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11.13.08
Qualcomm throws in the towel on UMB, 4G race down to LTE and WiMAX
11.13.08

Qualcomm throws in the towel on UMB, 4G race down to LTE and WiMAX

Realistically, the death knell tolled long ago for Qualcomm's stillborn Ultra Mobile Broadband initi...

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11.13.08
Qualcomm throws in the towel on UMB, 4G race down to LTE and WiMAX
11.13.08

Qualcomm throws in the towel on UMB, 4G race down to LTE and WiMAX

Realistically, the death knell tolled long ago for Qualcomm's stillborn Ultra Mobile Broadband initi...

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02.08.08
Qualcomm gets cozy with LTE, makes migrating from CDMA a snap
02.08.08

Qualcomm gets cozy with LTE, makes migrating from CDMA a snap

What if Toshiba were to produce a Blu-ray player? If there's one surefire sign that a company is rec...

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12.29.07
Report says UMB could lose out in 4G race
12.29.07

Report says UMB could lose out in 4G race

At first glance, you might think things aren't looking too rosy for Qualcomm, the chipset maker / pa...

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10.29.07
The 4G war: has WiMAX won, or will Verizon choose LTE?
10.29.07

The 4G war: has WiMAX won, or will Verizon choose LTE?

In a wrap-up of the state of 4G networks over at BusinessWeek, the battle between the three competin...

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10.29.07
The 4G war: has WiMAX won, or will Verizon choose LTE?
10.29.07

The 4G war: has WiMAX won, or will Verizon choose LTE?

In a wrap-up of the state of 4G networks over at BusinessWeek, the battle between the three competin...

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10.05.07
Ultra Mobile Broadband specifications get published
10.05.07

Ultra Mobile Broadband specifications get published

Not quite a year after EV-DO Rev. C became more commonly known as Ultra Mobile Broadband, we're now...

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05.11.07
Qualcomm: we're flush with 4G patents
05.11.07

Qualcomm: we're flush with 4G patents

It looks like any hopes that the 4G intellectual property landscape would be a little less of a Qual...

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12.08.06
EV-DO Revision C becomes "Ultra Mobile Broadband"
12.08.06

EV-DO Revision C becomes "Ultra Mobile Broadband"

Does a theoretical max of 280Mbps (yes, we said two hundred and frickin' eighty megabits per second)...

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