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A femto in every living room?

With just one commercial 3G femto service in play, most Asian operators are content to stay on the sidelines

Palm debuts Pixi, cuts Pre's price

Palm unveiled its second phone based on its webOS platform, the Pixi, and also cut the price of the Palm Pre, as the smartphone maker continues to try and revitalize its business based around the new

UPDATED: Sprint pulls $99 Pre offer for new customers

Hours after news broke that Sprint Nextel would be selling new customers a Palm Pre at half price, the carrier has decided to pull the offer. Sprint spokesman James Fisher told FierceWireless that

Two Clearwire execs leave

Two Clearwire executives are leaving the company. Chief Strategy Officer Scott Richardson has resigned but it staying on as an adviser, while Chief Financial Officer David Sach said his is leaving to

Sprint faced bidding war with unnamed company for Virgin Mobile

A mysterious company that is a "strategic competitor" to Sprint Nextel, identified only as "Company X," attempted to snap up Virgin Mobile USA shortly before Sprint Nextel announced its $483 million

Video: Sprint's HTC Hero in action

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In pictures: Sprint's HTC Hero

Sprint announced it will sell the HTC Android-powered Hero beginning in October. Check out pictures and specifications for this device. Click here to get started <-- Back to the story.

Sprint to launch its first Android phone, the HTC Hero

Sprint Nextel will become the second U.S. carrier to launch a smartphone based on Google's Android platform, following T-Mobile USA, when it releases the HTC Hero next month. Although rumors have

Sprint teams with M2M DataSmart; AT&T opens new M2M lab

Sprint Nextel announced it signed a multi-year deal with wireless data service provider M2M DataSmart to add more M2M devices to its network. Under the agreement, M2M DataSmart will provide test

AT&T opening M2M certification lab

AT&T said it would open a new lab designed specifically to test and certify embedded wireless and machine-to-machine devices for the company's network, further evidence that wireless carriers are