U.S. Cellular To Launch BREW
Apr 29, 2003, 3:19 PM by (staff)
Qualcomm and U.S. Cellular today announced a definitive agreement for U.S. Cellular to deploy Qualcomm's BREW solution. The carrier will deploy BREW-based data services in Tennessee in May 2003, and across its other CDMA 1xRTT markets later this year. BREW will enable customers to download wireless data applications including news, sports, weather, ring tones, e-mail and games to their wireless handsets. The decision follows a successful trial in Knoxville, Tenn.
New Samsung Chip Enables Phones with 512GB of Storage
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Samsung today announced the first part designed for mobile devices that can store 512GB of data. The solution effectively doubles the amount of internal storage a high-end phone can ship with.
New Qualcomm Tech Aims to Bring High-Quality AR and VR Mainstream
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T-Mobile Says 5G Network On Deck for 2020
Nov 16, 2017
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