2012: The Year LTE Becomes a Standard, Not a Luxury


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The mobile industry may well remember 2012 as the year when LTE became the dominant wireless technology in the United States.



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April 20, 2012

Victory for Apple: German Court Denies Motorola Patent Claim


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Apple products don’t infringe on Motorola’s wireless technology and shouldn’t be barred from sale, judge rules.



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February 10, 2012

Trendnet showcases first 802.11ac products at CES 2012


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The new 802.11 AC wireless router TEW-811DR from Trendnet.

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Trendnet, a vendor of affordable and green networking products, announced today the first 802.11ac networking products to be showcased at CES 2012.


The Trendnet 802.11ac TEW-800MB media bridge shares the same design as existing wireless N bridge from the vendor.

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January 6, 2012

Sensium wireless digital patch makes patient monitoring less painful

Sensium wireless digital patch makes patient monitoring less painful

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Though wireless technology has made our daily lives so much simpler, isn’t it about time that it spread out of the confines of our homes and into life-critical environments such as hospitals? Apparently, it has. As a result of which, we might get to experience (hopefully not) devices such as the Sensium Digital Plaster – a wireless monitoring patch that can be stuck to a patient’s body like a Band-Aid strip, to monitor his/her vital signs.

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November 5, 2009

Dear AT&T: Don’t let Apple make you look bad any more


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By Tim Conneally, Betanews

ISuppli knows what’s going on with Apple and AT&T. Based upon its analysis of wireless technology deployments, the market research firm predicted today that Apple will keep its exclusive iPhone deal with AT&T when re-negotiation time comes around next June.

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September 12, 2009

Apple/iPhone Will Stick with AT&T Due to High HSPA, Says iSuppli

iSuppli Corp. believes that Apple Inc. will extend its exclusive iPhone service deal with AT&T, based on an analysis of wireless technology deployment. They however caution that it may not be the boon for AT&T that it appears to be, because AT&T’s image has been tarnished by network troubles due to huge iPhone data usage.

“Speculation is rife that Apple will end its exclusive U.S. iPhone service deal with AT&T when the current contract expires in June 2010 and begin to offer phones that work with the Verizon network,” said Francis Sideco, principal analyst, wireless communications, for iSuppli.

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September 11, 2009