finance the new company to […]

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Moto says hello to mobile virtualisation

According to PC World, today will see Motorola join a list of investors which includes Cisco, Intel, Cisco and Texas Instruments by funding mobile virtualisation company VirtualLogix. VirtualLogix lets a user can access two separate operating systems on the same handset – allowing them to share some resources like memory, but also keeping other areas, […]