‘Cramming on wireless phones has been widespread and has caused consumers substantial harm’
The Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming “incentive” auction of TV airwaves is already at war with itself.
The company objected to AT&T’s bid to buy T-Mobile, but now they want to themselves.
‘Sprint overbilled law enforcement agencies for carrying out court-ordered intercepts’
Sprint declared that it has not yet decided to stop carrying BlackBerry handsets
The FCC is picking market winners and losers again.
Competition, not government regulation, is the best way to generate diverse choices for consumers and businesses
AT&T said it would leave temporary Boston Marathon WiFi for extended time
Big Brother is reading your text messages, demanding ‘cell tower dumps,’ congressman reveals
It brings security front and center for the 82 percent of users that Sprint says don’t know which apps to use to protect their phones and families.
Hesse believes the decision to stick with unlimited has been a boon for the company
Sprint’s latest collaboration with HTC will likely take the form of a dual-core HTC One X
Sprint is on the hook for $15.5 billion worth of iPhones over the next several years and has said it won’t turn a profit on the device until 2015.
The deal between the companies had called for Sprint to collaborate with LightSquared on its LTE, or long-term evolution, network.
The broken deal is bad news for the startup
Sprint to roll out 10 new Google Wallet enabled phones in 2012 - Fierce Mobile Content
The carrier currently supports Google Wallet on two smartphones: Samsung’s Android-powered Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus.
Mobile payment app security concerns surface and Google responds
Activations and unit sales don’t necessarily paint a complete picture
The iPhone forced the carrier to post its largest loss in three years because of the high cost
Currently, Google Wallet only works on a single phone model and some carriers are disabling it