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AT&T Also Sending Out Stagefright Patch For Samsung Handsets

08/05/2015, Sprint may have been the first carrier in the country to start rolling out the security fix for Stagefright vulnerability but it’s certainly not going to be the only one. AT&T has now started rolling out an over-the-air update for several...

Sprint Releases Stagefright Fix For Nexus And Samsung Devices

08/05/2015, You might have heard about Stagefright recently, it’s a relatively new vulnerability discovered in Android that can allow an attacker to gain control of a device remotely by simply sending a video in a MMS message. Google recently confirmed that it...

T-Mobile Is Now The Third Largest U.S. Carrier

08/04/2015, There is no doubt that T-Mobile wants to be right up there with the big boys, the Verizons and AT&Ts of the world, but for that to happen it had to overtake Sprint first which held third place. Following a failed acquisition bid by AT&T in 2011...

Sprint Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.1.1 Update Brings Stagefright Fix

08/03/2015, Sprint has released a new update for Galaxy Note 4 today which brings up the device from Android 5.0 to Android 5.1.1. Aside from bringing all of the improvements that are part and parcel of Android 5.1.1 this update also brings a critical security...

Boost Mobile Sells OneTouch Conquest That Is Water-Resistant

07/30/2015, Boost Mobile, which so happens to be under the Sprint umbrella, has started to kick off sales of a spanking new Android-powered smartphone that hails from the manufacturing lines of Alcatel. Known as the Alcatel OneTouch Conquest, what separates this...

Sprint Launches The ‘Best Plan For Families’

07/29/2015, T-Mobile has been in the headlines a lot recently due to the fact that it has made some significant announcements and it looks like Sprint is not too happy with its rival hogging the limelight, which is why the country’s third largest mobile carrier...

Sprint Galaxy Note 5 Specs Give Some Hope For MicroSD Slot Fans

07/22/2015, It was reported a couple of weeks back that Samsung is going to conduct an event in New York on August 12th to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and while the company hasn’t confirmed that as yet it appears that Samsung might do this...

Sprint Expands Direct 2 You To Dallas, Detroit, Tampa and Washington

07/14/2015, Sprint has announced the expansion of its Direct 2 You service to four more metropolitan areas which include Dallas, Detroit, Tampa and Washington, D.C. This is a novel service by Sprint which sends a wireless sales representative to the customer so that...

Sprint’s Galaxy Note Edge Sweetened With Android 5.1 Lollipop

07/13/2015, You know what they say – better than never, although in the world of technology where everything moves at an extremely fast speed, being last to the game, or late, might be fatal. It looks like it is finally the turn for Sprint’s Galaxy Note Edge...

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Arrives July 10 On Sprint

07/07/2015, If you’re looking for a phone that won’t break the bank, you might be interested to learn that the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime has officially been announced for Sprint’s network and come 10th of July, you can expect to get your hands on it. The...

Sprint Releases Software Updates For Galaxy S5 And Galaxy Note 4

07/06/2015, Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 owners on Sprint will receive an update notification today as the carrier is rolling out a new build for both devices. There’s not much to expect with this build as it’s an incremental update nevertheless it does...

Sprint Backtracks On 600Kbps Cap On Their “All-In” Plan

07/01/2015, In the latest move by Sprint, it looks like the company is pulling an Apple and has announced that they will be doing away with the 600Kbps speed cap that was originally part of the company’s recently announced All-In plan. Just yesterday, Sprint...

Sprint’s All-In Plan Will Cap Video Streaming At 600Kbps

06/30/2015, As you might have heard, Sprint has recently announced their new All-In phone plan which is basically priced at $80 a month and gives users unlimited calls, text, and data, which we suppose kind of flies in the face of the recent $100 million fine that...

Sprint’s $50 iPhone Plan Phased Out To Go ‘All-In’

06/30/2015, Sprint today announced that it is doing away with its $50 iPhone plan in favor of an all new plan that it calls “All-In,” the idea behind this plan is to be upfront with customers about the charges that they have to pay for the wireless...