Boost Mobile Picking Up The HTC Evo Design 4G

Not that you’re keeping score but personally, outside of the original HTC Evo 4G, the Evo Design 4G has been my favorite HTC Evo phone to date. Now we’ve got good news to those on Sprint’s prepaid brand Boost Mobile. While the HTC Evo 3D is headed to Sprint’s Virgin prepaid brand, the Evo Design

Sprint Galaxy Nexus Preorder Inventory Sold Out

Sprint users are anxiously awaiting the Galaxy Nexus on Sprint. While there are probably many Sprint customers who are coming to the end of their HTC Evo 4G contracts or other devices, who plan to upgrade, there are probably some Verizon converts out there anxious for a pure Google experience with Google Wallet support. Whoever

Verizon Q1 Earnings Call Boasts Best Growth Since 2009

Verizon has no need to worry with the results of their latest earnings call. The Q1 results for the nation’s largest network boasts 7.7% service revenue increases, but the real hitter is the 21.1% increase that they gained in data services revenue. Likely thanks to their 4G LTE network, this is the best growth and

HTC One S Arrives At $599 Off Contract

Later on tonight we’re expected Carly Fowlkes to arrive at a T-Mobile party in New York City tonight riding a Bucati with lil Wayne in tow (not really the lil Wayne part). T-Mobile and HTC will introduce the HTC One S and most likely unveil the pricing and availability (rumored for next week). Meanwhile across

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Launching On Sprint April 22 For $100 Less

All the rumors pointing to an April 22 launch of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Sprint have been validated today as Samsung and Sprint have officially announced pricing and availability for the Android 4.0 flagship device as well as the flagship device for Sprint’s 4G/LTE network. The specs seem to pretty much line up with

Does This Ad Mean Sprint Is Getting The Samsung Galaxy Note?

Samsung’s 5.3″ Galaxy Note continues to show up in the news. Yesterday we reported that Samsung is beginning to sell the Galaxy note in a Berry Pink color in their home country of South Korea. Today our friends at Technobuffalo picked up on what looks to be either a Samsung Galaxy Note or a really

AT&T Galaxy Nexus On The Way?

Prior to the announcement and release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Verizon Wireless rumors were hot and heavy that the device would appear on AT&T. Although not carried in AT&T CORE stores the original Nexus One and Nexus S supported AT&T’s bands. It wasn’t far-off to think that the Galaxy Nexus would be the

Signal Wars Season 2 Filming Now And You Can Win

Signal Wars is back and over the next five weeks we’ll be all over the country looking for people who are signally challenged on their smartphone. We want you in our next Signal Wars videos with Wilson Electronics. If you have signal issues a Wilson Electronics Sleek can help you out and not only that

HTC Drops It Low (real low) With Profit. Sales Drop 35 Percent

HTC has released their Q1 fiscal year financial figures Friday and it wasn’t a pretty picture. The results announced Friday morning in Taiwan are the lowest they’ve seen since they rocketed to become a top 3 Android OEM two years ago. Overall HTC reported profits were down 70% to roughly $148 million dollars while sales

Ice Cream Sandwich Man Visiting Sprint Nexus S 4G Now

A few weeks backs we reported that the Samsung Nexus S 4G on Sprint was about to receive the highly anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. As you know this is the biggest feature upgrade to date for Google’s Android operating system. The GSM version of the Nexus S received the update a while