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Sprint Kicks Off BYOD Managed Service

Sprint extended BYOD Management to its professional services portfolio on Monday, giving businesses a way to manage security and costs for workers who use consumer smartphones and tablets for work.

T-Mobile, MetroPCS Roll Out Unlimited Data Plans

The plans are truly unlimited, with no data caps or throttling of download speeds taking place.

Sprint Reduces iPhone 4S Prices by $50

Sprint's move brings the price to $150 for a 16 GB iPhone 4S on Sprint, $250 for a 32 GB model and $350 for a 64 GB model.


Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Heads to HTC One: An Update Roundup

Now that the source code for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is available, the update announcements from phone makers such as HTC are starting to roll in.


Voice Over LTE Explained: Better Voice Quality Coming Soon to Your 4G Phone

What exactly is VoLTE (Voice over LTE)? In ten quick questions, we explain it, telling you how it works, when it may arrive, and why you might want it.


Sprint Launches New 4G LTE Service in 15 Cities

New service launches in Georgia, Kansas, Missouri and Texas as Sprint is transitions from the older WiMAX technology to the much faster and more cost-efficient LTE flavor of 4G.

Sprint Cripples Galaxy S III Via ‘Security Update’: Bye, Bye Universal Search

Sprint is reportedly removing a universal search feature on Samsung Galaxy S III handsets via a "Security Update" in an effort to squelch a patent battle with Apple.


Can Over-the-Top Voice Services Free You From Mobile Minutes Charges?

U.S. wireless carriers fear that Web voice services such as T-Mobile Bobsled will take a bite out of their profits. That could very well happen--and consumers could benefit.

Firefox OS Devices Coming To Sprint

Seven carriers worldwide will be the first mobile operators to support Mozilla's HTML5-based mobile OS.


Verizon and T-Mobile Spectrum Swap: What's in it for Mobile Users?

Here's an idea of what big carrier bargaining may mean for your cell phone usage.