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Sprint To Offer Windows Phone 8 Devices From Samsung And HTC

01/07/2013, Gee, that was fast. Sprint was previously caught displaying a support page that seemed to hint the debut of Windows Phone 8. However, we were left with no word from the carrier whether or not Microsoft’s mobile OS is indeed coming. This afternoon is...

Sprint Support Page Says Windows Phone 8 Is “Coming Soon”

01/07/2013, At the moment one can pick up a Windows Phone 8 device from carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, but if you’re a Sprint subscriber looking to hop aboard the Windows Phone bandwagon, well tough luck – or maybe not. Thanks to an update on...

Sprint Offers Pay As You Go Service From January 25th Onwards

01/03/2013, While most of us out there would settle for a full contract for a smartphone in order to get the kind of steep discount that would normally not be applied if one were to pick up an unsubsidized and unlocked handset, there are others who do not need that...

Sprint’s Sonim XP Strike Announced

12/19/2012, Sprint has just announced that their most rugged Sprint Direct Connect device to date, the Sonim XP Strike, where it will boast of features such as instant call setup time on domestic push-to-talk calls, in addition to international coverage to Latin...

Sprint Connectivity To mBed Microcontroller Shown at GDGT

12/17/2012, At the recent GDGT SF event, Sprint was demonstrating how it could connect an mBed platform reference design (basically a small computer) to their wireless network using a simple USB modem. The mBed microcontroller is connected to, and controls an iRobot...

Sprint to acquire Clearwire for $2.2 billion

12/17/2012, Earlier today we reported on how Softbank had capped Sprint’s bid on the acquisition of Clearwire, reportedly only allowing Sprint to offer a maximum amount of $2.97 per share to purchase the remaining shares in Clearwire that they currently do not own....

Softbank caps Sprint’s bid on Clearwire

12/17/2012, As some of you guys have heard, Japanese carrier Softbank is looking to acquire a 70% control in Sprint. At the same time it seems that Sprint is also interested in acquiring Clearwire, whom Sprint currently owns 50.45% in. According to reports, Sprint is...

Sprint iPad mini On Sale Today

11/15/2012, Sprint will start to sell the iPad mini as well as latest generation of iPads from today onwards at their retail stores, so if you have been waiting for the longest time to walk into one of the brick-and-mortar Sprint stores to touch and hold one of these...

Sprint ZTE Flash officially announced

11/14/2012, With a moniker as fast as a speeding bullet, Sprint’s finally announcing it. It’s been a long time coming, yet Sprint finally announced the ZTE Flash, an affordable smartphone toting 4G LTE powers. The ZTE Flash is powered by a 1.5GHz...

Sprint to offer Windows Phone 8 devices in 2013

11/13/2012, 2013 is going to mark the first time that Sprint, one of the big four US carriers, will be offering smartphones that run on the Windows Phone 8 platform – which means it would have lost out to its rivals in this particular market. Sprint mentioned...

Sprint Flash headed your way soon

11/01/2012, The ZTE Flash is not dead and buried, but on the contrary, it is making its way to Sprint. Right now, it is not called the ZTE Flash due to sensitivities in the US market (remember how the government was recommended to drop ZTE and Huawei from all...