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Mobile-Minded Applicants Sought for 2016 Sprint Accelerator

While Sprint Accelerator won’t kick off in Kansas City until February of 2016, that doesn’t mean now is a bad time to get excited. Now, in fact, is the perfect time, especially if you’re infatuated with all things mHealth. Next year, the Sprint Accelerator, powered by Techstars, will expand its scope from mobile health care […]

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Darlington 2015: Full Schedule, Standings and Preview

One week after Paul Menard's victory at Road America, NASCAR 's Xfinity Series next moves to Darlington for the VFW Sport Clips Help a Hero 200. In the process, the series welcomes back even more Sprint Cup regulars to the fray after...Show More Summary

Bass Pro Shops-sponsored Tony Stewart honors Bass Pro Shops history with a retro-inspired paint scheme for Sprint Cup race at Darlington

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Bass Pro Shops-sponsored Tony Stewart will race a retro-inspired No. 14 Bass Pro Shops/Mobile 1 Chevrolet SS in the The post Bass Pro Shops-sponsored Tony Stewart honors Bass Pro Shops history with a retro-inspired paint scheme for Sprint Cup race at Darlington appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Complete Preview, Prediction for Southern 500 at Darlington

Who says you can never go home again? Not NASCAR, which after a 12-year absence has returned the Southern 500 to its traditional Labor Day weekend date. Sunday night’s Bojangles' Southern 500 brings back a tradition that existed forShow More Summary

NASCAR Fantasy 2015: Bojangles' Southern 500 Top Drivers and Sleeper Picks

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Darlington, South Carolina, this week for the Bojangles’ Southern 500. NASCAR will try to bring back an old-school feel to the race Sunday night at this historical track. Many retro paint schemes will be displayed, and the rules package used at Kentucky will be used again this week. Show More Summary

Sprint, AT&T Competition Could Mean Lower Fees

Competition between two big service providers can actually benefit customers. In this case, that includes small businesses in need of inexpensive communications.

Charlotte Motor Speedway infield gets makeover

By AMANDA VINCENT Charlotte Motor Speedway will have a six-foot-wide “transition barrier” on its frontstretch by the time the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity series makes its second 2015 visit to the track in October, with the Xfinity Series race scheduled for Oct. 9 and the Sprint Cup Series on Oct. 10. “The goal is [...]

Random Recap: The 1951 Southern 500

Welcome to Random Recaps, a weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a random race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next.This week's race is the 1951 Southern 500. As always, Random Recap is truly random thanks to Show More Summary

Why Don’t Device Manufacturers Just Start Leasing Phones To Consumers?

When phone carriers like Sprint and T-Mobile are happy to rent phones to customers, and Apple is the one phone manufacturer with its own network of stores to sell phones directly to consumers, what’s there to stop Apple from just leasing phones to customers directly? Even carriers would like this idea better, since they could sell iPhone leases instead of … [More]

T-Pain soars through 'The Star Spangled Banner' at Dodger Stadium

Like a waylaid runner who suddenly drops his crutches and sprints to victory, on Monday night, pop singer T-Pain sang "The Star Spangled Banner" without help from AutoTune, shocking a skeptical Dodger Stadium with a rendition that echoed through the air with soaring dexterity. The scene? Dusk in...

MLB Playoff Picture: Surprising Players Who Will Be Key in September

September baseball is finally here, and the marathon race of the 162-game Major League Baseball season is quickly turning into a sprint. Several teams find themselves in the thick of a playoff race, and now is just as good a time as any to begin making one final run to close out the season. Show More Summary

Jon Beason’s progress has Tom Coughlin feeling optimistic

Jon Beason still isn’t practicing, but he was running sprints with Giants trainers and working on the side Tuesday, which is enough to create optimism by and around the oft-injured middle linebacker. Beason, who left a preseason game with a knee issue, is hoping to be back on the field by the regular season opener.…

Burning Questions for Final 2 Races of 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Regular Season

Two races remain in the NASCAR Sprint Cup regular season. And while you might think things are pretty clear as to who will make the Chase, think again. Actually, there are still several questions that remain. Not the least being whoShow More Summary

Mark Teixeira's Ill-Timed Setback Makes Yankees' Uphill AL East Climb Steeper

As if things were not going to be difficult enough. The Toronto Blue Jays added game-changing pieces to their roster before the non-waiver trade deadline and a barrage of wins and a sprint up the American League East standings ensued. Show More Summary

NASCAR Power Rankings: Top 15 All-Time NASCAR Drivers

The Sprint Cup Series had its final off weekend before the run to Homestead. So we thought it’d be fun to stir the pot a little and ask the question, “who are the top NASCAR drivers of all time?” This question has been debated for many...Show More Summary

NASCAR Mailbox: Too Early for Silly Season?

This off week has been fairly quiet (and quick) for the Sprint Cup Series. It provided just enough time for teams and drivers to rest up and prepare for the Chase for the Sprint Cup “Challenger” Round, which kicks off in Chicagoland in another two weeks. Show More Summary

Biggest NASCAR Storylines to Watch Ahead of Sprint Cup Series at Darlington

NASCAR had itself a summer vacation prior to the final two races of the regular season, and who else should welcome them back than the “Lady in the Black?” Darlington Raceway plays host to the Bojangles' Southern 500 Sunday night, and the sense of urgency among the bubble drivers gets an extra crank with the ratchet in the garage. Show More Summary

Around the Garage: Dale Jr. Proof of Weight Earnhardt Name Carries in NASCAR

The recent news that Jeffrey Earnhardt will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut in the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway on Sept. 12 was a reminder that the Earnhardt name still moves the needle. It carries plenty of weight with it too. Show More Summary

Galaxy Tab S2 Arrives On Sprint September 3

Last week Samsung announced their latest tablet in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Both tablets pack some pretty decent specs and the good news is that if you were wondering when you might be able to get your hands on the tablet, you won’t have to wait much longer because Sprint has announced its availability. Show More Summary

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