The new McCarthyism which is infecting Washington at the moment has caused Sprint to dump the Chinese phone making equipment maker Huawei.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 will be in Sprint stores starting November 11, with a $550 off-contract price tag.
Sprint customers, get ready for the biggest smartphone your carrier has ever offered.
Japan's Softbank is considering taking a large stake in Sprint Nextel, in a deal which could revive the struggling carrier's fortunes - and increase competition in a market dominated by Verizon and AT&T.
Samsung's Galaxy S III is one of the sweetest smartphones on the mobile market. The only thing that could possibly make it better? Yes, you guessed it - Android Jelly Bean (4.1.1).
Although it was the last of the major three to get into the LTE race, Sprint is playing a nice game of catchup.
The introduction of Isis's sweeping mobile payment platform continues to move at a crawl.
Google's Android Jelly Bean is finally hitting Sprint's Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4G courtesy of a long-awaited OTA update.
Sprint, which is playing catch-up in the LTE game, has just confirmed 100 new cities for its growing network.
Although it should have been the first to receive an upgrade, Sprint's Galaxy Nexus is now finally getting Jelly Bean.
The next time you go into Radio Shack, expect to store to try peddling you its own mobile service.
Internal Radio Shack information shows that the company is planning its own mobile network.
If you have a Galaxy Nexus phone and don't have the latest version of Android yet, blame Verizon.
After hocking other company's mobile service plans for years, Radio Shack thinks it can step into the game and compete directly with the big boys.
Apple's cut the price of the iPhone 4S, in an unusual move that's presumably designed to maintain sales ahead of the iPhone 5's launch later this year.
The Ice Cream Sandwich rollout is finally hitting a couple more of Sprint's Evo-branded handsets.
The emerging market of text-to-pay isn't quite set up for presidential politics.
Sprint is apparently working on its own mobile payment platform.
Sprint's Virgin Mobile brand is to become the US' second carrier to offer the iPhone on a prepay basis - and it starts at just $30 per month.
The Galaxy S III will go against the traditional mobile mold and soon be available on every major carrier in the US.