Sprint has announced new measures to make it more difficult for criminals to profit from stealing smartphones. It has announced that it will be adding Sprint’s lost and stolen device data to Recipero’s CheckMEND international stolen-property database.
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Sprint has announced that the LG G Flex phablet will be available from Jan. 31. The LG G Flex has a large, curved 6-inch HD display that helps reduce glare.
Kyocera has expanded its Hydro Series of waterproof smartphones with the introduction of the Hydro XTRM and Hydro Edge
The LG Optimus G Pro is now available exclusively from AT&T, for $199.99 with a two-year contract. The LG Optimus G Pro is a powerful 4G LTE smartphone with a large display 5.5-inch similar to Samasung’s Galaxy Note 2.
Consumer Cellular the ‘no contract’ mobile phone service provider has added two more Android smartphones to its line-up. The LG 930 and the Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate.
The new Pantech Perception has just been released on Verizon Wireless. This 4G LTE Android smartphone comes with an impressive 4.8-inch HD display and 8 MP camera.
Cricket has just introduced the Kyocera Kona, a compact flip phone with a solid, basic feature set at an affordable price. It will be available at Cricket company-owned stores and dealers nationwide and online beginning April 21 for $59.99
Cincinnati Bell, provider of communications services for homes and businesses in Greater Cincinnati and Dayton has revealed that it will begin selling the new Sony Xperia ZL from May 1st.
T-Mobile USA has announced that it will supplement its iPhone 5 upfront pricing with a special trade-in offer from April 12. The offer allows customers to trade-in their iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S for a new iPhone 5.
It seems that Mark Zuckerberg’s eagerly anticipated ‘Big Idea’ is to put a Facebook user interface on smartphones as a series of apps that redefine your smartphone’s home page. That’s why they’ve called its Facebook Home and its great if you’re comfortable with Facebook tracking you’re every move and no doubt serving up ever more frequent and personalized ads.