Let's get Microsoft into the game.
Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) plans to launch its WiMax-fueled High-Speed 2go service in at least two major markets -- Boston and Houston -- sometime in the second quarter, company COO Steve Burke revealed in this morning's first-quarter earnings call.
Barron's Jan 3, 2010 article on LG's
big push in Vegas doesn't mention the
headline meeting of S, MSFT, and BBY.
"Will LG's Luck Turn in Vegas?"
by Assif Shameen
who covers Asian markets from Singapore
WiMax mounted in a car would nullify the power requirements issue for that environment.
The Zune should do something like offer 4G as Kindle does for paid content, and enable browsing functions for extra money. Most of the time the radio would be turned off in mode #1 so power should not be an issue.
Clearwire funded, and sprint can now focus on rolling out its service bundles. Maybe thats the diesel "ler" truck talk comes into play. All the new phones sold someone is going to have to deal with the data volume. If ford is launching sync (msft product) with wifi capability doesnt that mean that the company with the greatest number of wifi links stands to gain.
They announce at ces in January
I will post my next opinion after the "big announcement" at CES.
Given the attention span on this board, all will have forgotten the excitement at the pending announcement.
I shall remind them, just as I remind you about the potential of a WiMAX enabled washing machine.
I must admit your point is too subtle for one such as I.
It is something of a hobby of mine to post negative opinions and information about Sprint.
But it is like shooting fish in a barrel.
Have a Merry Christmas!