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Re: Sprint Steps Up to the 4G Plate
Posted by: Paul Hartsock 2010-03-26 15:44:19
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At the CTIA conference this week, Sprint launched an attack in the Battle of Who Has More Gs. Its upcoming EVO smartphone will hit the market this summer with 4 whole Gs -- that's one more G than most of the best smartphones out there have right now. In this case, "G" stands for "generation," and the EVO 4G smartphone works on a fourth-generation network. There are various flavors of 4G, and Sprint's flavor of choice is WiMax. The network's been working on WiMax for a while now, trying to build networks in major cities across the U.S.

its hard to know?
Posted by: vinconti 2010-03-26 15:53:35 In reply to: Paul Hartsock
"It's hard to say exactly how long Google's leaders have had moral qualms about voluntarily restricting Chinese users' access, but the battle went public a few months ago"

what in God's name are you talking about? don't you remember how Google famously proclaimed, when it very first went in to China, that "some evil is better than all evil", that it is less evil to provide some search results than to provide none at all?

its not hard to say exactly how long they have been upset by this; since before day 1
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