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  • Boost goes Android with the Motorola i1

    Boost goes Android with the Motorola i1

    Man, I just might switch to Boost. For $50 a month you get unlimited text, talk, and web and you can run your business on an Android-powered Motorola i1. The i1 has an industry-leading 5MP camera, a vivid 3.1-inch HVGA display, and is one of the first devices to feature the new optimized Opera Mini 5 Web Browser. Combined with the Boost Mobile 'Monthly Unlimited' service, with unlimited… Read More

  • Sprint applies pressure, but still bled quite a bit in fourth quarter

    Sprint applies pressure, but still bled quite a bit in fourth quarter

    Over the past few years, Sprint has definitely given itself a facelift and now has excellent pricing plans and some decent handsets. Sadly, things aren't turning around as quickly as Sprint would like since it has been showing some tremendous losses the past few quarters. The fourth quarter, however, shows that Sprint is slowly but surely easing its way to where it wants to be. Read More

  • Target leaks Motorola i776, the ugliest handset ever created

    Target leaks Motorola i776, the ugliest handset ever created

    So, pretend you’re Motorola’s handset division for a second. You’re constantly under fire from the vast majority of the blog-bearing internet for failing to create anything vaguely interesting since 2003 1996. Your future existence relies on the success of two handsets. What do you do? Apparently, you strive to create the ugliest handset the world has seen in a really, really… Read More

  • Moto-i880-Ready-to-Rola

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/Nextel (the Nextel side, see) via Boost (most likely), this larger-than-average handset features MP3 playback with stereo speakers, Bluetooth, a 2.0MP camera, MicroSD, dual color displays, PTT, GPS and WiDEN for fast, fast mobile data. Though this phone hasn't been announced officially, it's been listed as passed via… Read More

  • Boost Asks "Where You at?" Loopt Answers

    Boost Asks "Where You at?" Loopt Answers

    Boost Mobile, the hip-hop-themed pre-paid service from Sprint Nextel, has the tagline “Where you at?” This grammatically frightening phrase now has meaning, as Boost has partnered with Loopt to launch a mobile friend finder. Just download the little Java app to your phone, set permissions, add your like-Boosted friends who’ve done the same and you’ll all be able to find… Read More