This is innteressting. An advertisement for the Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE for Sprint, the latest Android 4.0 hotness, has appeared on CNET. There is no Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE on Sprint yet. This accidental leak pretty much means there will be.
The BlackBerry PlayBook, perhaps the first great 7-inch tablet, has found an "exclusive" home with Sprint. It'll be available this summer and the Sprint PlayBook will come complete with that 4G (WiMAX). Pricing details are unknown at this point but here's what the PlayBook's OS looks like to keep yourself excited.
November 1st for New York, December 1st for Los Angeles and San Francisco in "late December." That's the promise from Clearwire, Comcast and Sprint in regards to the big switching-on of their 4G WiMax services—Clearwire in the case of CLEAR, Comcast with XFINITY Internet 2go, and Sprint for Sprint 4G. [Clearwire]
From today, several areas of California, along with Florida, Delaware and Michigan are able to receive Sprint's 4G service. Anyone for an EVO 4G?
Some folks have reason to be very happy, very soon: Sprint will be rolling out 4G service in cities including Rochester, NY, Syracuse, NY, Kennewick, WA, Pasco, WA, Visalia, WA and more starting in July. [BGR]
While Sprint takes its time unrolling its 4G data network, they'd like the public to know that some cool tech will be ready to exploit the system's speed. Two newly announced routers bridge 4G data to Wi-Fi.