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Sprint replaces Sprint As You Go with Sprint Prepaid brand: New plans at $45 and $60 for smartphones

Sprint launched a new no-contract offering dubbed "Sprint Prepaid" to go offer the prepaid market, a brand that will stand apart from Sprint's existing Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile prepaid brands. The brand's introduction comes amid intensifying competition in the no-contract market.

Samsung mobile exec Packingham departs company

Samsung Electronics confirmed that one of its top U.S. mobile executives, Kevin Packingham, has left the company.

Sprint MVNO TextNow launches LTE smartphone as part of expanded phone service

Sprint MVNO TextNow, which offers its main IP-based messaging service over Wi-Fi and roams onto Sprint's network when outside Wi-Fi coverage, is launching an LTE smartphone as part of its expanded phone service offering. TextNow said it will now offer Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S III for $200.

Samsung Galaxy S III beats iPhone 5 in customer satisfaction study

Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II were the top-rated smartphones in terms of customer satisfaction, beating out Apple's iPhone 5 and other recent iPhones, according to a new report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index.

Samsung: We'll hit 10M Galaxy S4 sales in less than a month

Samsung Electronics said that global shipments of its new flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone will hit 10 million less than a month after it went on sale, beating the sales pace of its predecessor the Galaxy S III.

Samsung Galaxy S4: Complete coverage

Samsung announced its new Galaxy S4 smartphone. The gadget features a wide range of top-flight features and functions including  a Full HD Super AMOLED display, a 5-inch screen, a 13-megapixel camera, and support for a wide range of wireless networks including multiple LTE networks.

Samsung heads into Galaxy S IV launch with marketing advantage, supply chain concerns

Samsung Electronics will take the wraps off its Galaxy S IV smartphone tomorrow in New York City, but it already has one advantage over rival Apple: it's spending more on marketing.

Samsung sets stage for Galaxy S IV release, with raised expectations

Samsung Electronics is widely expected to unveil its latest flagship device, the Galaxy S IV smartphone, Thursday night at a media event in New York City, and when it does it will be showing off more than just new hardware and software--Samsung will be displaying to the world how it approaches a major smartphone launch now that it is the undisputed global leader in smartphones and handsets in general.

Report: Samsung's Galaxy S IV will track eye movements to scroll

Samsung Electronics is gearing up for the launch of its Galaxy S IV smartphone next week, and leaks are starting to pour in about the gadget's purported specifications and features. According to a  New York Times  report, one of the new software features will allow the device to track users' eyes to determine when to scroll to a page on the screen.

Report: Apple sold 27.4M iPhone 5 units, 17.4M iPhone 4S units in Q4, surpassing Galaxy S III

Apple's iPhone 5 was the world's best-selling smartphone in the fourth quarter, according to a new report from research firm Strategy Analytics. The firm said Apple's latest model, along with its older iPhone 4S, outsold Samsung Electronics' flagship Galaxy S III during the fourth quarter.