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3 launches £9 tariff

Addressing the economy’s issues and quicker than our own government is the network 3, who has just announced a sub-tenner tariff. In days that feel like the end of days, it’s always good to see someone’s looking out for the common man, by offering them a great deal. The deal that comes along in the […]

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ZTE unveils U990, world’s first HSDPA TD-SCDMA handset

ZTE Corporation, largely know for being one of the leading providers of telecommunication equipments all around the globe today unveiled the U990, the world’s first HSDPA TD-SCDMA mobile handset. Last week, the company was in the news for having sold 100 million handsets.  The U990, is the successor to the previous two TD-SCDMA handsets by ZTE, the […]

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Next BlackBerry to dump HSDPA for EDGE

Can it be true? After finally getting into gear and making an HSDPA BlackBerry, RIM looks like it’s turning is temporarily turning its back on the speedy 3G in favour of slower EDGE devices According to IntoMobile, the next addition to the BlackBerry family will be a lower end device called the Javelin, which will […]

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3G Apple iPhone is finally here – and with some extras

So, the 3G iPhone has finally been confirmed by Steve Jobs last night at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. So what’s the difference between this and its predecessor? 1. It’s got – surprise, surprise – 3G, which Apple is promising will mean connectivity twice as fast as the old EDGE iPhone 2. Built in GPS […]

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Oz gets second 42Mbps mobile network

What is it about Aussies and the need for speed? A second Australian mobile operator has come out and promised a 42Mbps in the next couple of years. Hot on the heels of incumbent Telstra, Optus has now promised a super speedy mobile network by the middle of 2010. However, neither Telstra nor Optus has […]

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T-Mobile USA finally switches on 3G

After a bit of rumour mongering, it seems T-Mobile is finally ready to show off its shiny new 3G network, which has now gone live in New York. Only a few years behind the rest of the world, then. There’s no HSDPA handsets available for the network ye either, although T-Mobile is promising they’ll be […]

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O2 gets on mobile broadbandwagon for £20

O2 has joined the rest of its operator friends in launching a so-called mobile broadband service – or a 3G USB modem to the rest of us. For £20 a month, O2 customers can get 3GB of data allowance and unlimited wi-fi at The Cloud hotspots with a free modem if they sign up to […]

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3G Apple iPhone coming with 7.2Mbps, 5 meg camera?

Who does love a good iPhone rumour story? Well here’s another. Apparently, according to Computerworld, programmers have uncovered hints within the iPhone SDK that not only is a 3G device on the way, but it will include a Infineone’s S-Gold 3 chipset which hopes up the possibilities of a host of other goodies. The chipset […]

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HSDPA BlackBerry on the RIM drawing board

Phew. RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis has confirmed that the company is working on high speed 3G version of the device, telling the Financial Times the company is experimenting with a HSDPA model. In an interview on his digital lifestyle, the FT asks Lazaridis what’s his latest squeeze? His answer: “One of our prototypes – a […]

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