Looking to go the dirt-cheap route for an Android smartphone? This should suffice.
We just got word from Best Buy advising that they will be discounting all of Sprint’s EVO product line for the next few days. Starting today (March 1) and running
Vice president of Google Wallet and Payments, Osama Bedier, indicated this week that Sprint Nextel plans to expand Google Wallet support across “at least 10 additional phones” this, starting with
There were some fantastic announcements this week at MWC, there’s no denying. Those keeping track may have noticed a curious silence on the Sprint end of things however, particularly from
Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy SII always seems to be left in the dark. Whether it’s official updates from Sprint or Samsung, there is hardly ever any mention of
Why bother waiting until your two year service agreement is up just to get that discounted handset when Sprint will let you do it now? According to SprintFeed, the Now
Those with rooted handsets and Google Wallet are advised to take extra precaution.
Sprint’s latest tablet brings very respectable hardware at a price that’s hard to refuse.
There’s no better way to start the week than with a blurry photo and information about a new upcoming Android smartphone. The device in the photo above is supposedly the
Are you looking for unlimited LTE data on Google’s latest flagship phone? If you answered, “heck yes” (like myself), you can now register for information updates for Sprint’s iteration of
Koush, well-known developer and man of Android magic, has just released the beta of his new touch recovery. No more volume up / volume down / power to control what
Will Sprint find success with the ZTE Optik’s price point and features?
Well this is quite interesting. We heard earlier that Sprint’s Evo View 4G is reaching the end of life, which begs the question of what Sprint will do to stay
‘Parting is such sweet sorrow’ seems to fit here. We all know nothing lasts forever in the world of mobile technology. We’ve gotten word from our friends over at Sprint
We learned from Android Central yesterday that the HTC EVO 3D was set to see an updated firmware which included the removal of Carrier IQ’s software. The controversial feature has