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The Echo is made by Japanese manufacturer Kyocera Corp. and has screens that are each the size of an iPhone's display. Put together, they create a larger space for typing e-mails, playing games and watching videos.
The Galaxy Tab has a 7-inch screen, half the size of the iPad. It runs Google Inc.'s Android smart phone software and can play Flash video from the Web, which the iPad can't. It also has two cameras for videoconferencing, which the iPad lacks.
As wireless subscribers explode in number, usage from voice to data climbs ever higher, speed improves and competition drives better service, true mobile broadband is becoming a reality.
Dan Hesse: “Prepaid in terms of its percentage of the overall wireless industry is going to grow, so our turnaround is really focused on prepaid becoming a more and more important part of the company and doing better in that market.”
At CTIA Wireless trade show, Sprint’s CEO unveils a video-equipped phone for its faster 4G network. Meanwhile, network executives call on government to increase availability of wireless spectrum.
Sprint and Skiff tout the device as the thinnest to date at just over a quarter of an inch thick. The reader's entire page will be a touch screen, unlike Amazon’s Kindle, which uses physical buttons for navigation, or Barnes & Noble’s Nook, which has a small built-in touch screen separate from the book page.