Sprint is a great carrier. It offers plenty of awesome smartphones, like the HTC EVO series, and excellent service, to boot. But it's small, and
So, um, I don't think you actually wanted the merger to go through anyway, right? I know I don't, which is why I'm very excited
Since Apple's 2011 edition of WWDC focused purely on software, the entire geek world has been anxiously waiting for the next iteration of the iPhone.
Boy, this week has surely brought some disappointing misinformation, huh? First, it was Sony Ericsson's turn, taunting you Xperia X10 owners with Android 2.3's release for
Last year, AT&T introduced two new data plans for its smartphone customers: a $15 per month 200MB option, and a $25 per month 2GB plan.
The Samsung Galaxy S II is already Samsung's fastest selling device, even though it has yet to be released in the US. This delay has
Back when I had the opportunity to review the Nexus S, I got Sprint's 4G version. The newest Nexus is also available on T-Mobile, but
There have been a few nice looking phones released lately. Some are in your price range, and others are way too expensive. But price doesn't
Back when the BlackBerry PlayBook was introduced, a lot of people (including myself) were upset at the fact that it didn't include native email or
It didn't take long for AT&T-locked Dell Streak customers to realize that the recent OTA software update labeled as Android 2.2.2 was definitely not 2.2.2.