The concept of time has always amazed me. The fact that a day can take what seems like forever, but a year can go by so quickly. Nine months ago to the day I hit publish on SprintFeed’s first post and here I am writing one of its last. Anniversaries are normally a celebration, but today is bittersweet. I entered this industry determined to make an impact and through this wonderful.
After being snubbed by Apple’s LTE friendly new iPad, some of you may be speculating that Sprint won’t be seeing Apple sixth-generation smartphone. But recent words from Sprint’s chief financial officer Joe Euteneuer suggests that Apple’s first LTE entrant in the smartphone arena will be making its way to the Now Network. During an investor conference, Euteneuer stated.
As Sprint continues to wrestle with financial drama ($1.3 billion net loss in 2011), the Now Network’s commander-in-chief Dan Hesse still managed to see a 31% bump in compensation. A recent regulatory filing spilled the beans revealing that Hesse saw a payout of $11.9 million in 2011, eclipsing his 2010 compensation by a bit over $2 million. In addition to an increase in pay, Hesse.
After the Samsung Epic 4G’s last software update, word broke of the popular slider being plagued with force closes when receiving phone calls. Learning from past mistakes with sluggish software updates, Sprint and Samsung have teamed up and rolled out software version S:D700.0.5S.FC09, which fixes the call bug and adds Sprint Connection Optimizer. If you haven’t received the.
In need of an upgrade, but low on cash? The folks from Wirefly have got quite an intriguing deal going. The mega retailer is currently offering the HTC EVO 3D for the low, low price of nothing to new and renewing customers alike. Sporting a 1.2 dual-core Snapdragon, 3D video capture and a promise for the next run of Android, the EVO 3D isn’t too shabby. However the two-year question.
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With America’s postpaid mobile setup arguably in favor of wireless carriers, has the thought of going prepaid entered your mind? If paying on the upside of $200 to be locked into a two-year commitment with a hefty early termination fee as your only early out doesn’t float your boat, you’re not alone. But as flawed as the postpaid market’s system is, prepaid’s.
The mobile game that virtually spawned a lifestyle has finally made its way to another galaxy. Angry Birds Space has officially gone on sale for both Android and iOS. We hope that you’ve packed a lunch, because there’s a good chance that Rovio’s latest effort will be taking hours away from your social life. If you’re an Android user and the game’s 99 cent price.
After recent backlash from analysts, Sprint’s financial status has been under a microscope. With expensive plans to expand to LTE and a majority owned Clearwire on Sprint’s books, we’re wondering if it would be in the Now Network’s best interest to flat out buy the wireless internet wholesaler? With plans for TD-LTE, Clearwire could possibly be the boost that Sprint.
It’s been a little while since we’ve had a look at Sprint’s End-of-Life (EOL) listing and its latest edition is a bit of a doozy. Making the cut this time around we have the LG Marquee and Motorola PHOTON 4G. The puzzling thing about this bit is that the PHOTON 4G was one of Sprint’s last heavyweight smartphones before taking a high-end hiatus as the company readies.