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Posts tagged “Sprint”

Updated May 17, 2011

Premium Lock Sprint rallies to share No. 1 in customer rankings

Sprint Verizon Wireless and Sprint tie at top of survey while AT&T and T-Mobile, which plan to merge, drop.

Updated April 29, 2011

Premium Lock Juggernaut Apple now among world's top companies

Close to oblivion in 1997, Apple is now the world's second-most valuable company, after Exxon Mobil Corp. Apple's ascendancy has produced many losers and a few winners, as underscored over the past two weeks.

Tempted by the Apple machine  Tempted by the Apple machine

April 19, 2011

Premium Lock Sprint to pay Clearwire $1B to use 4G network

Sprint The deal lets Sprint keep offering wireless service that allows speedier Web browsing and video streaming than its own network.

Updated April 6, 2011

Premium Lock AT&T plans fall launch for high-speed wireless service in Triangle

The region is a battleground for the wireless broadband offering known as "4G." AT&T already has much of the infrastructure in place, and the investment will be "in the same range" of the more than $200 million the company has spent upgrading its network over the past three years, an executive says.

An AT&T employee demostrates the Motorola Atrix 4G system An AT&T employee demostrates the Motorola Atrix 4G system

March 23, 2011

Premium Lock Sprint CEO has 'concerns' about AT&T deal

Sprint AT&T's agreement to buy T-Mobile, the No. 4 carrier, came as a surprise: media reports had previously pegged Sprint and T-Mobile as likely to combine their businesses. But AT&T was able to offer T-Mobile's parent company, Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG, much more.

Updated March 21, 2011

Premium Lock AT&T and T-Mobile: What deal means for customers

T-Mobile The deal is likely to face close scrutiny from regulators.

February 8, 2011

Premium Lock Sprint looks to double pleasure with 2-screen phone

The Echo is made by Japanese manufacturer Kyocera Corp. and has screens that are each the size of an iPhone's display. Put together, they create a larger space for typing e-mails, playing games and watching videos.

Sprint's new phone. Sprint's new phone.

December 13, 2010

Premium Lock Report: Sprint, T-Mobile USA plan 4G wireless tablets

Samsung's Galaxy However, both carriers are mum about the details, such as who will make the tablets and what operating system they will support.

November 3, 2010

Premium Lock T-Mobile adds Triangle to high-speed wireless network

A T-Mobile 4G phone Whether it’s truly “4G technology or not, the service provider says it is. T-Mobile also is offering new 4G phone, high-speed wireless netbook.

September 17, 2010

Premium Lock Big 4 wireless carriers embrace Samsung's new tablet

Samsung's Galaxy The Galaxy Tab has a 7-inch screen, half the size of the iPad. It runs Google Inc.'s Android smart phone software and can play Flash video from the Web, which the iPad can't. It also has two cameras for videoconferencing, which the iPad lacks.

Updated June 15, 2010

Premium Lock 4G: It’s the wireless broadband information highway

As wireless subscribers explode in number, usage from voice to data climbs ever higher, speed improves and competition drives better service, true mobile broadband is becoming a reality.

TWC offers wireless broadband to go TWC offers wireless broadband to go

April 29, 2010

Premium Lock In his own words: Sprint’s CEO touts ‘prepaid’ growth in wireless sector

Sprint Dan Hesse: “Prepaid in terms of its percentage of the overall wireless industry is going to grow, so our turnaround is really focused on prepaid becoming a more and more important part of the company and doing better in that market.”

Updated April 22, 2010

Premium Lock Is high-tech sector recovering? Financials look strong

Tech earnings A recap of selected technology firms, including Red Hat, Cree and IBM, indicates corporate spending is on the rebound. On telecom side, indicators aren’t as good.

March 25, 2010

Premium Lock Lenovo equips some of its laptops for Sprint’s 4G network

A Lenovo Edge As Sprint prepares to offer video call-enabled phones to run on its Clear network, the mobile phone company also partners with Lenovo for laptop access.

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