While many of us dream about the future potential of M2M and the internet of things, the reality is that there are many obstacles that stand in the way of this vision. What is the current state of M2M and the internet of things relative to data mining? Where do we stand?
Today Sprint officially confirmed that it is introducing Wi-Fi calling support, though it will initially offer the service for the GS4 Mini and Galaxy Mega.
The Android 4.4 KitKat update is now starting to roll out to Sprint’s network, arriving under the build name L720VPUFNAE. Keep reading to learn more!
The FCC chairman is reportedly highly skeptical about a potential merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. We’ve seen a failed T-Mobile acquisition before, and if early indications hold true, objections from the FCC may stop a new deal as well.
To celebrate their second anniversary as a MVNO, Ting is giving customers a reason to join in the celebration, offering rate changes, including a handful of lower rates across their service levels. The focus is on savings for heavy data usage.
The HTC One Android 4.4.2 KitKat update has now arrived to Sprint, at least for those that manually pull down the update via settings. A wider rollout is expected to start February 11th.
Best Buy giving you a $50 gift card to be used toward the purchase of any new phone, on any plan, with any carrier.
The ZTE Optik 2 budget tablet has now arrived to Sprint’s network priced at $29.99 with a two-year agreement. Keep reading to learn more!
As part of a limited time promotion, Sprint will let existing customers upgrade their handsets early. The only catch is you’ll need to sign up for the new Easy Pay program.
Sprint is reportedly interested in buying T-Mobile, and now it has the support of banks for the transaction. Meanwhile, T-Mobile’s owner operated organization changes that suggest a sale is incoming.