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DoCoMo Claims Data Rate Advances in 4G Tests

NTT DoCoMo announced that it has tested wireless technologies which allowed sustained downlink data rates of 135Mbs and peak data rates of 300Mbs under certain circumstances. The company said it used two different encoding schemes on the uplink and downlink sides, and conducted tests from a moving vehicle within 1km of the test base station; […]

NYT: “A BlackBerry Throbs, and a Wonk Has a Date”

The New York Times discusses how RIM’s devices are proving useful outside the office, at least in this town, where “get a life” isn’t a joke. “It’s [BlackBerry has] made it much more efficient, much more direct,” Mr. Donnelly said of the effect on his love life. “A 15-minute phone conversation can be abbreviated into […]

For The Record, Hutch Says The Rumors Are Wrong

The rumors that Hutchison is considering abandoning its UMTS business in the UK just won’t go away, and the company has taken the somewhat unusual step of issuing a statement refuting those rumors. Last month an analyst at Nomura Securities said “”Our Hutchison Whampoa estimates include an assumption that the company walks away from its […]