Clearwire, the company rolling out Sprint’s high-speed 4G network, recently released results of its trial network that achieved speeds approaching 100-megabits per second.
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Reuters – Sprint Nextel is planning a service to make it easier for consumers to get what they want from the thousands of applications available for phones based on Google Inc Android.
PC World – Phone geeks in San Francisco should be happy today.
Ben Patterson – June has brought us an embarrassment of smartphone riches, starting with the jumbo-screened, WiMax-enabled HTC Evo 4G on Sprint, followed by the unveiling of the Samsung Captivate for AT&T, the eye-catching Motorola Droid X for Verizon, and the arrival of a little thing called the iPhone 4. Well, turns out we’ve got […]
PC World – Grab your safety goggles, Android fans: It’s time to get all Mr. Wizard on Sprint’s latest Android phone, the HTC EVO 4G.
AFP – US carrier Sprint and Taiwan’s HTC unveiled a new smartphone on Tuesday called the HTC EVO 4G designed to take advantage of faster next-generation wireless technology.
PC World – CTIA Show, Las Vegas — Sprint was kind enough to drive me around Las Vegas showing me the performance of the 4G service it provides over the Clearwire WiMAX network here, and I saw some impressive download speeds.
Sprint has expanded a program for recycling old cell phones, saying it is now allowing customers to trade in any device — regardless of handset maker or carrier — for credits worth as much as $300 that can be used on new service and phone upgrades.
PC World – 4G wireless–which operates at speeds up to 10 times greater than today’s 3G networks–could become a reality for many businesses over the coming year. Sprint, the current 4G leader, says it will introduce its first 4G smartphone before mid-year.
Verizon is the best in customer support, voice and data service but tends to be costly, while Sprint and AT&T ranked the lowest, according to a survey to appear in the January issue of Consumer Reports.