- Infoworld/Yahoo - Does WiMax work in the real world?
- PC Magazine - What you need to know about XOHM
- Yahoo News - Sprint redefines wireless Internet (and definition of "unlimited") - MUST READ
Mobile Device Update:
- The Inquirer reports chip companies gains up on Intel
- Crunchgear in Apple's fall today. Agrees with CG - Apple will not and should not stoop to netbook levels. You and I and most mobile warriors might not be rich but there are plenty of them who will still spend. Apple continues to open Apple stores. I think they know something analysts don't about their customers.
- Onxo's musing includes Moto's Android team. One of these days, we'll talk about Android and it'll really be about the likes of Commander Data than a mobile platform. Don't know when but that day'll come.
- Blackberry Sync says Best Buy to start selling Bold on October 26th. BGR expects $600 a pop. This is why RIMM expects expenses to go up in the coming financial quarters.
- Unwired View reports Korean phone giants to not launch Android phones until 3rd quarter of 2009.
- JkOnTheRun reports takeover target, Sandisk, introduced $100 microSD card with 16GB.
- The Inquirer reports LG and Ericsson will work together to suppose wireless access to netbooks and laptops.
- Yahoo News gives state of battery tech for mobile devices.
- Gizmodo on why Google's Android army phones will take over. (Good read - for lovers/haters)
- RCR Wireless reports wireless providers confident they'll survive economic turbulence.
- RCR Wireless reports handsets and mobile devices are important to the people. Not worried about wholesale cancellations.
- Daily Wireless reports the Trans-Pacific Express, a cooperative venture between telecoms, is completed. Links US with China, Taiwan, and South Korea. NTT will join network later this year. Now WAN-parties more reliable and cyber attacks more deadly. Just kidding about the cyber attacks - sort of.