As the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season quickly approaches, there are still questions surrounding the future of the sport's greatest driver to have never won a championship. Mark Martin does not have a ride for the upcoming season, and there is a good chance that his driving career may unceremoniously be over. Show More Summary
Ting, an MVNO that runs on Sprint's network, says it is the first to offer devices compatible with Sprint's Spark service. Sprint Spark relies on tri-band LTE devices to boost mobile broadband speeds on its data network. Spark is only available in five markets right now, but will expand to about 100 by the end of 2014. Show More Summary
For consumers, the holiday shopping season may seem like a sprint (especially this year, when it’s so short). But for retailers and their employees, it’s more like a marathon. Beginning in summer when you start planning your strategy and ordering your inventory, through Black Friday when the season officially kicks off, small business owners and... Show More Summary
Wireless service provider Ting is launching four devices that support Sprint's Spark enhanced LTE service. Ting, an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) that runs on Sprint's nationwide network, will offer Spark support for the LG G2, Samsung...
On the twelfth day of Christmas AC and Sprint gave to me... A Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini The good people at Sprint have partnered with us to do something awesome for the holidays, and we're giving away a great Samsung phone or tablet every day for 12 days. Show More Summary
Beware, rival carriers: T-Mobile isn’t done with you yet. T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to Twitter on Wednesday to tease his company’s upcoming “Uncarrier 4? initiative that he vowed would “eliminate another customer pain point.” Legere...Show More Summary
T-Mobile has made a number of announcements this year, under the “uncarrier” umbrella, that have totally redefined its way of doing business. It first announced the Jump! program, which was soon followed by AT&T, Verizon and Sprint with...Show More Summary
American telecom Sprint and equipment vendor IBM flexed their international muscles with a pair of overseas contracts that showed a growing need for network infrastructure and cloud-based services.
Word on the street is that Sprint's version of the HTC One is in the midst of a software update today. Still no KitKat — we're looking to January for that — but some update is better than none. The sparse changelog (on the device, anyway)...Show More Summary
It seems like many of the monster mergers that get rumored about eventually happen, even if it is a couple years later — Verizon/Vodafone being one of the latest examples. This week’s resurgent will-they-or-won’t-they rumor concerned Sprint and T-Mobile, for about the hundredth time in the past few years. What about it, do you think […]
Sprint is hoping to succeed where AT&T so famously failed a few years ago: by acquiring T-Mobile. According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, citing those ‘familiar with the matter,’ Sprint is working on acquiring its wireless rival T-Mobile, a deal that would see the 3rd and 4th largest carriers in the American [...]
Dish may already be testing wireless broadband in Virginia, but it's not content to stop there. The TV provider has just partnered with Sprint on an upcoming trial of fixed LTE service in Corpus Christi, Texas. Both companies are shy on details,...
The satellite-TV provider has the ability to be a connector between two telecom giants and federal regulators.
The two media giants team up to test wireless broadband access for underserved areas.
Worried about the near-term fallout of a potential Sprint/T-Mobile deal on American Tower? Don't be.
Could it be? Is Dale Earnhardt Jr. finally poised to contend—truly contend—for a Sprint Cup title in 2014? His legions of fans certainly would like to think so. They recently voted him NASCAR 's Most Popular Driver for a record 11th consecutive year. Show More Summary
The two companies plan to offer, on a trial basis, a fixed wireless Internet service to be installed by Dish using Sprint's airwaves.
Communications companies like AT&T, Sprint and others are beginning to understand the value of data transfer to their businesses. So it’s not that surprising to hear the news that Verizon plans to acquire content delivery network EdgeCast. Show More Summary
As 2013?s end looms large, Sprint isn’t slowing down in the least when it comes to the carrier’s plan to activate its 4G LTE cellular network in as many markets as possible ahead of 2014?s arrival. This week, Sprint announced that its 4G LTE cellular network coverage now encompasses 70 additional markets. The new locations […]