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by Derek Kessler
Jul 20, 2011
So there’s a question you have to ask about that Sprint Pre sitting in your hand: what do you do when it finally dies? With webOS not looking likely for any time soon on Sprint, your options are...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Jun 28, 2011
One of the nicer features of the TouchPad is its ability to connect with your phone to make and receive calls (and text messages). Given that this feature uses Bluetooth, it could well work with...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 20, 2011
In the #3 spot in the US phone service provider race, Sprint has been working with Clearwire's WiMAX 4G network to provide their customers with the first 4G devices on any network. Unfortunately...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 17, 2011
Two weeks ago my colleague Tim Stiffler-Dean wrote up an excellent editorial on the HP Pre3 and how we need to have patience. After all, relationships between carriers and manufacturers take...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 09, 2011
While the Wi-Fi-only TouchPad may have had a release date, we are still left with a lot of questions. Yes, we are more than happy to go digging in the garage for our tents and sleeping bags in...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
May 20, 2011
We reported on this topic once last year when the Verizon CEO, Ivan Seidenberg, said that the company would be shifting to tiered data plans and removing our favorite: the unlimited option. But...
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by Derek Kessler
May 12, 2011
There’s been some speculation that the “V” at the end of the FCC ID for the CDMA+GSM HP Pre 3 meant Verizon. We can’t say that with any amount of certainty, as the straight GSM Pre 3 ended with...
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by Derek Kessler
May 09, 2011
HP’s been offering laptops with integrated 3G modems for some time, but they’ve always been tied to a specific CDMA carrier or offered in unlocked GSM flavor. But no matter the radio inside, they...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 22, 2011
If you’re a Sprint user, chances are you were at least somewhat intrigued by the possibility of hooking up your Sprint account with Google Voice without any repercussions. Well, as it turns out...