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Review: LG G3 for Sprint

The LG G3 is a solid device for Sprint customers to consider, and is among a growing number to offer Wi-Fi calling. Android smartphone enthusiasts would do well to read Phone Scoop's full report, which points out the phone's strengths and weaknesses.

Sprint Adds Wi-Fi Calling to HTC One (M8)

Sprint recently announced that it is rolling out Wi-Fi calling to the HTC One and HTC One Harmon Kardon Edition. The Wi-Fi calling feature makes it possible to connect voice calls and send messages via local Wi-Fi networks rather than through Sprint's cellular network. Show More Summary

Could Carlos Slim Steal T-Mobile From Sprint?

The Mexican billionaire may be interested in making a play for the rising mobile phone carrier.

Tour de France chronicle: How the French fans live up to a NASCAR infield

If you're going to the Tour de France, forget the start and finish towns. Park yourself next to a sprint. PREIXAN, France -- To tell the truth, I was beginning to think that seeing the Tour de France in person isn't that much fun. Watching the start is certainly much better than the finish. Show More Summary

Danica Patrick: Latest News and 2014 Sprint Cup Ranking Ahead of Brickyard

During the long NASCAR season, breaks are a necessity for every driver. Danica Patrick is certainly one of those after an up-and-down start to the year. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver has captured two top-10 results this season but also added yet another finish outside of the top 20 at New Hampshire prior to the break. Show More Summary

The Biggest NASCAR Storylines Ahead of the Sprint Cup Series in Indianapolis

NASCAR ’s Sprint Cup teams return to work this weekend with the 20th running of the Brickyard 400, still one of the sport’s crown jewels. When we left off two weeks ago, Brad Keselowski had swept the weekend at New Hampshire, winning...Show More Summary

Tony defends decision to race sprint cars

A happy Tony Stewart is back doing what he loves. Tony Stewart was going to race a sprint car last month. Then fate intervened in the form of rain which forced the three-time Cup champion to wait longer to return to his roots. That moment...Show More Summary

Midseason Stock Watch for 2014 Sprint Cup Teams

With 19 of the 36 Sprint Cup points races in the books and the series headed to Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a rare weekend off, it's time to check out which organizations are moving in the right direction, which may need just a...Show More Summary

Powered by Saltwater: Quant e-sportlimousine

The Quant e-sportlimousine is powered exclusively by…drumroll please…saltwater. Quant claims this beauty pumps out 912 hp (de-tuned to 643 hp for everyday use), sprints to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 236 mph. Read the rest of the story at: Powered by Saltwater: Quant e-sportlimousine

Black Squirrel Sprints Ninja Assault Course [Video]

Take one black squirrel, add one assault course made from a very strong washing line, an old welly, a bicycle mudguard, a lamp shade, an old plunger and assorted scrap wood and you have a recipe for some serious squirrel action. [Steve Barley | Via]

Is Jamaica In A Sprinting Recession?

yesterdaySports : Deadspin

Even before the advent of Usain Bolt, Jamaican men owned the sprinting world. Since 2006, in the 100 meters, they've had no less than six of the top 10 times of the year, peaking at nine of the top 10 when Bolt set his first world record in 2008. But in 2014, Jamaica's best athletes are missing, and there is no relief in sight. Read more...

Sprint And T-Mobile Put Forward A Case For Merger Through Combined Spectrum Bid

Byinvestec: Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) and T-Mobile U.S. (NYSE:TMUS) have recently decided to participate in next year's spectrum auction together. The low bandwidth auction is important for telecommunication companies, but I believe that S and TMUS combined bid is not a serious concern for Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) and AT&T (NYSE:T). Show More Summary

Which Eligible NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Will Miss out on the 2014 Chase?

Like water circling around in a sink before going down a drain, those drivers that have not yet qualified for the Chase for the Sprint Cup are slowly watching their playoff hopes also go down the drain. With 11 drivers already having...Show More Summary

Sprint LG G2 update brings on the knocking

Sprint's LG G2 is finally getting an update, and it's bringing along with it LG's famous Knock Code. The update, which brings the build version to ZVD (at least according to Sprint's nomenclature) also brings a few other improvement...

Verizon Is Making More Money Per Customer Than Any Other Carrier In The US (VZ, TMUS, T, S)

Verizon is monetizing mobile data plans better than its rivals, according to a new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP). That's because unlike some rivals Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile, Verizon offers fewer choices and has more customers using shared data plans. Show More Summary

One year after devastating wreck, Tony Stewart returns to sprint car, wins

Whatever Tony Stewart's made of, it's way different from you and me. A year almost to the day after a sprint car wreck that crunched his right leg like a stomped pencil, Stewart climbed back into one of those open-wheeled crashes-waiting-to-happen and raced. Naturally, he won. Show More Summary

Fantasy NASCAR at Indianapolis 2014: Picks, Top Drivers for Brickyard 400

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Indianapolis, Indiana, this week for the John Wayne Walding 400. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the most difficult race tracks for drivers to conquer. The long straightaways allow drivers to drive wide open. Show More Summary

Tour de France 2014 results and standings, Stage 15: Alexander Kristoff sprints to win at Nîmes

The Tour de France will take a break after Sunday's stage, allowing the riders to rest for a trio of mountain stages to begin the week. Alexander Kristoff used the last meters of Stage 15 of the Tour de France to sprint to victory at Nîmes, claiming his second stage win on the Tour this year. Show More Summary

Morgan Shepherd’s daughter defends her father’s racing

Last weekend, in the most recent NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, Morgan Shepherd broke his own record as the oldest driver to start a Sprint Cup race. His age — north of 70 — became controversial after an in-race incident with then-second-place-running Joey Logano. After the incident, Logano [...]

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