As Android fans start shifting their attention to Jelly Bean, many are still waiting for their devices to receive Ice Cream Sandwich. We have some good news for you if youâ€™re a Sprint customer: The Now Network has announced its plans to update the HTC EVO 3D and HTC EVO Read the Rest of the story [...]
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Consumers arenâ€™t the only ones fed up with Appleâ€™s patent shenanigans. Just days after the ITC imposed an import ban on the One X and EVO 4G LTE, the U.S. District Court of Delaware on Thursday ordered the Cupertino company and HTC to meet face-to-face on August 28 to work out Read the Rest of the story [...]
We already knew that Sprint was killing off unlimited data for the hotspot plan, but today’s news makes everything all official.Â Starting in November, users with a mobile broadband plan (that would be a tablet, netbook, USB card, connection card or mobile hotspot device) as well as folks using the mobile Read the Rest of the story [...]
Sprintâ€™s vice president of devices Fared Adib announced at the carrierâ€™s Strategy Update event on Friday that it will begin launching dual-mode 4G LTE/CDMA devices toward the middle of 2012. Tablets, smartphones, entry-level and high-end devices will launch next year, and Adib mentioned â€œiconic devices,â€ which has historically indicated EVO-branded devices.
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We’re knee deep into Sprint’s “Strategy/Network” update. The big (yet unsurprising) news is that, yes, it’s moving to LTE. It’ll be run on Sprint’s 1900 MHz spectrum, with other spectrum to follow, including LightSquared’s 1600MHz spectrum.
The first markets and devices are expected to be available in mid-2012.
Wimax devices, like the Read the Rest of the story [...]
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