CTIA Wireless 2007

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UTStarcom Drops The Ball On Sidekick ID

You know when someone messes up sooo badly that its even funnier when they try to fix it? Well, that happened to UTStarcom at CTIA. They dropped the ball when they put up a HUGE banner depicting the upcoming Sidekick ID. That’s the kind of mess up where all you can do is shake your…

Qualcomm unveils roadmap for EV-DO Rev. B

Qualcomm unveiled the addition of a new product supporting CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. B to its roadmap. The new Mobile Station Modem (MSM) MSM7850 chipset is the industry’s first device solution for EV-DO Rev. B, and is set to deliver highly advanced capabilities for next-gen data and multimedia services, at downlink data speeds of 9.3 Mbps…

Glu Mobile games are coming to the U.S. carriers’ users

Glu Mobile’s award-winning games are set to hit the U.S. mainstream market, as Thumbplay announced an agreement with the global game publisher. Popular games such as World Series of Poker Texas Hold’em, Centipede, MONOPOLY, Diner Dash, Deer Hunter 2, Zuma and Super K.O. Boxing!, will be available for purches from Thumbplay’s website. Additionally, users will…

CTIA: LG VX9400 Shows Off

The new LG VX9400 shows off its features at CTIA this week. And with EVDO and V-Cast mobile TV, there’s quite a lot to show off! The integrated program guide makes quick work of finding that TV show to watch on the convenient-to-watch-in-landscape-mode 2.2″ lcd screen.

CTIA: Sprint Announces Cisco Enzo 3G Router

In their push to expand mobile broadband options for the consumer, Sprint announced today, at CTIA, the availability of the Cisco Enzo 3G router. With “Cisco® 3G Wireless WAN (WWAN) High-speed WAN Interface Card (HWIC) solution used within the Cisco Integrated Services Routers (ISRs),” the router will connect to Sprint’s own broadband network.

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