Sprint Is Ditching 4G WiMax for 4G LTE: What It Means for You

So! Sprint just made it official that they will be rolling out 4G LTE, and basically slowly backing away from their current 4G network, WiMax. What does that mean for you? » 10/07/11 10:26am 10/07/11 10:26am

Motorola "Opus One" Android Phone Offering Nothing But a Tease

The boys at BGR got a hold of a mysterious Motorola phone called the Opus One this morning. Details are sparse, but the source (described as "new") says the phone is the company's first Android iDEN handset. » 12/06/09 11:00am 12/06/09 11:00am

Rumor: T-Mobile Lusting To Buy Sprint

T-Mobile may be smallish in the US, but it's owned by German giant Deutsche Telekom, a company plenty powerful enough to buy up Sprint if it wanted to...and the rumor mill says it may want to. The Inquirer points out the obvious network issues that might arise. After all, what do you get when you cross a GSM network… » 5/05/08 8:43am 5/05/08 8:43am

Boost Mobile's half-inch thick Motorola i425 iDEN candy bar is now up for grabs for a mere $40. It comes in black with slate trim or white with espresso accents, and features push-to-talk and IM. [Business Wire] » 10/08/07 10:00am 10/08/07 10:00am

Motorola Shows Off Cheap Sexy Still-Unannounced i335 for Nextel

The i335 is a thin candybar with a rubber keypad that feels like leather and a funky corrugated plastic back. It's been rumored here and there, and should not be confused with an older Moto with the same name. Regardless, Motorola and its partner in iDEN crime Sprint (as in Nextel) have yet to say anything more than… » 7/26/07 9:45pm 7/26/07 9:45pm

Motorola i290 Expected to be Heading for Sprint

Those chaps at the Phone Arena have put their money on Motorola's i290 phone becoming the first slimline iDEN model for the Sprint network. Although its screen is a bit on the titchy side, the i290 packs enough features to be useful and will fit in your pocket without you making you look like Spinal Tap's Derek… » 7/19/07 9:05am 7/19/07 9:05am

Motorola ic502 Gets FCC Approval

The Motorola ic502, which is poised to become the first iDEN/CDMA dual mode cellphone, just received approval from the FCC, paving the way for its introduction on Sprint. Also known as the RACER, the ic502 supports the different mobile technologies to varying degress; iDEN support is limited to dispatch only, making… » 7/01/06 3:03pm 7/01/06 3:03pm

New iDen's Identified

Motorola is preparing some new launches for its less glamourous line of iDen phones. They don't get names like RAZR or The Pebble, but these mobiles are always hearty and well-made for those of you who may actually use them for more than a fashion statement. The FCC has filed some details and what we know of now is… » 8/31/05 12:55pm 8/31/05 12:55pm