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  • 4G wireless turning into 'meaningless' moniker

    Posted November 22, 2010 - 11:16 am

    The meaning of the term '4G wireless' becomes unclear as the ITU rules that WiMax and LTE don't qualify, while T-Mobile claims its current network is already 4G.
  • Just what is 4G speed and how are U.S. carriers offering it?

    Posted November 1, 2010 - 12:34 pm

    All major U.S. carriers have announced 4G plans and some are already offering 4G service and devices. However, the ITU's recently issued definition of what constitutes 4G excludes all of them (as well as all "4G" technology available worldwide). Here's a rundown of what 4G means according to the ITU and carriers and what it will mean for consumers over the next few years.
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