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Samsung confirms Android phones for Sprint, T-Mobile

Samsung has confirmed that Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile USA will launch the first Samsung phones in the United States based on Google's Android platform. The confirmation, made by a Samsung executive

Sprint CFO racks up $600,000 in flight costs

Sprint's Chief Financial Officer booked more than $600,000 in airplane travel last year, outspending CEO Dan Hesse by a factor of 30. The extravagant perk was revealed in a recent SEC filing. When

Sprint offering cable companies converged services

Sprint Nextel will begin offering cable companies converged services that will merge a customer's broadband, TV, home telephone service and wireless service. The move is in keeping with recent

Samsung reveals WiMAX tablet details

Samsung revealed information regarding its first handheld WiMAX device slated to operate over Clearwire's network. The vendor plans to introduce the SWD-M100 Mondi soon, but it's unclear when. The

Hockaday leaving Sprint Nextel board

Irvine Hockaday, Jr. told Sprint Nextel that he is resigning from the company's board of directors. Hockaday said he will not stand for re-election at the Sprint's annual shareholder's meeting May

CTIA show wireline angles: FMC and backhaul

Supercomm is on the move, which clears the spring of big trade shows at which you can expect to see both the top telco talent making the rounds and large numbers of important core telecom vendors

Sprint Nextel looking to embedded partnerships

Sprint Nextel said it plans to create partnerships with companies to promote embedded wireless technology to expand its revenue stream beyond traditional mobile service, according to the Wall Street

Cox making 3G moves

Cox Communications, which won spectrum in the 700 MHz band, is expected to announce vendors for its 3G network in the coming months. The cable provider has already brought on BCI Communications to

Sprint announces 4G rollout schedule

As expected, Sprint Nextel said it will launch its 4G service at the same time Clearwire rolls out WiMAX service. Sprint will operate as an MVNO to Clearwire and offer mobile WiMAX products and

Sprint mirrors Clearwire with 4G rollout plans

Sprint Nextel announced the rollout plans for its Sprint 4G mobile WiMAX service, mirroring the launch timetable of Clearwire. Sprint will operate as an MVNO to Clearwire and offer mobile WiMAX