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Sprint hasn't been coy about its love and adoration for all things WiMAX, and while it obviously has a vested interest in seeing the next-gen wireless protocol thrive, even it isn't completely ignoring the possibility of dabbling in LTE. Or, at least that's the impression we get from a recent spoke

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Sprint hasn't been coy about its love and adoration for all things WiMAX, and while it obviously has a vested interest in seeing the next-gen wireless protocol thrive, even it isn't completely ignoring the possibility of dabbling in LTE. Or, at least that's the impression we get from a recent spoke

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We'd take this with half a tablespoon of salt for now, but The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sprint-Nextel Corp. is \"seriously considering spinning off or selling its ailing Nextel unit.\" That's according to undisclosed people \"familiar with the situation,\" though Sprint did decline to com

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We'd take this with half a tablespoon of salt for now, but The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sprint-Nextel Corp. is \"seriously considering spinning off or selling its ailing Nextel unit.\" That's according to undisclosed people \"familiar with the situation,\" though Sprint did decline to comm

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Although Bus-Fi is no stranger to San Francisco, it'll be new to Chattanooga, Tennessee soon enough. Reportedly, the Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) will be implementing \"its long-planned Smartbus program\" which includes \"automatic vehicle locating via GPS and an automati

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Sprint's open mindedness to hooking up with Clearwire for a national WiMAX network has blossomed into something just a little more serious, it seems. The two companies have announced that they'll be collaborating on making mobile WiMAX a reality in a comprehensive agreement that covers roaming and

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Sprint's open mindedness to hooking up with Clearwire for a national WiMAX network has blossomed into something just a little more serious, it seems. The two companies have announced that they'll be collaborating on making mobile WiMAX a reality in a comprehensive agreement that covers roaming and

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Recently, Sprint decided to cut its losses and give a number of CSRs a break from the nagging when it pulled the plug on nearly 1,200 of its mobile customers. Apparently, these whiners were dialing in \"40 to 50 times as often\" as the \"average customer,\" and after failing to appease them, the firm ch

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Shoring up its music-friendly line alongside the UpStage from Samsung, Sprint has announced its \"Muziq,\" the Fusic's spiritual successor from LG. While it'll face some serious musicphone competition from across the CDMA / GSM divide later this week, the Muziq holds its own with some interesting fea

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Shoring up its music-friendly line alongside the UpStage from Samsung, Sprint has announced its \"Muziq,\" the Fusic's spiritual successor from LG. While it'll face some serious musicphone competition from across the CDMA / GSM divide later this week, the Muziq holds its own with some interesting fea

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Any excitement we would've had for the coming of the Katana's replacement has been tempered by a totally bogus lack of EV-DO -- but as a thin, inexpensive flip, it looks like the Katana II should be able to hold its own against the competition. This here is the first decent picture we've seen of th

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So it turns out Sprint's Sanyo Katana is going to be met by no fewer than two successors. Besides the previously-seen Katana II, the FCC's been hooked up with the Katana DLX, a reasonably attractive (from what little we can tell) flip that features EV-DO, Bluetooth, microSD expansion, camera, and a

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Believe it or not, we're still celebrating our extraordinarily successful relaunch (thanks entirely to you, our readers), and is there really any better way to say \"we love you\" than with a Motorola KRZR K1m for Sprint? We think not! The 1.3 megapixel cam and microSD slot are all well and good, but

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Sprint's midrange line gets a little beefier today thanks to the introduction of Sanyo's SCP-3200. Available in Midnight Black, Playful Pink, and Atlantic Blue, the clamshell foregos EV-DO (\"Power Vision\" in Sprint lingo) but offers Bluetooth, a VGA camera, GPS, speakerphone, traditional Sprint Vis

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We thought the Sprint Mogul was a little bit of alright, but do the 'nets agree? By and large, yeah, it seems the bottom line is that this is the must-have upgrade for PPC-6700 owners. Mobile Tech Review points out that an MMS client is notably missing and picture quality on the 2 megapixel camera

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We thought the Sprint Mogul was a little bit of alright, but do the 'nets agree? By and large, yeah, it seems the bottom line is that this is the must-have upgrade for PPC-6700 owners. Mobile Tech Review points out that an MMS client is notably missing and picture quality on the 2 megapixel camera

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For our Mobile squad, no smartphone launch is complete until we've touched it, analyzed it, and -- knowing our butterfingered selves -- dropped it on a concrete surface (just kidding, our Mobile editors would sacrifice life and limb for the safety of a handset). But when said smartphone happens to

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Known as the Titan, the PPC-6800, and the XV6800 in its various forms, Sprint's Mogul from HTC represents arguably the most anticipated piece of CDMA hardware so far this year. Why? Well, for starters, its direct predecessor -- the PPC-6700 \"Apache\" -- isn't getting any younger. Don't get us wrong,

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Just when you think we might be done, nope, think again -- the relentless onslaught of lovely gifts continues over on Engadget Mobile. Today we've got another Samsung m610 for Sprint that we'd like to part with. Not because we don't like it -- quite the contrary, in fact -- we'd just rather see it

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