T-Mobile is apparently a hot commodity. Way before the Uncarrier push, AT&T tried to buy out the company, which ended up failing. Now Sprint is trying come up with a deal to buy T-Mobile, though with the carrier now in a far better position, it has some leverage in such dealings. But now, it looks ... Read More »
If you’re waiting to pick up an LG G3, AT&T was your best bet at getting the device soonest. AT&T is now selling the G3 online and in stores as expected, with the other carriers set to lag behind. But it looks like Sprint didn’t really feel like keeping to its schedule. Previously planning to ... Read More »
Yep. You read that right. ZTE and Sprint are joining forces to bring the world its first mini projector/mobile hotspot. Evleaks leaked this interesting device last week and now it’s official. Complete with an overly dramatic press release, ZTE is really coming out with the Swiss Army Knife of mobile hotspots. Here’s what the Sprint ... Read More »
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The LG G3 is only a couple of weeks away from making its official debut in the U.S. As many mobile tech lovers know, though, even a couple of weeks can feel like an eternity when you’re excited for a new piece of hardware. Luckily for us, the rumor mill ... Read More »
Sprint’s got a whole mess of news for us today, announcing several bits of network news, a new 30-day guarantee and a new Galaxy S5 variant. There’s a lot to digest, so let’s dive right in.
Samsung is on a roll updating older devices lately. First the US Cellular Galaxy S III got its KitKat update yesterday, and now today, it’s the Sprint Galaxy Note II to get the update. While not quite as old, ... Read More »
Hey HTC One (M7) owners on Sprint and Verizon! How would you like a mid-week pick-me-up to help you over the hump that is Wednesday? Sprint and Verizon are happy to oblige, as they’ve announced ... Read More »
Motorola has said that the follow-up to the Moto X, rumored to be known as the Moto X+1, will make its official debut in the late summer. It looks like the company may not be completely done with ... Read More »
Looks like we can add another carrier to the list of providers that’ll sell the LG G3.
Ting has been allowing consumers to bring inactive Sprint devices onto its service for a while now. Folks with a phone from another carrier haven’t been able to enjoy the same support, but today Ting announced that it’s going to do something ... Read More »