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  • Sprint Q2 2012 Earnings: Net Loss Widens To $1.4B, 1.5M iPhones Sold

    Sprint Q2 2012 Earnings: Net Loss Widens To $1.4B, 1.5M iPhones Sold

    U.S. wireless carrier Sprint Nextel has just posted its results for Q2, and while it continues to prepare for a brighter future ahead, it reported a widening net loss of $1.4 billion, with negative EPS of $.46 per share, failing to meet analyst expectations. That’s compared to a net loss of $847 million and a diluted net loss of $.28 per share in the second quarter of 2011. Overall… Read More

  • FreedomPop Teams With Sprint To Broaden Reach Of Its Freemium Internet Service

    FreedomPop Teams With Sprint To Broaden Reach Of Its Freemium Internet Service

    FreedomPop, the ambitious startup devoted to bringing freemium internet to the masses, has been awfully busy lately. The last time they popped up on our radar the company had just put its WiMAX-capable iPhone sleeves on pre-order, but the team has been up to more than just churning out data-friendly cases. In addition to working with Clearwire, FreedomPop announced earlier today that it has… Read More

  • Sprint’s Delayed Galaxy S III Will Be Available On July 1: 16GB For $199, 32GB for $249

    Sprint’s Delayed Galaxy S III Will Be Available On July 1: 16GB For $199, 32GB for $249

    Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S III has been a bit delayed due to some supply shortages, but the carrier has just confirmed that the Galaxy S III will be available in store on July 1. Pre-orders for the 32GB version started shipping yesterday. According to Sprint’s official word (below), only the 32GB version will be available on the web, while the 16GB version requires a visit to… Read More

  • Samsung Galaxy S III Review: This Is The Phone You’ve Been Waiting For

    Samsung Galaxy S III Review: This Is The Phone You’ve Been Waiting For

    The Samsung Galaxy S III is the Android phone of the moment and in many ways it lives up to the hype. Plenty of folks are excited to see this thing hit store shelves. Our take? They won’t be disappointed. Stellar software features paired with a beautiful display and specs that can compete with anything else on the market makes the Galaxy S III nothing short of a total delight. Read More

  • Sprint’s Virgin Mobile Becomes The Second Carrier To Offer A Prepaid iPhone

    Sprint’s Virgin Mobile Becomes The Second Carrier To Offer A Prepaid iPhone

    Poor T-Mobile. It was one thing when the iPhone was only available at AT&T, but then Verizon got it, and then Sprint, and then the bar dropped quite a bit as U.S. Cellular got it, and most recently Cricket Wireless joined ranks offering the iPhone as an unlocked prepaid device. But now, Sprint’s Virgin Mobile has taken on the device, according to the WSJ. Again, poor T-Mobile. Read More

  • HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: I Can’t See Why Not

    HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: I Can’t See Why Not

    The Evo 4G LTE is a fine phone. There certainly aren’t any glaring issues: Sense has been considerably streamlined, and it’s really good at what it was made to do, which is entertain. The design language is a little loud, though maybe that’s what it takes to shake things up in the land of Android. (LAndroid.) But unlike the Evos that have come before it, this latest… Read More

  • HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: Head-To-Head With The iPhone 4S And The Galaxy Nexus

    HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: Head-To-Head With The iPhone 4S And The Galaxy Nexus

    The Evo 4G LTE is one of the best phones to land on Sprint shelves in a while, but that’s not to say it has no competition over at the Yellow carrier. The Galaxy Nexus has propped itself up as the Android phone to beat, while the iPhone 4S is available at the same price: $199. So what will it take to pass up the iPhone and the GalNex for the latest iteration of the Evo line? Read More

  • HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: Initial Impressions (Hands-On Photos)

    HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: Initial Impressions (Hands-On Photos)

    Evo. It’s one of the few HTC/Sprint models to make a splash in the mobile ocean, and after a brief stay at U.S. customs, the latest iteration should do the same. The Evo 4G LTE is the most powerful Evo to date, with a 4.7-inch 720p display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and 1GB of RAM under the hood. But these specs are in no way novel, which means that quite a bit comes down to… Read More

  • Sprint’s Aging iDEN Network Could Go Dark As Soon As June 2013

    Sprint’s Aging iDEN Network Could Go Dark As Soon As June 2013

    Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has been planning to kill off the carrier’s aging iDEN network since 2010, but now Sprint has finally delivered a date for iDEN’s demise. The carrier has just announced that they plan to pull the plug on their iDEN network as soon as June 30, 2013. Thankfully, from the ashes of the company’s near-dead 2G network will rise enhanced 3G service and… Read More

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