Late yesterday, T-Mobile announced their intention to start marketing its HSPA+ network as a “4G” network.
In order to step up its Samsung campaign and push its Media Hub capabilities, Sprint is offering a free $50 gift card. Before you get too excited and start yelling
This week on AGTN, our host Ray Walters is back from vacation and back in the saddle, and he has the usual motley crew of Android Geeks and Dweebs with
Ever since HSPA+ was announced, there have been whispers of T-Mobile calling the upgrade an enhancement to 4G service. After the network was deployed, and handsets started being released, the
Sprint has partnered with Wired, Reddit and Ars Technica to put up $50,000 and some killer prizes in an effort to spur 4G app development. The contest, called the Sprint 4G App Challenge, pits apps against each other in five categories accepting – entertainment, gaming, productivity, social networking and multimedia. Submissions will be accepted until November 5th and will be judged on four merits – creativity, intuitive navigation, functionality and design.
We had a tip come in from one of readers named Brian, saying that he is seeing a marked increase in download speeds on his Sprint phone. He resides in
Best Buy recently announced a strategic relationship with Clearwire, which should see the retail giant providing 4G mobile broadband service under the Best Buy Connect brand. As part of the deal, Best Buy will offer a one stop shop and support for mobile broadband devices to take advantage of the speedy 4G network. One such device is likely to be the newly-twitter-leaked Rocketfish tablet.
Call it what you want, 3G, 3G+, or 4G. Right now it doesn’t matter to T-Mobile. Slap whatever name on it you want, they’re more concerned with building it out.
Sprint and Samsung have officially announced the Samsung Epic, which will stand alongside the HTC EVO 4G in Sprint’s quickly-growing 4G line-up. The Samsung Epic, which Samsung is describing as
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
The first picture of Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S handset made its way into the hands of Android Community today. Called the Galaxy S Pro, it looks every bit
Reports are surfacing from XDA-Developers and the Google Code forums that the HTC EVO 4G has major framerate issues. It seems that the device is some how locked at 30
Sprint’s first commercial for the EVO 4G has made its way online but it doesn’t do much to sell people on Android or the phone… yet. Consider it more of
It appears Walmart is officially joining the EVO 4G party. That’s right, Walmart, no doubt wanting a share of the EVO sales has joined both Best Buy and Radio Shack