Apple and Samsung don’t share a lot, although their patent lawyers might disagree. But the two leading smartphone manufacturers shared top honors in the latest J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey, released today.
Your mobile phone carrier knows what you want before you do.
Looking for a free iPhone with your two-year carrier contract that isn’t a three-year-old model? If you’re open to switching to Sprint — even temporarily — you’re in luck.
Sprint may be lagging behind its larger competitors, but it’s trying its best to stay competitive.
The conventional wisdom in the smartphone market is that Android is overtaking everything else. But in surprising news released this morning by Kantar, Apple’s iPhone and Microsoft’s Windows Phone are actually growing market share faster than Android.
This is a great opportunity to upgrade your phone if you’ve been waiting for a while, but bear in mind that discounts on iPhones are always a good sign that a new model is coming soon. In addition, there is some fine print.
Wireless carrier Sprint does not have an answer for disgruntled iPhone 4S users who are experiencing slow connection and data speeds on the network, but they are taking it seriously, a company representative said in an interview with CNET.
Mobile broadband startup LightSquared has developed a new antenna in cooperation with PCTEL that will prevent the company’s new 4G LTE network from interfering with high precision GPS receivers, the company has announced.
Troubled wholesale mobile broadband providerLightSquared has confirmed today that the company has entered a 15-year deal with Sprint to provide high-speed wireless service for the carrier’s 4G LTE network, reports Bloomberg.
Sprint has been rolling out its 4G WiMax wireless network in various markets throughout the US since 2008, but thus far the carrier hasn’t released any phones to take advantage of the new technology. Now Forbes has word from Sprint that it is aiming to release 4G phones in the first half of 2010 — in other words, by this summer.
Deutsche Telekom, the large German-based carrier that is struggling to compete in the U.S. market with its T-Mobile subsidiary, is mulling a bid on Sprint, according to the British newspaper Telegraph.