Category: Carriers

  • [UPDATED] Apple’s iPhone 5 – Official Specifications!

      The countdown is over. See our updates below for the IPhone 5 specifications. There are rumors already circling stating that it’s just going to be called the iPhone 5. Do you think so? We will find out shortly for sure. There have been numerous leaks ahead of Wednesday’s event, from individual components like screen […]

  • Samsung Galaxy Note II unveiled but no carrier announcement

    Just a couple of days ago Samsung made an announcement in their Press Release of the Samsung Galaxy Note II and created an interesting video for you to watch. Watch the hands on Youtube video by Samsung here. Of course, they did not even mention what carrier may be getting it. We know that T-Mobile […]

  • This just in – Hot topics around the forums

    Let’s take a look at what topics are popular in the forums in case you may have missed them. PPCGeeks users have a lot to talk about but we would like to point out a few hot topics. If you have been out for a while, this is a great way to get started and catch […]

  • Androids numbers increase while Apples numbers decrease

    Today in the technology news section on ABC the International Data Corporation (IDC) reported figures for worldwide smartphone unit sales and market shares in the 2nd quarter of 2012. The IDC is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the  information technology, telecommunications and consumer technology markets. They gathered the information based on operating […]

  • New Launch Date of HTC EVO 4g LTE and One X MIGHT be 5-23-12

    Inside Sprint Now is now reporting that it looks like the new launch date for the EVO lte and One x could be the 23rd of this month. Obviously, this is not set in stone and there are a couple of  things that could sway that date either way but it is nice to think that […]

  • Could a “Pick and Pack” policy keep you from cancelling a pre-order?

    Apparently Sprint has a “Pick and Pack” policy that is not allowing customers who pre-ordered the HTC EVO lte to cancel. This would be to avoid the product being shipped while the order is being cancelled.  It is my understanding that “Pick and Pack” means that the item has already been placed in a box […]

  • Now the Wait Begins for all the HTC Evo 4g LTE Pre-Orders

      If you have been around the various forms you will see a frenzy forming. Rumor has been that pre-orders for the Evo Lte would be shipping out tonight at 11 pm and pre-order customers are concerned. Why? Well, because Sprint hasn’t really updated any order information for their customers. Worry is setting in that […]

  • Sprint and Samsung to Showcase the Sprint Galaxy Nexus

    Sprint has been sending out flyers in hopes to generate a lot of interest in what it hopes to be one of its new flag ship devices the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. With the Samsung Galaxy S3 on the horizon I am not convinced that many will jump from there current device to the Nexus, but […]

  • Sprint Won’t Be Launching Any New WiMAX Devices

    Sprint was one of the first carriers to push “4G” when they announced their WiMAX network. One of their hottest selling phones was the HTC Evo 4G. Now that almost every other carrier has announced their dedication to LTE for 4G, Sprint has been making the switch to LTE as well. Today, Bob Azzi, Senior VP of Networks, announced that Sprint will no longer be launching any new WiMAX phones to the market. Previously, Sprint has said that it would release WiMAX devices through 2012. Read more…

  • US Cellular Debuts LTE w/ Samsung Tablet & Galaxy Phone

    US Cellular announces their plans for their 4G LTE network today. At launch, it will cover the cities of Milwaukee, Madison and Racine in Wisconsin, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Davenport in Iowa, Portland and Bangor, Maine, Wichita Falls, Texas, Lawton, Oklahoma and Greenville, North Carolina. The first two devices available will be a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and a Samsung Galaxy S Aviator. There’s no pricing available yet and their LTE network will be launching in March.

  • Sprint Updates Coming For HTC Evo 4G, HTC Design 4G, and Samsung Epic 4G

    In the next few days, Sprint will be rolling out some updates for these devices. Most are pretty minimal. The “Security Update” could be to remove the controversial CarrierIQ software. Here’s what’s included in the updates…

  • Super Bowl will stream live online and to Verizon phones for the first time

    The NFL announced that NBC will stream the 2012 Super Bowl live, for free, to the web and Verizon smartphones. This is nothing new for the network, either. It already streams its “Sunday Night Football” telecasts online and to Verizon phones. NBC expects a hearty response for the Feb. 5 showdown in Indianapolis. NBC will also […]

  • Carrier IQ and others facing lawsuit, lawmakers seek FTC probe

    Earlier this week we wrote about the Carrier IQ ordeal, we should have know it was only a matter of time with all the media hype and internet buzz before this whole thing started getting out of hand. Senator Al Franken is demanding the company provide details about what data it collects and how it’s used and […]

  • Sprint Drops Mobile Broadband Data Prices

      Sprint, being the 3rd largest US Carrier is always looking for a way to undercut Verizon and AT&T, has just announced two new mobile broadband data plans that give you more bang for your buck. Customers can now play with 6GB of data per month for $49.99, while the truly adventurous can have 12GB […]

  • LightSquared wants to be America’s dumbest pipe

        Yup, you heard that right. LightSquared took to the stage this wendsay during the Open Mobile Summit to outline their goals going forward as a national provider of 4G LTE service. “We want to be the dumbest wireless broadband pipe. No intelligence in our network. None. Zero.” said  LightSquared CEO Sanjiv Ahuja in his […]

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