The latest in mobile IT news for Jan. 23 including Sprint denying rumors about bringing a wireless brand back, the ethical quandary regarding clearing data on smartphones used for business, Icahn furthering his reach into Apple, T-Mobile's foray into banking services for its subscribers and Apple's most recent patent.
Sprint customers using the carrier's iDEN push-to-talk devices will have to find a new way to communicate.
Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) is working with AirWalk Communications to bring to market an enterprise femtocell to Sprint's in-building solutions product portfolio. AirWalk said the product, branded Sprint
Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) has indicated that it will no longer offer mobile broadband plans with unlimited access to WiMAX service beginning in November. And it won't grandfather existing unlimited
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has announced the iPhone 4S, an upgrade from the iPhone 4 that runs on a dual-core A5 processor and is capable of operating on both GSM and CDMA networks. In addition, Sprint
Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) is tweaking some of its policies as its reported launch of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone draws near. The operator is now shortening its handset return time frame from 30 days
AT&T (NYSE: T) Mobility said it may throttle the data speeds of smartphone users that still have unlimited data plans if they use an inordinate amount of data in a given billing period. The
Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S) is poised to launch two highly-touted devices on June 24: the HTC Evo 3D smartphone and the Evo View 4G tablet. First announced in March, the devices are the follow-up to
Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) announced that Sprint Nextel activated its integration of Google Voice, which now enables Sprint customers to use their existing Sprint number as their Google Voice number.
Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) announced that its upcoming PlayBook tablet will be able to run Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android apps. The rumor first broke in February with a report from Bloomberg.