Audiovox Announces 1xEV-DO Pocket PC
Jan 7, 2004, 2:10 PM by (staff)
(updated) Audiovox today announced the PPC 5050, the first phone for North America to support the CDMA 1xEV-DO 3G technology. The 5050 runs Microsoft Windows Mobile Phone Edition 2003, and has a 400MHz Intel® processor, 64 MB of memory, and a memory card slot. The device is 0.7 inches thick and weighs 6.2 ounces. 1xEV-DO, launched recently by Verizon in San Diego and Washington, D.C., offers broadband data speeds averaging 300-500 kbps. The phone also supports 1xRTT for use in other areas. The PPC 5050 will be available later this quarter.
Blu Vivo Air LTE Measures 5.1mm Thick
Sep 9, 2015
Blu updated the Vivo Air today to include 4G LTE for AT&T, T-Mobile, and other GSM providers. The Vivo Air LTE is machined from aluminum and maintains a slim profile at 5.1mm thick.
Intel Claims LTE Modem to Deliver 1 Gigabit Speeds
Feb 21, 2017
Intel today announced the XMM 7560 LTE modem, a fifth-generation wireless radio that can produce broadband-like speeds in a variety of mobile devices. The XMM 7560 is manufactured using Intel's 14nm process and supports LTE Advanced Category 16 for downloads up to 1 Gbps and Category 13 for uploads up to 225 Mbps.
Intel to Trim 12,000 Employees and Refocus Chip Biz
Apr 19, 2016
Intel today announced a major shakeup for its business over the next 18 months. The company said it plans to focus on data centers and the Internet of Things moving forward, which are Intel's fastest growing revenue sources.
Asus' Zenfone 3 Series Goes On Sale This Month
Oct 6, 2016
Asus today announced pricing and availability for its Zenfone 3 family of smartphones. The Zenfone 3 Deluxe 5.7 Special Edition, Deluxe 5.7, Deluxe 5.5, and Laser will all be sold unlocked, directly to consumers via Asus' web site.
Intel Targeting 2019 5G Launch in Phones and PCs
Feb 22, 2018
Intel today announced a range of efforts in the 5G space, including its timeline for bringing new Intel-powered 5G devices to market. The company says it has been developing 5G technology for some now, including virtualized network functionality and software defined networks.
400Mhz? Not bad..