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3 years ago

Sprint flips the 4G switch in Virginia, Utah and Missouri

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Perfect way to end the weekend.  We've heard rumours about some people seeing 4G in as-of-yet unannounced areas lately, seen leaked photos of roadmaps, and now we've learned that Sprint has indeed activated it's 4G WiMax network in Richmond, Virginia; Salt Lake City, Utah; and St. Louis, Missouri. From the press release:

Customers in Richmond, Salt Lake City and St. Louis can now use the 4G capabilities of Overdrive(TM) 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot, Sprint 3G/4G USB Device 250U from Sierra Wireless and Sprint 3G/4G USB Device U301 to connect to the Web for blazing fast data speeds or the recently released HTC EVO(TM) 4G, America's first 3G/4G wireless phone. With today's launches, Sprint 4G is now available in 36 markets across the country.

Hit the break to see the full press release.  HTC Evo users, and soon to be Samsung Epic users, bon apetit!

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3 years ago

iPhone 4 reviewed by TiPB.com

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We know a bunch of you are looking at coming over to Android from an iPhone -- and a few of you Benedict Arnolds are looking to tuck tail and run back to Apple. If you're still on the fence, allow us to direct you to our pals at TiPB.com, who have given the iPhone 4 a thorough rundown.

So check out TiPB's iPhone 4 review. At let us (and them) know if it's catching up to Android yet. :p

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3 years ago

Let's hug it out: 'Entourage's' Ari Gold using Android's Nexus One

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If you caught Sunday's season premiere of HBO's hit-show "Entourage," you might have noticed uber-agent Ari Gold sporting the Nexus One. Balancing form and function, the phone meets every expectation and serves every purpose necessary for someone of Ari's profession. The Nexus One preforms a wide variety of tasks from managing Ari's immense social network to keeping in touch with his clients, made all the more easy with the beautiful 3.7-inch AMOLED screen. Should he feel the need to snap a picture with Vince, the Nexus One offers a 5-megapixel camera and now features high-definition recording in 720p. All in all, the Nexus One is truly "something Ari Gold might be interested in." [via @kmobs]

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3 years ago

Super Mario sidescrolls way through your Android live wallpaper

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This quite possibly is the greatest thing we've ever seen before breakfast (at least since Zombies crossed our desk). That's right, it's Super Mario, scrolling his way on through your Android 2.1 (and up) live wallpaper. He plays through a couple of levels, and you can tweak the settings to show the paths that Mario is thinking about taking. It's all brought to you by pikipirs at XDA Developers, so drop a dime or two in the collection plate if you feel like it. Download at the source link, and check out some video after the break. [XDA Developers]

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3 years ago

Evo 4G software update now available

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Sprint and HTC this morning released the expected software update for the Evo 4G. Said to be improved in Version 1.47.651.1 are Wifi signal strength reporting, improvements to the Exchange ActiveSync security policies, and network improvements to address battery life.

The update takes just a few minutes to download and install. You can get it by going to Settings>System update>HTC Update. Sound off in the forums if you're seeing improvements.

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3 years ago

Sprint Epic 4G is the Samsung Galaxy S -- with a keyboard

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Behold, the Sprint Epic 4G. It's the Samsung Galaxy S with a keyboard (previously and unofficially dubbed the Galaxy S Pro), the second Wimax device for Sprint (there's that other phone called the Evo 4G) and the first for Samsung. It's got the same 4-inch Super AMOLED screen that we've been dying to get our hands on here in the United States. It's got Android 2.1 and Sammy's custom user interface. It's got 3G and 4G Wifi hotspot access for up to five devices, 802.11 b/g/n/, that 1GHz Hummingbird processor that we're itching to try, and a 5MP camera with a 3x digital zoom and 720p video recording.

We've already gotten a sneak peak of the Epic 4G thanks to benevolent tipster, and chances are we'll get to see it in the flesh this week at Samsung's event in New York City. For now, you get can the full Epic 4G specs here.

In the meantime, no word on pricing or availability, other than "soon." But you can sign up for more information here, and you better believe we just did so. Full presser after the break. [Sprint]

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3 years ago

US Cellular getting in on the Samsung Galaxy S action, too

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Not to be outdone by the big 4 carriers, U.S. Cellular and Samsung announced that a "Galaxy S device" will also be hitting the regional carrier, too.  Not 100 percent sure of a model name, or a case design yet, but given the recent news from Samsung it should be another stunner with the 1GHz Hummingbird, Super AMOLED screen, and all you've come to know and love from Google.  Check out the full presser after the break. [Samsung]

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3 years ago

Samsung Facinate Verizon's version of the Galaxy S

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Rounding out the Big 4 U.S. carriers, the Samsung Galaxy S (that's the stock version up top here) shall now be known as the Verizon Fascinate. Again, same 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, same 1GHz Hummingbird processor, same 5-megapixel camera with 720p video, and so on and so forth. No word from Verizon yet on when it'll be available, or for how much. But $199 after contract and rebate is a pretty good bet these days. Full presser after the break. [Samsung]

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3 years ago

T-Mobile's Samsung Vibrant available July 21 for $199

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Next up in Samsung's late-night onslaught is T-Mobile's version of the Galaxy S, which already had been announced as the Vibrant. Now we have pricing and availability to go with it, which would be $199 after contract and rebate, with it hitting stores July 21 -- with preorders at Radioshack starting July 1. It's got the same 4-inch Super AMOLED screen as its cousins, same 1GHz processor, and will also launch with Android 2.1. Full presser after the break. [T-Mobile]

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