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]
Sprint initially said the EVO 4G sold more devices in one day than the Palm Pre and Samsung Instinct did in three days combined, but they've now stated "we inadvertently erred in the comparison," with an analyst slashing his estimation of EVO sales from 300,000 to 150,000 for the launch weekend. [Reuters]
News just in—the HTC EVO 4G has officially been more loved on launch day than the Palm Pre. While queues were around the block for many Sprint stores selling the webOS phone last June, it wasn't any match for the HTC EVO 4G. Friday saw the most sales for any one phone sold at Sprint in one day—in fact, there were…
Sprint has gifted its HTC Hero owners the long-awaited Android 2.1 update, seven months after the first screenshots of a Hero running the faster, snazzier version showed up.
Whether you blame it on Twitter, texts, or the inability to make a phone call on a touchscreen phone, the US is moving away from voice calls, with the average length of a call falling dramatically in the last year.