Verizon has the largest mobile network in the United States but it runs on a different technology than most of the world. It runs on CDMA which was part of the
In a recent filing at the FCC, it seems Qualcomm has been busy lately working on a new radio chipset. According to the FCC, it looks like we could be
With Christmas right around the corner, a lot of you procrastinating shoppers are probably starting to lose a little hair trying to figure out what to get the techie on
A little birdie (not of the “Angry” type) has informed us that some Sprint managers have been receiving emails from Motorola regarding an upcoming phone launch that will require an
HTC first CDMA world phone is coming to US carriers in the Spring of 2011. Running Android 2.2 and Sense UI, the phone features a 3.8-inch touch screen and sliding QWERTY.
Many Android lovers patiently awaited the arrival of the Nexus One on Sprint and Verizon. Unfortunately, it never ended up happening. From what I gather, Google would have liked a
Samsung proves yet again that they really can’t keep some things secret. This time it’s another Android phone, the SCH-i510, codenamed “Stealth V”. Nothing stealthy about this device, it’s bringing
More images of Samsung’s super-charged Galaxy Tab have surfaced on the web. Apparently an iAndroid forum stalker took these photos (he sent them to Engadget). The individual said the device was
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam is doing his part to rally excitement for Android phones and tablets. Big Red’s boss was recently at the Reuters Global Technology Summit where he divulged
These days, you can never take a customer service rep at their word; most have no idea what they’re talking about. However, that doesn’t mean their words can’t excite you.
With the Nexus One headed to Verizon and Vodafone in the coming weeks, customers on other networks are starting to wonder if and when they’re provider will be offering the
Neowin, with help from their inside informant, reported that Verizon will be getting the Nexus One on March 23rd. With the CDMA version of the phone spotted passing through the
Remember that camera-shy Motorola from a few weeks ago?Â Well, it’s back and this time it’s ready to face the camera.Â Not only that, we’ve got some fun details to
Check your Sunday newspapers this coming weekend.Â There might be an ad somewhere in there for the new Sprint dual-mode CDMA/WiMAX modem.Â Set to launch for $150, this will be
John Garcia, Sprint’s CDMA leader has decided to leave the company.Â In his absence, Bill Morgan, SVP of brand management will report to Dan Hesse. The CDMA portion of Sprint