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NQ Mobile and Sprint have recently signed an agreement to create the next generation of Sprint ID. For those who don’t know, Sprint ID is a “theme” that the user
Sprint, in an attempt to get an Android in the hands of every grandparent in the country, has released a new ID Pack aimed at seniors. OK, so maybe it’s
Gameloft just dropped us a note to advise that they’ve got a pair of new ID Packs for Sprint consumers. Featuring a number of popular games, wallpapers, widgets, and other
Sprint has unveiled a trio of new Sprint ID Packs today, all of which are packed with games from Glu Mobile. Depending on what kind of gaming interests (family-friendly, casual,
Sprint today announced that the rumored $19.99 Express handset is officially part of their Android lineup. Available as an internet-only model (no retail presence), the ultra-low-cost phone runs Android
Sprint ID recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, and according to Sprint, it has become quite a popular service. Launched last year, Sprint ID gives customers an easy way of customizing
Country Music Television (CMT) has become the latest brand to get its own Sprint ID pack, joining the like of ESPN, MTV, E!, and many more. As is the case
Sprint and Samung have just pulled the wraps off their latest Android handset, the affordable Conquer 4G. As Sprint’s first 4G smart phone to arrive under $100, the Android 2.3-powered
Sprint has announced the release of another ID Pack for their customers, this time centering around pop culture. Called the E! ID Pack, it helps users keep up with the
Today Sprint announced (re-announced) the upcoming LG Optimus S. The Optimus S was originally announced about a month ago at CTIA, and was suppose to be on the shelves on
Well folks, it appears that both the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Samsung Epic 4G will be receiving Sprint ID. Not sure how I feel about this, but I am
Yesterday saw eBay making a pair of Android-related announcements. First up is the release of their new application, eBay Classifieds, which lets users hunt down jobs, sell that old bicycle, or find a pool guy. In fact, what might seem like a one-trick pony app at first glance is rather rich in details.