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Lost your phone? Check out the nationwide stolen phone database

04/09/2012, The four largest wireless carriers in the US, AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and Sprint have put their differences aside and worked together alongside the US Government in order to construct and support a database that holds information on lost and...

Sprint’s 4G LTE Service Hits Kankakee, Ill

04/09/2012, Over the next few weeks, Sprint intends on introducing a few phones which will be capable of 4G LTE speeds. However, the only problem here is that those speeds can only be reached if users found their way to Kankakee, a town about 60 miles south of...

Sprint Nexus S 4G receives Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update

04/05/2012, Just as expected, the Nexus S 4G from Sprint has started to receive the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update from today, making it the first Android-powered smartphone from Sprint’s stable to receive this particular operating system update. The...

Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE announced

04/04/2012, Just in case you were wondering why the HTC EVO 4G LTE from Sprint looks so familiar, that is because this is nothing but a version of the HTC One X that was specially meant for the mobile carrier. The release of the HTC EVO 4G LTE from Sprint makes it...

Safely Phone Controls on Android announced

04/04/2012, Safely has just announced their latest app, the Safely Phone Controls that will target the Android platform. This is a digital parenting service that is being distributed in partnership with Sprint, where you can get it from the Google Play store after...

HTC EVO 4G LTE: First Impressions

04/04/2012,   It’s rare for a new smartphone to incorporate one paradigm-shifting enhancement. Two ground-breaking features is as rare as steak tartare. But Sprint’s new HTC EVO 4G LTE, which becomes available for pre-order on May 7 for $199.99,...

HTC EVO One gets the hands-on treatment

04/04/2012, Just yesterday we reported that alleged press shots of Sprint’s upcoming HTC EVO One had leaked, and if you were wondering just how legit they were, it seems that the good folks at Android Life have managed to get an exclusive hands-on with the device....

HTC EVO One for Sprint gets pictured?

04/03/2012, A while back we reported that a HTC One device could be headed Sprint’s way in the form of the HTC EVO One (codenamed Jewel). Not much is known about the device save for its rumored specs, but thanks to the good folks at Pocket Now, an alleged press...

Samsung Galaxy Nexus training slides from Sprint leaked

04/03/2012, A couple of days ago, we reported that Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus had been rumored for a mid-April launched. It looks like those rumors may very well pan out thanks to a bunch of allegedly leaked training slides that shows the carrier prepping their customer...

Sprint launches AAA ID Pack

03/30/2012, Sprint has just announced the launch of a new ID Pack for its Android devices. Just in case you don’t know what ID Packs are, they are a collection of apps, widgets, wallpapers, ringtones and themes centered around a theme or specific purpose. These...

Sprint’s LTE coverage plans revealed

03/30/2012, At the moment, only AT&T and Verizon have 4G LTE coverage in the US. However both T-Mobile and Sprint have announced plans for LTE coverage of their own too, and thanks to a coverage map outed at the RCA Expo (snagged by Sascha Segan of PCMag), it...

Sprint Epic 4G Touch receives FCC teardown

03/28/2012, Just in case you were wondering how come the Samsung Epic 4G Touch looks so familiar, that is because this is the Samsung Galaxy S2 version that was specially made for Sprint. I frankly do not like the idea of renaming the same device just because it is...