Nov 29th, 2010


Following the launch of WiMAX in New York City a couple months back, the 4G technology is being officially unleashed in a few more big markets that up until now were mysteriously lacking in next-gen mobile data. Los Angeles, Washington DC, Miama, and a trio of cities from Ohio with Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus are all now ready to roll on WiMAX. Still absent from the roll call was San Francisco, but Sprint promises the network should be up and running in the city that happens to be the center of the tech world by the end of December. WiMAX is now available in 68 cities across the US.

[via BGR]

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