Wow. Looks like 3 of the 4 major U.S. Carriers – Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T – have delayed their launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III. We’re getting scattered
According to some users on Sprint, emails have been trickling down that they will be getting their orders soon. 16GB models are (hopefully) going to be popping up for users
Have one of the new Evo 4G LTE devices? If you do, chances are, you’ve been having issues with Google Wallet. Lockouts and inability to install the app at all
LG is getting ready to launch their best smartphone ever, and people are actually calling it a “superphone”. I am talking about the LG (say what!?) Eclipse, which was leaked
Sprint has recently announced more plans to decommission their iDEN network. They have now said that they have selected vendors throughout the country to remove Sprint’s equipment from cell towers
Yesterday, the FCC announced that a new deal had been struck: the u.S. State Department had come to an agreement with the Mexican government over the use of various spectrum
A source of BriefMobile has leaked some images of a new device from LG, headed to Sprint. The “Snapshot” (how appropriate), also known as the LG LS730, should be coming
Yesterday, all four major USA carriers officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S III – one of the most anticipated Android devices to date. They all will be launching it soon
Priced at $199 (16GB), the Galaxy S III goes up for pre-order on June 5, with a launch date of June 21.
Priced as low as $199, the Galaxy S III begins deploying later this month.
The wait is finally, and officially, over for Sprint’s flagship Android handset.
With Android devices that start at a penny, Amazon has plenty to choose from for dads and grads.
Sprint recently took to their forum to announce that they’ve stopped offering the 5GB/$29.99 Mobile Hotspot plan. Effectively last Friday (May 18) the carrier began offering two new options in
The delay is over and things are back on track for Sprint’s new flagship Android.