By: t-marco December 21st, 2011
Sprint has made an official announcement regarding sending and collecting private data. They stated that the servers responsible for collecting Carrier IQ data are disabled. Geek.com initially reported that “Sprint has ordered that all of their hardware partners remove the Carrier IQ software from Sprint devices as soon as possible.”
A spokesperson for the carrier speaking to MobileBurn said, “we are further evaluating options regarding this diagnostic software as well as Sprint’s diagnostic needs.”
This week, Sprint revealed that Carrier IQ software can be found on 26 million of its devices in the U.S.
By: t-marco October 19th, 2011
Sprint just announced the new HTC EVO Desing 4G. This a new model after the original HTC EVO 4G. The new Design will feature WiMax 4G speeds, a 4″ qHD device with Android 2.3, HTC Sense, a 1.2GHz processor, a 5 megapixel camera, HD video, a front-facing camera. The box includes a 8GB microSD card.
The new HTC EVO Design 4G will come this October 23rd for $100.00
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By: t-marco June 1st, 2011
We know you are waiting for the EVO 3D, but, do you have movies in 3D to watch on your phone?. that is not a problem. Sprint just announced that the EVO 3D will be loaded with The Green Hornet in 3D and Drive Angry” with Nicolas Cage . The EVO 3D will also come with the HTC Watch app, which gives you access to 2D and 3D movies, as well as on-demand television programs. You can buy or rent and download movies, and you can save as many as five on HTC’s service for watching on other HTC devices with the HTC Watch app.
By: t-marco May 20th, 2011
Sprint Nextel Corp said it wants state agencies in California and West Virginia to follow Louisiana in scrutinizing AT&T’s proposed purchase of T- Mobile USA. Third-largest U.S. wireless carrier Sprint filed a request with the California Public Utilities Commission yesterday requesting an investigation into the $39 billion transaction, the company said in an e-mail.
At the same time USA Today opposes AT&T, T-Mobile merger: An editorial in USA Today blasts the proposed AT&T and T-Mobile merger as a step toward a duopoly in the wireless industry that would lead to poor customer service and higher prices.
“This transaction is bad for consumers and bad for the economy, and we look forward to having some regulatory sunshine cast upon it,” John Taylor, a spokesman for Overland Park, Kansas-based Sprint, said in an interview. California and West Virginia should open reviews, as Louisiana has, he said.
Sprint on May 2 asked the West Virginia Public Service Commission to review the deal. AT&T in a May 12 filing asked the agency to reject that request, saying Sprint offers limited service in the state.
By: t-marco May 12th, 2011
As you know, Sprint is fighting against T-Mobile – AT&T acquisition. But this time , Sprint is not using its Fat (cigar addicted) lady to tell you that T-MO-AT&T will not work for you. Now Sprint is waling to pay all the fess ( up to 175 US$) you will be charged if you leave T-Mobile and switch to them. Even they will avoid the ETF if you leave Sprint and return to T-Mobile if the acquisition is not approved.
”Do you have the feeling the AT&T/T-Mobile won’t end with a ‘Happily Ever After?’,”… what you think?
This promotion will initially be aimed at business customers and evaluated for future use with non-business accounts.
By: t-marco May 11th, 2011
Sprint is the first and one of the most important wireless companies that is against AT&T-T-Mobile acquisition. Sprint does not want the be way behind if the proccess passes FCC and be the third in place, only controlling less than 20% of the wireless industry. That is why Sprint has just used was this ad, mocking T-Mobile’s own recent ads featuring a brunette in a pink dress — mocking AT&T and Verizon as old, white balding men.
The ad, which features a cigar-smoking man in a similar pink dress, used the tagline “It makes sense if you don’t think about it,” and complains the deal will result in less innovation and higher prices. However, the ad — funded in part by Sprint and supported by groups like Public Knowledge and Media Access Project.
AT&T this morning heads before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights to defend their planned acquisition of T-Mobile.
We will wait to hear from you AT&T.
By: t-marco May 5th, 2011
Motorola Mobility and Sprint today jointly unveiled two new Android smartphones, the Titanium and the XPRT, that target business users. The two devices look almost the same, with 3.1-in. touchscreens and physical Qwerty keyboards. What are the difference? .. The XPRT has rounded corners and a sleeker look than the Titanium. The Titanium, meanwhile, has angular corners and is built military-grade tough to handle dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation and high and low temperatures.
The XPRT, by contrast, is a world phone, supporting both CDMA and GSM networks. It also has mobile hotspot capability in Sprint’s 3G networks, offering support for up to five Wi-Fi ready devices.
The XPRT runs a new version of Android, the Froyo 2.2, while Titanium runs Android 2.1.
By: t-marco April 28th, 2011
Today Sprint has officially reported its firs quarter 2011 earnings. The yellow company has added 1.1 million subscribers, however, they lost money. Admittedly, Sprint’s net loss in the first quarter of 2011 was a vast improvement over the first quarter of 2010 when it posted a loss of $865 million. This time only lost US$ 439 millions.
“We’ve added two million wireless subscribers over the past two quarters,” said company CEO, Dan Hesse. “In spite of Verizon’s iPhone launch and aggressive competitive responses to it, our simple and unlimited plans, 4G leadership, strong customer service, and successful multi-brand strategy drove solid Sprint performance for the quarter.”