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Sprint introduces Sierra Wireless Overdrive Pro 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot

03/17/2011, Sprint has just added a new addition to its lineup of mobile hotspot devices. Called the Wireless Overdrive Pro from Sierra, this mobile hotspot gives Sprint users 3G/4G connectivity to their WiFi devices. A successor to the first Overdrive Pro, this new...

Motorola Atrix and Xoom rumored to land on Sprint

03/17/2011, The folks over at Android and Me have posted up an interesting rumor today – according to their source, Motorola’s laptop/smartphone hybrid, the Atrix; and their Honeycomb (Android 3.0) tablet, the Xoom; will be headed to Sprint’s network...

Skype completely removed from HTC ThunderBolt?

03/16/2011, When the HTC Thunderbolt was first announced, one of its main features was its ability to support Skype video calls. But as we got closer to the release of the device, Verizon mentioned that Skype wouldn’t be ready in time for its launch. And now,...

LG G-Slate given a video preview

03/16/2011, A girl named theofficialLGgirl who was recently chosen to shoot an advertisement for LG’s upcoming G-Slate tablet on T-Mobile, was given her own G-Slate after the shoot, and she recently posted up a video showing off her experience with the tablet....

HTC Thunderbolt finally has an official release date

03/15/2011, For all you folks clamoring to get your hands on the HTC ThunderBolt – great news. You’ll be able to purchase Verizon’s first 4G LTE phone starting this Thursday. Verizon has officially announced the long-awaited/delayed phone that was...

AT&T confirms that 4G upload speeds are slow due to testing

03/11/2011, Not too long ago, we reported about AT&T throttling the upload speeds of their 4G devices. Some investigation has been done, and AT&T has come clean about the situation. Apparently the carrier wasn’t “throttling” the upload...

T-Mobile to release LG Optimus 2X as G2X?

03/11/2011, According to speculations online, the LG Optimus 2X will be making its way over to this side of the world – and will be sold by carrier, T-Mobile and will be rebranded as the G2X. And that’s not the biggest part of the news. Apparently T-Mobile...

T-Mobile HSPA+ available in 5 new markets

03/11/2011, Great news for folks looking to hop onto T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network – T-Mobile has just announced the addition of 5 new markets to join “America’s Largest 4G Network”. The 5 new locations that can now access their 21Mbps network...

LG Revolution passes through the FCC

03/09/2011, It sure looks like every other 4G phone other than Verizon’s “first” 4G phone has been making any progress from initial announcement to becoming a reality. A new LG phone called the Revolution has just passed the FCC, leaving HTC fans...

Samsung Stealth spotted in the wild

03/08/2011, The Samsung Stealth, or the Android phone formerly known as the SCH-i520, made its debut at CES at the beginning of the year, and paid a visit to the FCC not too long ago. Well now, it has been spotted in the flesh and apparently it will be arriving...

HTC Thunderbolt to be released next week?

03/08/2011, After the countless delays and missed release dates, the HTC Thunderbolt on Verizon is starting to look more like the dream phone that nobody will ever get their hands on. But according to a recently discovered Verizon chart, the answer to the 4G LTE...

EVOtainment System – when one Wii controller isn’t enough

03/08/2011, If you fancy playing video games on your Sprint EVO 4G but can’t stand using the touchscreen controls, you don’t have too many options to solve the problem. Since the EVO 4G doesn’t have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, you won’t be...

HTC EVO View 4G trademark filed by HTC

03/08/2011, HTC has recently filed for a new trademark application to register the name HTC EVO View 4G. Sounds familiar? That’s because it’s the name of one of the leaked devices recently rumored to arrive on Sprint’s network. This trademark adds...

3 new Sprint Android devices named?

03/08/2011, According to some anonymous tipsters online, Sprint will be releasing 3 new Android devices sometime this year, and the names of those devices have been discovered. After some investigation, done by the folks over at Android Police, they seem pretty sure...