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Sprint is one of the major wireless carriers in the USA. It uses a mix of CDMA, WiMax and LTE Networks as the backbone of its infrastructure. The company's network is also used by third parties and mobile virtual operators like Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and Assurance Wireless. Sprint has about 55M subscribers.

Sprint U1901 WiMAX USB modem

08/11/2010, When you realize that the Sprint U1901 is a WiMAX USB modem, chances are you will ask yourself – does it work outside of a WiMAX blanket? The sad answer is no, which is more or less unthinkable these days. This means whenever you roam outside of a...

webOS 1.4.5.1 update to arrive on Sprint phones today?

08/10/2010, While Sprint did post a changelog for the webOS 1.4.5.1 update, it more or less confirms that the update will be released today – although it has yet to be confirmed whether the release has hit Sprint handsets already. Do leave a comment if your...

Verizon Palm Pre Plus Wi-Fi Chip Swapped Into Sprint Palm Pixi

07/26/2010, One of the main complaints that users have with Sprint’s Palm Pixi is the lack of Wi-Fi, and some clever folks out there have decided to take things into their own hands, and ripped the radio board off a Verizon Palm Pixi Plus, and transplanted it...

Sprint HTC EVO 4G OTA Update Bricking The Phone?

06/29/2010, Some bad news for HTC EVO 4G owners has surfaced. While there might have been some cause to celebrate as Sprint released an OTA (over-the-air) update for the device, many users are reporting that the update actually bricked their device. It’s...

Sprint 3G/4G 250U USB WWAN modem ships

06/22/2010, Sprint has started to ship its 3G/4G 250U USB WWAN modem that will offer full channel availability by the time mid-July rolls around, and is the first device from Sprint that boasts native dual-mode support in OS X to keep Mac owners smiling from ear to...

Clear Introduces New 4G Modem And Routers

06/17/2010, Clear has announced some new 4G networking hardware, and if you’re using a Mac, you’ll be happy to know that these devices offer Mac support too. The first is the 4G+ Mobile USB, a dual 3G and 4G modem that allows users to fall back on an EVDO...

HTC EVO 4G Having Glass Separation And Light Leakage Issues?

06/14/2010, While the HTC EVO 4G got off to a flying start, some bad news has been trailing the device recently, and now some users are complaining that the device is suffering from glass separation issues, leading to possible light leakage. Apparently the glass on...

HTC EVO 4G Limited To 30FPS Only?

06/12/2010, You might not have noticed this if you aren’t a developer, but reports are going around an artificial limit has been imposed on the screen refresh rate of the recently released HTC EVO 4G. According to the complaints, performance is limited to 30FPS...

EVO 4G Review

06/05/2010, EVO 4G Review - This is in in-depth review of the Sprint HTC EVO 4G Android smartphone, we'll tell you how it feels to use one of these in the real world.

Sprint’s Android Customizations Deemed To Compromise Security

06/03/2010, This certainly isn’t going to be the type of news that Sprint wants on the eve of its HTC EVO 4G launch, but what has happened has happened. A source who managed to gain root access to the HTC EVO 4G has had some rather unpleasant things to say...

HTC EVO 4G User Manual Available On Sprint Support Site

06/03/2010, Sprint’s highly anticipated HTC EVO 4G WiMAX phone is just a day away, and if the video commercial didn’t whet your appetite enough, the user manual has now surfaced on Sprint’s support site for your viewing pleasure, giving you...

Sprint Releases Promotional Video Of The HTC EVO 4G

06/03/2010, Can’t wait to get your hands on the HTC EVO 4G on June 4th? You can bet many folks out there are waiting too, but while you might not be able to get the device early, Sprint has released a video commercial on the device, reminding you that...

ECS Portable Wireless WiMAX Router At Computex

06/02/2010, Portable WiMAX routers aren’t all that common when compared to portable 3G routers, though we do have the Sprint Overdrive. But with WiMAX technology becoming more common in various areas, it’s good to see companies such as ECS come up with...