Latest Sprint Update Finally Fixes Bug Preventing Samsung Moment Users…

Happy news for Samsung Moment users: Sprint is pushing through an update which will fix the "911 call restrictions after modem crash related to airplane mode and data lockup." Basically this means that now your phone shouldn't prevent you from making calls after you toggle its Wi-Fi off. [MobileCrunch] » 10/22/10 6:36pm 10/22/10 6:36pm

Froyo Available on Sprint "In Near Future," Motorola Droid X in August

Google may've let Froyo out of the bag, but until the networks and manufacturers release it that won't mean anything to those ready to kick Android 2.1 to the curb. Sprint and Motorola's (rough/unconfirmed) plans are detailed below. UPDATE » 6/25/10 11:42am 6/25/10 11:42am

Samsung Moment Users: You're Finally Getting Android 2.1! Celebrate!

The wait for Android 2.1 is finally over for Samsung Moment users, but the rest of you—such as those rocking an HTC Hero—will be waiting for a while longer. Ah well, let's just be happy for the Moment. [SprintThanks, Aaron!] » 5/13/10 5:54pm 5/13/10 5:54pm

Remainders - The Good, Bad and Ugly Things We Didn't Post (and Why)

Abandon all hope, ye who enter Remainders. Today, we've got: Windows 7 needs less tech support than anyone expected, Acer's Olympic-themed laptop, Sprint's Android phones skipping Android 2.0, and a leaked Panasonic (non-Micro) Four Thirds camera. » 12/18/09 1:00am 12/18/09 1:00am

Samsung Moment Review: The ED-209 of Android Phones

The Samsung Moment is the first Android phone trying to be special purely through hardware: It's got a really rich AMOLED display, a gigantic keyboard, an 800MHz processor (the fastest yet for Android) and it's on Sprint's sturdy 3G network. » 10/27/09 11:00am 10/27/09 11:00am

AMOLED screen is pretty Big ol' keyboard Big ol' phone Faster…