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Rumor: Sprint to spin off Nextel

Together no more? Rumors are swirling today over the future of Sprint. First off, Seeking Alpha is reporting that Sprint has hired Morgan Stanley for a possible spin-off of its Nextel brand. Sprint’s ongoing troubles have been widely reported over the last few months and many analysts have named …

 
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The iPhone made easy for business customers

Apple has finally granted the wish of business users who have craved the coolness of the iPhone but couldn’t live without their push work e-mail. …

 
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Get a Palm Centro smartphone free with 2-year Sprint service plan

(Credit: Palm) I’m all tingly: Cell-phone store Wirefly is offering the Palm Centro smartphone for free with a 2-year Sprint service plan. Normally, the Centro runs $99.99 after a mail-in rebate; this deal requires no rebate and even includes free shipping. Hence the tingling. I won’t go …

 
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Tip: Syncing Google Calendar with mobile devices

Google Calendar (Credit: Google) Google Calendar is probably one of the most successful web-based calendar tools to hit the Web 2.0 scene, and no wonder. It has a very clean and easy-to-understand user interface, GMail integration, the ability to share calendars with others, SMS notification reminders, and like other …

 
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Rumor: Sprint will spin off Nextel

Together no more? Rumors are swirling today over the future of Sprint. First off, Seeking Alpha is reporting that Sprint has hired Morgan Stanley for a possible spin-off of its Nextel brand. Sprint’s ongoing troubles have been widely reported over the last few months and many analysts have named …

 
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iPhone SDK screenshots

Our sister site iPhone Atlas has posted some screenshots of Apple’s newly minted iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK), which is now available. The shots show a template chooser, an application organizer and the iPhone Simulator (dubbed “Aspen Simulator”). All program assembly takes place in Xcode 3.1, a new …

 
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Apple, meet Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson W910 (Credit: Sony Ericsson) When Apple first unveiled the iPhone’s nifty accelerometer (the fancy part that rotates the display’s orientation when you tip the phone) it was only natural to assume that the feature would eventually be used for gaming. And with today’s announcement of …

 
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Sprint adds Web component to its voice-to-text service

Sprin Nextel today announced an interesting new service that’s designed for people with hearing impairments. Sprint WebCapTel is a Web-based program that shows a person what his or her caller is saying through real-time captions. But unlike the carrier’s existing CapTel service, WebCapTel doesn’t need any special …

 
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Tip: Syncing BlackBerry with OS X applications

I love my BlackBerry Pearl, and I love my Mac, but will they place nice with each other? (Credit: CNET Networks) Mac users are often left standing with the short straw when it comes to the kinds of smartphones they can sync with OS X. If you believe the hype, …

 
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Who wants some wireless spectrum?

As News.com’s Maggie Reardon has told us, the FCC’s ongoing 700MHz auction is proceeding along, albeit a bit slower than the FCC would like. Much has been made about Google’s entry into the bidding process (as Google Airwaves), but the tech giant is hardly the only …

 
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Boost Mobile adds Motorola Krzr K1m, introduces unlimited monthly plans

Motorola Krzr K1m for Boost Mobile (Credit: Boost Mobile) Boost Mobile is often known for their iDEN/Walkie-talkie phones, as their “Where you at?” ads would suggest. However, the youth-oriented Sprint-Nextel offspring also offers a few non-iDEN phones, and its latest is the Motorola Krzr K1m. The K1m has all …

 
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MxTube brings native YouTube downloading to iPhones

MxTube is a fantastic new native application for jailbroken iPhones. If you’re one of the lucky few with a jailbroken handset and the installer app, you’ll find MxTube in the recent packages section as of last night. The app is fairly similar to the iPhone’s native YouTube video viewer with the added benefit of being

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