Today HTC introduced possibly the best version of its flagship HTC One (M8) that few people will get to experience because it’s a Sprint exclusive. Read on for more!
If you are looking into buying a new phone, it seems best to continue buying one with a contract attached. Specifically, if you are a customer of AT&T or Verizon Wireless, it is in... fact cheaper over the life of a two-year contract when compared to full-price.
As the Wall Street Journal reports:
Under a traditional contract with Verizon Wireless on a plan that inclu...
Apparently, the cell phone industry is now trying their best to tap into the emerging market of… 5-year-olds? On Friday, Sprint introduced the WeGo, which is a cellphone that is designed for kids from the age of 5 to 12.
Over the past few weeks, test builds of Android 4.4.3 surfaced online, hinting that Google is readying a maintenance update. Sprint may be rolling out the Android 4.4.3 update for the Nexus 5 starting today, as its support page indicates.
A new report from analyst firm New Street Research says that T-Mobile and Sprint will have to merge lest one of them is forced to fold. Read on for more!
When Samsung first announced the Galaxy S5 one of the big software features it touted was Download Booster, a feature that uses both Wi-Fi and LTE to make downloading files faster, but as with so many things, most U.S. carriers block the feature on their versions of the phone. Read on for more!
HTC One (M8) owners on Sprint’s network will be happy to know a new update has started rolling out, bringing HTC’s promised Extreme Power Saving Mode.
In a move that is strangely reminiscent of a certain “uncarrier” campaign, Sprint is offering you up to $650 to leave your current carrier and switch to their Framily plan.
Sprint continues it’s public assault against AT&T and Verizon by now telling rural wireless companies to “fight back” against a “duopoly [that] is taking over our country, America.”
The Communications Workers of America say that Sprint Corp. could owe $4.5 million in back pay to the recently laid off workers. Sprint would owe an average of about $3,100 in back pay to the call center workers and also would be obligated to continue benefits for its former employees through May 17.