Privus Mobile, who has offered a paid caller ID service via the Market for quite a while, announced a partnership with Sprint that will bring Privus’ features to all of
After a no-show at MWC this year, Sprint is looking to make CTIA all about the new and improved carrier. Promising to “pull back the curtain with the latest in
Citing multiple issues with force closing of apps and not recognizing the microSD card, Sprint it halting the 2.2 update.
What does Sprint have up their sleeve for later this week? Are they teasing us with another Android announcement ahead of next month’s CTIA show?
Sprint has put together a trio of videos to give viewers a front-row seat to their Kyocera Echo announcement from earlier in the week. If you haven’t had a chance to learn about the device yet, now’s your chance!
I have been of a mind since I started writing that there is a purpose for each Android phone that has been made to date; that there are those who
The above video shows the newly announced Kyocera Echo Android powered smartphone from Sprint. It is an interesting concept, a phone that can turn into a “tablet like device” and back. There are a lot of unanswered questions about the Echo, such as battery life for a dual screen device, which are sure to be answered as we get closer to release this Spring.
Fans of the Home Shopping Network who are Sprint customers can rejoice some today as they have announced the release of their HSN themed Sprint ID pack for Android users who have the Transform, the Optimus S or the Zio. A quote from their press release:
AAA releases their renowned “Roadside Assistance” app for Android, making it easier than ever to use your AAA membership without ever having to make a phone call.
On the heels of T-Mobile’s announcement that Vibrant owners will start seeing Froyo this week, Sprint has issued a statement on the status of a Froyo update for its Galaxy
[sprint-logo] Previously reserved for the likes of the EVO 4G, Epic 4G, and new EVO Shift 4G, Sprint’s $10 add-on data feature is coming to all Android phones.
Sprint began airing a revised “Accolades” commercial this week, featuring a brief mention of the new EVO Shift 4G at the end. Touting it as a “smaller EVO with a
Sprint recently shaved $100 of the price of their Galaxy Tab where they now list it at $299.99 with a two-year agreement. That’s a considerable chunk of money for a device that’s but a few months old. There are plenty of reasons as to why Sprint and Samsung might be dropping the price.
We just received an invitation from Sprint for an event being held in New York City on February 7th. As to what exactly is being unveiled or announced isn’t quite clear. Sprint’s playing coy with the wording, promising another “industry first”. CEO Dan Hesse will be in attendance as will magician David Blaine where they will show us that “the impossible is possible”.