09/29/2010, Users who have noted that their Samsung Epic 4G speeds while uploading using Sprint’s 3G Now Network were capped at a paltry 150 kbps should look for an update this week that should alleviate that problem. According to user dshoem01 on Sprint’s support forum, the update will begin rolling out on September 30th and will continue over four days so don’t panic if you aren’t among the first to get […]
09/29/2010, Sprint announced today that it will be the first U.S. carrier to be offering the Motorola ES400S EDA, which stands for Enterprise Digital Assistant. While Motorola’s consumer division is rapidly rolling out Android-based smartphones, the enterprise division is still working on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile products that will target corporate and vertical markets. The rugged EDA could be obtained for $499.99 for qualifying business customers at the end of October, or […]
09/28/2010, We do know that an internal Sprint database leak has pointed to the existence of the BlackBerry Style 9670, and today there is also a video which you can view in the extended post on just how the BlackBerry Style 9670 will look like. Most of the time, database slips occur weeks before there is an official product release, so chances are pretty good that the Style 9670 will make […]
09/27/2010, RIM has yet to make the BlackBerry Style 9670 known officially to the masses, but that doesn’t mean the smartphone does not exist. It has already appeared in Sprint’s internal systems which will further confirm the fact that it will only be a matter of a few weeks before the BlackBerry Style 9670 is announced, taking another two more months or so for it to be released. Of course, you […]
09/23/2010, In a keynote address by Sprint CEO’s Dan Hesse on Wednesday, he mentioned that Sprint might have to switch from fixed to tiered rates for their 4G service. This is only if people start overusing their unlimited data service, which they will monitor closely from now on. “We can offer unlimited data, as long as usage on the network is reasonable,” he said. “But if I have an all-you-can-eat buffet, […]
09/21/2010, While the entire San Francisco Bay Area, the metropolitan area including and surrounding the city of San Francisco, won’t be seeing WiMax live on their devices today, residents of the city of San Francisco itself woke up to a nice surprise from Sprint as the 4G carrier has already soft-launched WiMax services. That means that users who have an Overdrive, Epic 4G, or EVO 4G smartphone from Sprint can tune […]
09/20/2010, A bit late to the party, but at least not the last, AT&T have announced that they will be rolling out 4G LTE coverage beginning mid-2011. With Sprint currently being the only carrier to offer 4G (WiMax, not LTE) in the United States, AT&T has finally caught caught on and isn’t planning to let them monopolize the 4G wireless market. The first city to get AT&T 4G will be Dallas, […]
09/19/2010, We already know that Samsung’s freshly-launched Galaxy Tab Android tablet will be hitting all major US carriers and now whispers are going around of the possible launch date of this device on the carriers. While the exact dates weren’t mentioned, the rumor claims that AT&T will be the first in the race, shipping the tablet in mid-October; Verizon’s EVDO model will be arriving in early November; Sprint’s Galaxy Tab will […]
09/17/2010, If you’re the impatient type who can’t wait for Sprint and Samsung to roll out a firmware update over the air for the Epic 4G to hit, the update file’s been uploaded over at Android Central where there are instructions to manually perform the update. Although Android 2.2 Froyo isn’t provided by the update, the update does bring compatibility for Samsung’s Media Hub, where users will be able to purchase […]
09/16/2010, Sprint has taken another significant step to advancing the coverage of its 4G WiMAX network with the announcement that Nashville, Tennessee has been added to the many cities that now offer Sprint’s speedy 4G connection. With that in mind, if you’re rocking a Samsung Epic 4G or HTC EVO 4G in the area, do give the data connection a try and let us know what kind of speeds you’re experiencing.
09/15/2010, Word is out that a Windows Phone 7-powered LG phone will be hitting Sprint’s 4G network and will be the first non-Android phone to run on Sprint’s WiMAX network. It wasn’t explicitly mentioned which phone this could be, but based on existing leaked information, the possible candidate would be the LG Apollo, also known as the E900, which should support CDMA and EVDO for Sprint’s network, though there hasn’t been […]
09/15/2010, Just a day after Verizon Wireless released the BlackBerry Curve 3G, today we have Sprint rolling out the same 9330 model as well to provide would-be subscribers with more options. Available from September 26th onwards, the BlackBerry Curve 3G can be picked up via Sprint’s direct ship sales channels for $49.99 with a new two-year contract. Just to recap, the BlackBerry Curve 3G comes with 512MB flash memory, a microSDHC […]
09/13/2010, While 4G Wi-Max isn’t officially rolled out yet in Los Angeles nor New York, residents of either metropolitan domains can still access Clear’s infrastructures through a soft launch. This early pre-launch will give limited access, in terms of speeds, to customers toting an EVO 4G or Epic 4G on Sprint to the 4G network while more infrastructure is being added to accommodate the densely populated cities.
09/13/2010, Sprint has further expanded its phone offerings to include the Sanyo Innuendo, which is somewhat similar to the Incognito in terms of form factor thanks to its horizontal-flip, full-QWERTY keyboard. Not only that, the Innuendo comes with a concealed external dial pad which will glow through the handset’s luxurious mirrored finish, disappearing and getting out of the way conveniently whenever it is no tin use. The 2.8-inch internal display and […]