There’s a major iPad announcement coming from Apple today. The internet and the rest of the tech world is pretty much spinning out of control with rumors of possible tech specs and features for the unannounced device. But the biggest question on our minds is, will Sprint be invited to the party? With the pack leading iPad 3/HD rumor being LTE connectivity, many feel that they Now Network’s.
It’s no secret that Apple will be announcing a new iPad tomorrow. However, it remains a major mystery if their latest tablet will find its way to Sprint. Whether it’s the iPad 3, iPad HD, iPad Mini or iPad LTE, we’ll be talking about it and would love for you to join us. The festivities begin tomorrow at 10AM PST. Be there or be square!
Just like their mobile operating system, Google’s Android Market has evolved at a rapid pace. Over the past few years we’ve seen the house that apps built introduce books, movies and music. During this transitional period El Goog’s other folds have seen reasonable levels of growth and it appears that the search engine guru has taken notice and has decided to do something.
Sprint, T-Mobile, DirecTV and others are filing with the FCC to try and put a hold on Verizon’s AWS acquisition. The filing calls Big Red’s planned actions anti-competitive (where have we heard that before?) and not in the interest of the public. The opposing companies are requesting that all transactions be halted until the all legal documentation of this process has been disclosed..
If you were hoping that Apple will announce their new iPad 3 tomorrow, we’d hate to break it to ya, but it ain’t happening. At least that’s what a report from CNET is claiming. It’s being said that Apple’s highly successful tablet series will undergo a bit of a rebranding and that their third-generation iPad will carry the retail name “iPad HD.” .
There’s been a lot of unknown factors surrounding Sprint’s approach to LTE. But as we go along for the ride, there are a few things to consider. One of the biggest questions that comes to mind is, will Sprint charge more for LTE handsets? With the Galaxy Nexus slated to be Sprint’s first LTE smartphone and Verizon charging a hefty $299.99 for it, we’re wondering if.
A majority of the Midwest and Southeast has been getting hammered by an assault of tornadoes throughout Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Kansas, Kentucky, Georgia and Alabama. In an effort to help lighten the load, Sprint has decided to step up to the plate and donate $50,000 to the American Red Cross’ disaster relief efforts, but it doesn’t end there. In addition to their generous donation,.
Last week word had gotten around that the heir to Samsung’s smartphone throne would be seeing an April release. Quickly putting the rumors to bed, Samsung took to Twitter and stated that the Galaxy S III is not releasing in April, pretty much squashing the dreams of many Android enthusiasts. Though it’s great to see a company thwart inaccurate rumors gaining too much steam, but.
Last week we started a bit of an unofficial series (part 1 and 2), which was focused on Sprint’s questionable data situation. Receiving a reasonable response and a flood of emails claiming that Sprint will “soon be ditching unlimited data,” which completely goes against what we’ve heard. We wanted to reach out to the masses and ask if you think unlimited data will.
The final week of February was loaded with oodles of Sprint news, yes oodles. With so much info flying around, it’s kinda hard to pick a few favorite stories of the out of the bunch, but of course we did are best. Listed below are our favorite stories of the previous week. If you missed something big, there’s a fair chance you’ll find it here. Ladies and gents, here comes.