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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.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Carrier Launch Dates Leaked?

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...

Rumor: LG Making A WP7 WiMAX Device For Sprint?

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...

Sprint offers BlackBerry Curve 3G

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...

Clear Lighting Up LA, NYC With 4G Pre-Launch

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...

Sprint introduces Sanyo Innuendo

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...

HTC Smart2 render shows up

08/26/2010, The rumored HTC Smart2 has been spotted in a render this time round, and is touted to be the second Brew-based handset from HTC, carrying Wi-Fi connectivity and Office Suite – two features that the original Smart lacks. Touted to cost around $210...

Sprint BlackBerry 9330 Mentioned In RIM Support Document

08/25/2010, RIM has accidentally let slip confirmation of the upcoming CDMA version of the BlackBerry Curve 3G for Sprint via a support page (that has since been removed). Before it was pulled, the page mentioned that there was an issue with the BlackBerry Curve 9330...

HTC EVO 4G Suffering From USB Charging Issues?

08/24/2010, HTC’s EVO 4G is not without its own set of problems, and now reports are going around that some users are having trouble charging the device via the microUSB port. According to complaints, the device will either not be able to be charged or will...

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...