Despite a rather large monetary refresher from Sprint, Clearwire’s financial woes haven’t ended quite yet. Earlier this month, Google announced that it would be selling its 29.4 million shares in
Sprint users (my hand is up!), are you tired of the sub-par results you get with WiMax? Well, if you’re in one of the people in a select few markets
HTC is one of the leading smartphone brands in the world and they are offering some amazing devices, especially in the USA. Recently at CES, Verizon Wireless officially announced their
4G! Possibly the biggest buzzword in technology these days… Whats it mean to most people? Ultra fast data connections and we all want it NAO! The reality is carriers are
RC2 of the ever popular series of custom ROMS is available for download! The CyanogenMod team has been busy with numerous improvements lately. We’re talking HTC EVO WIMAX(4G) baby!! yea
Just had to give a quick shout to the EVO 4G users out there. A tweet by Cyanogen tipped us off that it’d be coming, and a tweet by Toastcfh
The self proclaimed #TeamWin crew has given EVO users their very first alpha build of WiMAX for the EVO. This is considered to be a huge breakthrough in the EVO 4G
It has been said that Google was intent on keeping everyone excited this December, and with their releases of Gingerbread, the Nexus S release, ChromeOS’ debut, and the CR-48 shipments
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse was in the hot seat today with Walt Mossberg at the Dive into Mobile conference. When pressed about the carrier’s plans to offer a tiered data plan, Hesse said they aren’t planning to change things up.
Sprint has expanded their 4G network by another six markets today with the addition of Los Angeles, Miami, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio.
We’re starting to see a significant number of emails and questions coming our way about the latest Sprint handset. Rather than trying to answer them all over and over again,
Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC. The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to
At one point during Clearwire’s first quarter earnings call yesterday the topic of WiMAX-capable phones came up. It was mentioned that both Samsung and HTC were expected to release handsets
Sprint has been hard at work rolling out the U.S.’s first 4G wireless network. The new network, based on WiMAX technology, is currently available in a select number of markets,
If screen shots like the one above are any indication, Sprint is gearing up for for the release of their HTC EVO 4G handset. Expected in the “summer” of 2010,