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Shortly after beginning the shutdown process of AMPS and TDMA networks, and just hours before the launch the EDGE-capable iPhone, a number of users are reportedly seeing dramatic increases in EDGE throughput. After questioning whether the mobile was actually using WiFi, a New Yorker began to see if

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June 28, 2007 at 11:23PM
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Shortly after beginning the shutdown process of AMPS and TDMA networks, and just hours before the launch the EDGE-capable iPhone, a number of users are reportedly seeing dramatic increases in EDGE throughput. After questioning whether the mobile was actually using WiFi, a New Yorker began to see if

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Hoping to squeeze a little more life out of the world's legacy (read: non-3G) GSM networks -- and there are many -- Ericsson has announced that it will deploy the recently-ratified \"EDGE Evolution\" protocol by 2009. That in itself isn't terribly interesting; after all, 2009 is a long way off yet. Wh

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We noticed a little gem in Cingular's press release triumphantly announcing completion of their GSM network integration: \"Unlike some competitive services, all 3G services and features, such as Cingular Video, are also available on the company's EDGE network.\" Really now, is that so? This after cust

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In a move sure to excite both business travelers and wandering geeks, Qualcomm announced earlier this week that it expects to ship chips for high-speed world phones by the end of this year. Handsets with the new Qualcomm chipsets will be able to access both EV-DO services on CDMA networks as well as

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