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    HTC One M8 – is it a Winner? We Go Hands-on

    Sometimes, it’s all too easy to forget that the smartphone race has more than two horses. HTC is still trying to hang in there with Samsung and Apple, and to their credit, they’ve released some excellent, critically acclaimed phones that just haven’t quite taken off. Last year’s HTC One was a good example of that […]

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    What is Sprint Spark, and When is it Coming?

    Thank you to Sprint for sponsoring this article. Get inspired by innovation and see what’s next at Sprint.com/faster.   Have you heard of Sprint Spark™? You will now, and you’ll probably like what you hear. Sprint is looking to blow the hinges off the wireless Internet game with their brand new network that will put even […]

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    7 Ultimate Apps for Taking Selfies

    Thank you to Sprint for sponsoring this article. Get inspired by innovation and see what’s next at Sprint.com/faster. Sprint Faster is a great site to visit if you’re looking for the latest trends, featuring stories from leading tech experts. When national news outlets feel the need to report on a few world leaders taking a selfie […]

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    The 7 Best Accessories for Organizing Your Cables

    Thank you to Sprint  for sponsoring this article. Get inspired by innovation and see what’s next at Sprint.com/faster   Wireless networks like Sprint’s up and coming Sprint Spark™ capability are getting faster and faster, making it easy for us to depend on our mobile devices and cut the chords. Yet, as we move forward into the future, we’ve […]

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    Are Your Hands Ready for the Samsung Galaxy Mega?

    In the land of the 64 oz. Double Gulp, the 6.3” phone is king. At least, that’s what Samsung is probably hoping with the upcoming stateside release of the Samsung Galaxy Mega, a supersized version of the Galaxy S4. It sounds like it’s coming straight out of a Conan spoof, but the Galaxy Mega is […]

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    HTC 8XT is Sprint’s First Windows Phone 8 Device

    Sprint has been getting a cold shoulder from Windows Phone 8, at least until today. The company is finally offering customers their first Windows Phone 8 device, the HTC 8XT. The HTC 8XT is essentially the same signature device as the original HTC 8X, but it is also the first Windows Phone to offer HTC […]

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    New HTC One Hands-on and First Impressions

    Nearly a week before MWC 2013, HTC has announced their new flagship smartphone. The New HTC One is a successor to the HTC One X that was announced last year at MWC. Under the hood, the new HTC one is packing some very impressive specs with a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, and a 4.7-inch full […]

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    Republic Wireless Review – The $19 Unlimited Cell Phone Plan

    Republic Wireless is one of the latest no-contract cellular companies to pop up. But Republic Wireless is hardly your standard prepaid wireless company. That is because it’s also the nation’s first hybrid Wi-Fi and cell service. The concept is actually quite socialist in nature. Instead of working off of traditional cell phone towers alone, the […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Note II Review (T-Mobile)

    The original Samsung Galaxy Note made quite the splash because it was caught somewhere between a tablet and a smartphone, and it was the first of its kind. The inclusion of its S Pen for drawing and scribbling notes further made it unique in a market flooded with too many Android phones. Now Samsung has […]

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    Sprint Cracks Down on Distracted Driving

    Sprint has unveiled a surprisingly forceful, but nonetheless very effective service to help stop distracted driving, keeping drivers everywhere safe from that one guy who is texting while going 70 on the freeway. The aptly named Sprint Drive First service is slated to be ready for business during Q3 of this year, and will be […]

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    Sprint Rebrands HTC Flyer as the EVO View 4G – Hands on

    Sprint was busy today at the CTIA Wireless 2011 show, unveiling its major high-end mobile line-up. The deluge of Android tablets continues with the HTC EVO View 4G, exclusive to Sprint. The EVO View is essentially the HTC Flyer that was announced back at MWC, but all packaged up for Sprint’s network. So what makes […]

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    The HTC EVO Goes 3D This Summer – Hands On

    Finally, Sprint has made some noise in 2011, and they’ve made it in a big way. The HTC EVO 3D is only the second known 3D smartphone ready to hit the markets (along with the LG Thrill, also announced today). The announcement at today’s CTIA Wirelss 2011 trade show showed off the new EVO, which […]

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    Dual-Screen Sprint Echo is the Silliest Smartphone Ever

    Don’t get us wrong, we love innovation, but occasionally a gadget comes along that just feels like a bad idea from the get go. Such is the case for yesterday’s announced Kyocera Echo from Sprint. Sure, the dual-screen smartphone looks pretty, it even looks futuristic and seems more like a concept device than an actual […]

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    BlackBerry Style 9670 Review

    In a market where touchscreen smartphones have more or less taken over, the new BlackBerry Style 9670 for Sprint is quite the breath of fresh air with its flip form-factor and glossy exterior. The Style also sports both an external display for message previews, and a larger internal display that is complimented by a full […]