Mobile App Search Service Quixey Confirms $60 Million In New Funding

Mobile app search company Quixey, which has been focused on solving the challenges with app discovery, and counts among its customer base names like Ask.com and Sprint, confirmed today it has raised

Why Google’s Plan To Sell Wireless Probably Doesn’t Scare Network Providers

Google is gearing up to sell wireless service directly to customers as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), by acquiring excess network capacity from Sprint and T-Mobile and reselling it to custo

Sprint Says Strict Net Neutrality Rules Won’t Disrupt Its Infrastructure Investments

As you must have heard, if the FCC institutes strict net neutrality regulations, and especially if it uses its authority under Title II of the Communications Act, investment in Internet service infras

Sprint To Replace CEO, Drop Bid For T-Mobile Amid Tough Regulatory Climate

Sprint will drop its efforts to buy T-Mobile amid a hostile regulatory climate and financing difficulties. The prospect of lowering the number of major mobile carriers in the United States from four t

Sprint Asks If Two Useless Things Can Become One Useful One With The LivePro Projector Hotspot

Sprint is taking two devices with questionable utility and mashing them together to create a hybrid pocket projector/mobile hotspot that might actually succeed at making an actual Voltron out of piece

Sprint Announces Spotify Partnership, Unveils HTC One M8 Harman/Kardon Edition Smartphone

Sprint has gathered the NY media today to reveal a new smartphone in collaboration with HTC and Harman/Kardon, as well as a discount partnership with Spotify. Sprint unveiled a partnership with Sp

US Accuses Sprint Of Fraudulently Overcharging Millions For Surveillance Requests

The United States is seeking millions from Sprint for allegedly overcharging authorities for the compensation normally paid for assistance with controversial surveillance programs. Sprint inflated

Regulators Frosty On Possible Wireless Consolidation

Regulators are not enthused about a possible Sprint and T-Mobile U.S. merger agreement, voicing concerns that further consolidation of the market could lead to reduced competition. The New York Times

Sprint Wants To Revive Nextel As A Business Brand, Merge Boost + Virgin Mobile Into ‘Sprint Freedom’

It was only <a target="_blank" href="http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/iden-nextel-national-network-on-schedule-to-shut-down-june-30.htm">six months ago</a> that Sprint decommissioned and shut

U.S. Senator Issues Letter To Top 5 Wireless Carriers Urging Kill Switch Adoption

U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota has today taken up the battle cry of numerous legislators before her, calling for wireless carriers to enable new anti-theft technology on handsets. Accordin

iPhone 5S And 5C Will Still Not Do Simultaneous Data And Voice On Verizon Or Sprint

One of the longest-standing gripes about the iPhone on Verizon and Sprint networks will not change this time around. The new models of iPhone for those carriers will still not enable you to use both v

Freemium Wireless Startup FreedomPop Embraces Sprint’s LTE Network With New Hardware

If there was ever a reason <em>not</em> to use wireless data startup FreedomPop's freemium mobile internet service, it's because you were stuck cruising on Clearwire's pokey WiMAX signals. Not everyon

FreedomPop Raises Another $5 Million To Help Launch Its Freemium Mobile Phone Service

Freemium wireless internet provider (and soon to be wireless carrier) FreedomPop revealed that it has just locked up another $5 million in funding from existing investors DCM Capital and Mangrove Capi

After 9 Months, The Softbank-Sprint Merger Will Be A Done Deal On July 10

It's been nine months since we first caught wind of Softbank's $20.1 billion purchase of a majority stake in Sprint, and the story is finally coming to a close. Japanese mobile carrier Softbank an

Sprint Acquires KC-Based Handmark For Its Mobile App Development And Advertising Shop, OneLouder

Sprint has decided to get deeper into the social and mobile space, announcing today that it has acquired Handmark and its subsidiary OneLouder. The acquisition is meant to beef up its Pinsight Media+

Sprint’s Q1 2013 iPhone Sales Show Flat Growth, Off The Pace Worldwide And At Home

Sprint's Q1 2013 financial results came out this morning, and the news wasn't great overall. Losses continue to accumulate, and total smartphone sales aren't faring very well, either, with just 5 mill

Sprint Losses Continue With $643M Shortfall In Q1 2013, On Negative EPS Of $0.21, And Revenue Of $5.8B

Sprint's Q1 2013 earnings today revealed that although Sprint may have slowed its decline, it's far from out of the woods. Sprint's reported earnings reveal a slight slowdown with losses narrowing

Dish Makes $25.5B Bid For Sprint To Snatch It Out Of Softbank’s Hands

A dramatic turn of events in the ongoing story of U.S. carrier consolidation: Dish Network is <a target="_blank" href="http://about.dish.com/press-release/financial/dish-network-proposes-merger-sprint

Dish Network Chairman Said To Be Seeking A Merger With T-Mobile USA

Say what you will about Dish Networks, but the Colorado company's brass has some moxie. The satellite media service provider has been trying for years now to link up with notable national wireless car

Quixey Partners With Sprint To Power App Search On Sprint’s Android Smartphones & Online Portal

<a target="_blank" href="https://www.quixey.com/">Quixey</a>, the app search startup that signed <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2012/12/04/app-search-company-quixey-to-power-app-search-results-
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