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SPOTLIGHT: Sprint expands partnership with Google

Sprint announced a partnership with Google that promises to more deeply integrate the web services giant's applications into the mobile user experience.

Report: Sprint considers Nextel spin-off

Yesterday, the rumor mill claimed that T-Mobile USA parent company Deutsche Telekom was mulling a bid for Sprint Nextel. Now a report in the Wall Street Journal says Sprint is considering a plan to

Qwest drops Sprint, taps Verizon for wireless

Sprint Nextel, already struggling this year with a declining customer base and falling revenues, was dealt another blow yesterday as Qwest Communications confirmed it was dropping the company as its

Sprint's backhaul conundrum

Last month Sprint Nextel said provisioning of backhaul is the primary hold-up to the

T-Mobile USA to merge with Sprint Nextel?

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, T-Mobile USA parent company Deutsche Telekom is mulling a bid to acquire Sprint Nextel. The acquisition would lead to a combined T-Mobile USA and

ALSO NOTED: Instinct promo site; Alcatel Playboy phone; and much more...

> Samsung launches a promotional website for the Instinct, which is set to debut on Sprint's network in the coming months.

Sprint appoints Brust as CFO

Sprint Nextel has tapped former chief financial officer of Eastman Kodak, Robert Brust as its new CFO. Brust also previously served as a finance executive at Unisys and General Electric. Sprint's

Will AT&T subsidize the 3G iPhone?

Fortune is reporting that AT&T is planning to this time subsidize the 3G version of the Apple iPhone, knocking off the price by $200. By offering the phone at a cheaper price, AT&T reportedly

Time Warner CEO says wireless broadband 'interesting'

Time Warner, which recently ended its relationship with Sprint Nextel for the Pivot wireless offering that gave the cable operator a quadruple play, gave some nebulous information regarding the

DEALS: Apple buys chipmaker

DEALSWHOWITHWHATSCOOPApplePA SemiApple bought chipmaker PA Semi for about $278 million.The deal is a particular slap in the face for Intel. Apple could use it to drive Intel's