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BlackBerry 4G PlayBook coming to Sprint

Research in Motion and Sprint have announced plans to launch a 4G capable version of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet on Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network. The BlackBerry 4G PlayBook is due out this summer. This makes Sprint the first major US wireless carrier to commit to offering the BlackBerry tablet. Interestingly, GigaOm reports that the tablet […]

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Best Buy offering “iPad anywhere” with free Verizon, AT&T, Sprint mobile hotspots

Up until recently US customers who wanted to pick up an Apple iPad had few choices: They could get a WiFi-only model or a 3G model which worked only on AT&T’s network. The Verizon figured out that it could sell the WiFi iPad with a Verizon MiFi mobile hotspot, which essentially provides you a way […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab: Available from all four major US carriers soon

T-Mobile has announced it will start offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab on November 10th, for $400 when you sign up for a 2-year service contract. That means that T-Mobile will be the first US carrier to sell the Galaxy Tab… but not for long. Verizon will launch the tablet on November 11th. In fact, all […]

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Clearwire to launch 4G WiMAX network in New York, San Francisco, LA

Clearwire has been testing its new 4G network in three of the countries largest and most tech-savvy cities for a few months, and now the company has announced the official launch dates for WiMAX service in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. New York will get WiMAX coverage first, on November 1st, with LA […]

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Verizon to be first US carrier to offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab?

Samsung may have announced last night that all four major US wireless carriers will offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch Google Android tablet. But each of those carriers put out press releases of their own, explaining some of the launch details. Nobody’s saying anything about pricing yet, and it looks like the tablet could […]