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Late yesterday, T-Mobile announced their intention to start marketing its HSPA+ network as a “4G” network.
One of the hottest handsets of the year, the HTC EVO 4G, is being recognized by Popular Mechanics as being one of the breakthrough devices for 2010. Touted as a product
We aren’t for sure, but reports are coming in that Sprint is considering altering it’s 4G rollout strategy in a way that could allow them to merge with T-Mo in
The fellas over at Android Central were passed a list of details for the all-but-official Samsung Galaxy S Pro. The 4G -capable handset which is headed for Sprint looks like
VoIP and Convergence company HelloSoft has announced that they are releasing a 4G tri-band “reference” phone for deployment in WiMAX markets. A $100 4G Android phone? Hard to believe, right?
Like a bad penny, the Scorpion rumors have turned up again. The last time we checked in on this phone we were reporting that it would feature a 1.5GHz processor
Finding the perfect phone is getting more complicated all the time. There are a ton of choices out there and it can be difficult to know where to begin to
Earlier today, the big magenta announced that they will finally be expanding their HSPA+ network through the Northeast. Now, all of you lucky T-Mobile customers using 3G Android phones will
We’re starting to see a significant number of emails and questions coming our way about the latest Sprint handset. Rather than trying to answer them all over and over again,
Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC. The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to
AndroidGuys has been privileged to receive a plethora of screenshots showing Sprint’s EVO 4G training materials. According to our source, today’s the day that Sprint employees are beginning to train
The race is on for faster, more capable processors in your smart phone. Intel’s new Atom (Moorestown) processors are out and they’re pushing the envelope forward. The new chips can
Sprint has been hard at work rolling out the U.S.’s first 4G wireless network. The new network, based on WiMAX technology, is currently available in a select number of markets,
When purchasing a new phone many of us are being faced with not only a question of a handset but a prospective betrothed wireless carrier for at least a two
If screen shots like the one above are any indication, Sprint is gearing up for for the release of their HTC EVO 4G handset. Expected in the “summer” of 2010,