While everyone is busy going nuts celebrating the arrival of Apple’s third-generation iPad, their Silicon Valley rival Google may finally be gearing up to release their first Nexus-branded tablet. Android and Me is reporting that the search giant is partnering with ASUS to introduce their first homegrown tablet. Not much is being revealed here, but it’s being said that El Goog’s.
Not too long ago word broke that an $8 billion plan to buy Metro PCS spearheaded by Dan Hesse was shot down by Sprint’s board. This was met by many mixed reactions, but no one has really taken a look at the possibilities. Could it possibly be to the Now Network’s benefit to buyout the nation’s fifth largest wireless network? Be sure to share your two cents and let us know.
It’s now official like a referee with a whistle! Following an onslaught of reports, Sprint has finally deep-sixed their planned partnership with LightSquared. Not much of a shocker here as the troubled wireless ISP had lost its uphill battle with the FCC over GPS interference issues. As mentioned before this breakup comes with a bit of a prenup that will see Sprint returning $65 million.
We’ve been hearing it, now Engadget is reporting it. Citing a “trusted source,” they’re claiming that Google hasn’t turned its back on the Nexus S 4G and that we can expect an Android 4.0 update in the next few weeks. Hopefully this won’t another Criss Angel Mindfreak like last time. Nexus S owners we’ll do some digging and see what we can come up.
A report from the Wall Street Journal is claiming that Sprint is ready to pull the plug on their 15-year planned partnership with LightSquared. This doesn’t come as much of a surprise as Sprint had already granted the wireless wholesaler additional time to sort things out with the FCC. With this partnership coming to an early end, the Now Network will have to pay back around $65 million.
Do you have an upgrade burning a hole in your pocket that you plan on using in the next few days? If so, you may want to holdout just a little bit longer. Our beloved Super Spies are at it again and this time they’ve come bearing good news. Starting on March 23rd, Sprint will begin targeting select customers that are eligible for an upgrade with an offer of an additional $50 or $75.
It looks like Sprint’s version of the Galaxy Nexus is a few steps closer to becoming a retail reality. Samsung’s SPH-L700 aka Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus has just made its way through the FCC. This definitely keeps Google’s third Nexus device on course for a debut on the Now Network sometime later this year. Aside from a few technical listings, everything else is pretty.
As we continue to wait for Sprint’s LTE to go live, we find ourselves spinning our wheels wondering what type of hardware will follow with the launch of a new network. Sure we know that Google’s Galaxy Nexus is on its way and it’s likely that an LTE iPhone and Galaxy S III are in the pipeline as well, but what about exclusive hardware? As great as these devices sound, they.
Have you picked up a new iPhone and forked out the additional $99 for AppleCare+, only to find out that it’s a tad bit more durable than you expected? Would you like to get that extra money back? Then we’ve got some good news for you! As of March 12th, the AppleCare+ cancellation period has changed from 14 to 30 days. What this means is that you’ll have 30 days from the.
Ranging from customers to shareholders, all the way up to Sprint’s executives, many have started to question Dan Hesse’s leadership skills. Recently we took a look at Sprint’s management and it appears that their board of directors has been playing things close to the vest when it comes to their skipper’s decision making. With Sprint’s Network Vision program.