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  1. [...] original here: The Future of 4G This entry was written by Editor, posted on 10/12/2010 at 18:22, filed under Telecom and tagged [...]

  2. They are all making stuff up, pretending it’s 4G when it’s not. The only true 4G wireless technologies, as declared by the ITU, are LTE-Advanced and WirelessMAN-Advanced, the rest is just optimized 3G.

  3. I just stumbled upon this post and I have to say that maybe not real 4G but definitely faster than the standard 3G thats for sure, cause I have both

  4. Actually, with REAL 4G, (enough bandwidth), you could video-chat with a coworker live in real-time while watching the news and sharing links on the topics

  5. Simon says:

    You are correct, Sprint Nextel has begun using Mobile WiMAX, branded as “4G” even though does not fulfill the IMT requirements on 4G

  6. If you could e-mail me with a few simple suggestions on just how to make sure you getting the kind of speed you’re paying for, I’d be grateful, I’m afraid our provider is not being completely honest or maybe it’s just me who doesn’t understand all this technical jargon.

  7. Don’t forget about Tendril as the future of home energy management, a mobile Web application designed to help individuals take control of their energy usage while they’re away

  8. [...] Meier, M. (2010, December 11). TheFuture of 4G. Retrieve from http://www.racknine.com/blog/hardware/the-future-of-4g/ [...]

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