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Sprint launches EVO Shift at CES

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Running on the 4G network, EVO Shift and its predecessor are both lightning fast but HTC has sacrificed a few things to bring us this slimmed-down version. The 3.6” captive-touch screen display is still large enough but trimmed down from the original EVO’s 4.3”. This sacrifice may have been made in part to accommodate a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, a feature not offered on the original EVO.

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First look at Sprint 3G/4G MiFi 4082 from Novatel

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Having a mobile hotspot is pretty useful when you're traveling across the country with your laptop (and iPad) in tow. Having a mobile hotspot capable of latching onto the 4G WiMAX network from Sprint is even better, and that seems to be happening with the Novatel-sourced Sprint 3G/4G MiFi 4082 pictured here.

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Sprint 4G tablet being placed for 2011

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The idea from Sprint, it seems, is to start luring "traveling enterprise users away from notebooks." By tempting them with tablets, Sprint has another way to cash in on their wireless data needs. In reference to tablets, Sprint president of business markets group Paget Alves did say that he couldn't "think of anything that's moved this quickly."

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Sprint 4G WiMAX goes live in five more major markets

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Are you rocking one of those cool Samsung Epic 4G smartphones with hardly any 4G coverage in sight? If you happen to be among the five new markets announced today, that has now changed. Sprint has rolled out its WiMAX network to Los Angeles, Miami, Washington DC, Cleveland, and Columbus. Go ahead. Enjoy the faster speeds.

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Samsung Epic 4G goes on sale tomorrow at 8am

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It probably won't elicit the same kind of epic lineup (no pun intended) that we witnessed with the launch of the Apple iPhone 4, but this is quite the massive launch anyway. Have you been anxiously waiting for some Android action with 4G and a QWERTY keyboard? The wait is almost over.

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