What an awesome day to make someone happy! We’d like to send a major thank you to the wonderful folks over at Qualcomm for making this giveaway possible. We’d also like to say thank you to everyone that took the time to participate in this contest, making it a great success. With that said, it’s time to pick a winner. Please join us in congratulating: If you.
The latest version of Sprint’s End-of-Life (EOL) listing has arrived and it looks like we’ve got two new players nearing retirement. HTC’s EVO Shift 4G is listed to slow down starting this month, while the white version of the EVO 3D is said to wind down around mid-March. Seeing the Shift here isn’t much of a surprise, but any version of the EVO 3D comes as a bit.
With over 76,000 test calls logged in, Sprint’s Direct Connect has exceeded expectations in call setup time, push-to-talk latency and call success rates, surpassing Sprint’s existing iDEN push-to-talk service. With testing conducted in 17 markets, senior vice president Bob Azzi said that the results are “conclusive validation of Sprint’s sustained push-to-talk leadership.”.
At one time business partners, Comcast has now filed a lawsuit against Sprint claiming that the Now Network is infringing on four of their patents. Filing the suit in a Pennsylvania court on February 17th, the cable provider is seeking an undisclosed amount of punitive damages. For details on the alleged infringements, check out the filings listed after the break.
Earlier today Twitter rolled out an update for both Android and iOS versions of their mobile app. The ability to swipe from your timeline for a quick reply, retweet, favorite or share is being reintroduced for both platforms, as well as an enhancement to “Find friends.” In addition to these mutual changes, both versions have received their own unique tweaks. For more details,.
Long before RIM and WiMAX became waist deep in trouble, the BlackBerry PlayBook had a 4G future at Sprint. After a lackluster first act, the Now Network decided to abandon their plans for a 4G variant of RIM’s lone tablet, opting to carry a Wi-Fi only model instead. Originally one of the most appealing things the PlayBook had to offer was future plans for Android app emulation.
More often than not we’ve found ourselves talking about what our next smartphone purchase will be. However, there’s one specific detail that tends to get left out and that’s where this important transaction will take place. Sure there are Sprint stores everywhere, but do they have the best deals? Always hunting for a bargain, we’d like to know where you normally purchase.
What an awesome day to make someone happy! We’d like to send a major thank you to the wonderful folks over at Qualcomm for making this giveaway possible. We’d also like to say thank you to everyone that took the time to participate in this contest, making it a great success. With that said, it’s time to pick a winner. Please join us in congratulating: If you didn’t.
Over the past few weeks we’ve heard as many iPad 3 rumors as you could possibly imagine. But this time around, the rumor in question comes with photos attached. China based Apple Daily has published what they claim to be a shot of the next iPad, which is said to carry an 8-megapixel rear camera. If this is in fact the real McCoy, we suspect that we’ll find the same Sony-made.
With another lengthy week of Sprint news in the record books, it’s quite possible that you could have missed something. No need to worry, we’ve rounded up the latest happenings concerning the Now Network and listed them below in a nice little package for your viewing pleasure. Sit back, relax and put your phone on the charger, this is the is the REWIND.