The pseudo-official has become official, folks! Sprint and HTC have announced the next HTC powerhouse, the HTC EVO 4G LTE. In all honesty, this looks like the biggest announcement since
When Sprint launched the Optimus S, we were somewhat disappointed to learn that it was packing Froyo. It seems someone reminded Sprint that the phone needs an update, as they’re
A set of newly-leaked images have landed online today, giving us a clear look at a handset headed for Sprint and Virgin Mobile. Called the LG Optimus Elite, the specifications
Sprint is completely done with releasing WiMAX 4G devices and is ready to move on to 4G LTE, according to new details hitting the wires today. Speaking at Competitive Carriers Global
New details indicate that the EVO successor will include a massive display, a long-lasting battery, and a kickstand.
Google Voice, which is currently only available to Sprint users (without the $20 charge to port one’s number to Voice), may not be so exclusive for much longer. According to
Just a quick note to those of you looking to grab a new line or upgrade at Sprint – Wirefly has a great deal on for the EVO 3D for
When it was announced, Google Wallet was a sensation. The convenience of paying with a smartphone represented a huge leap in the way we see and use technology. Sadly, the
What will the two announce or demonstrate at the New York event?
The guys over at S4Gru.com say they have Sprint sources that confirm the release of the Sprint Galaxy Nexus to be on April 15th, which is a Sunday. Sources are reporting
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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