Sprint Activation System had issues Sunday

Sprint’s activation system took a dirt nap on Sunday as the launch of the HTC EVO 4G looked to be a success. There were not really any reported long lines at stores which fulfilled pre-orders of the HTC EVO 4G, but Sprint has a different strategy than Apple’s funneling of customers through one building as… Continue reading Sprint Activation System had issues Sunday

CradlePoint MBR1200

The CradlePoint MBR1200 will make the uber-geek squeal with delight as the 802.11n router includes 3G/4G failover capabilities. In addition to the providing failover capability, the MBR1200 switches automatically to a secondary connection when primary service is interrupted. When restored the device will failback to the primary connection. If you’re craving higher bandwidth, the device… Continue reading CradlePoint MBR1200

Apple employee loses next gen iPhone, Gizmodo gets it, dissects it

Image courtesy of Gizmodo This has to be the story of the week so far – a new prototype Apple iPhone model (let’s say the 4G) was accidentally left in a pub, picked up by a random stranger, who tried to return it to Apple and then eventually sold it to Gizmodo for $5000. Gizmodo… Continue reading Apple employee loses next gen iPhone, Gizmodo gets it, dissects it

Sprint and HTC announce world’s 1st 4G smartphone, EVO 4G

We normally try to feature gadgets that are available right now, but this upcoming gizmo, a doozy of a smartphone is sure to make a huge impression this summer. It also helps makes the case for a Sprint that is not dead yet. Sprint recently announced (at CTIA) its latest Android smartphone, the HTC EVO… Continue reading Sprint and HTC announce world’s 1st 4G smartphone, EVO 4G

Sprint to launch 1st 4G smartphone this summer

You may already be immune to those Sprint commercials that keep using the term “4G”, but the reality is that they may have a 4G WiMax network in a lot of cities, but no phones! Well that’s about to change this summer with the introduction of a new 4G smartphone. There’s a good chance too… Continue reading Sprint to launch 1st 4G smartphone this summer

Rumors: Apple iPhone OS 4.0 out in June, and the iPhone 4G goes to Verizon

One analyst (Peter Misek) has some bold predictions on what Steve Jobs will announce next week (in addition to the much anticipated Apple Tablet, supposedly called the iTablet – no surprise there). Rumor #1: he’ll announce and show off the latest version of the iPhone OS: v4.0. Rumor #2: he’ll announce that Verizon will start… Continue reading Rumors: Apple iPhone OS 4.0 out in June, and the iPhone 4G goes to Verizon

iPod nano 4G – back to tall and slim and now in 16GB size

Thank you Apple for bringing the iPod nano back in its very cool, tall, thin, original incarnation. Not only that, but for adding some bright, rad colors (9 total). Oh yes, it now comes in 8 and 16GB versions. So what else is new? For starters, it has a feature called Genius which auto-creates playlists… Continue reading iPod nano 4G – back to tall and slim and now in 16GB size