print has some decisions to make this year.
First among them: The Overland Park, Kan., carrier needs to choose how it will employ the spectrum freed up by its planned retirement of its Nextel service. Should it stick with its current network architecture or use those frequencies to launch a new 4G service built on the LTE standard endorsed by competitors AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile?
According to a report from Boy Genius Report, Research in Motion (RIM) is planning an April 10 launch for the Blackberry Playbook.
Research In Motion announced that it would offer its Playbook tablet on LTE and HSPA+ networks "during the second half of 2011."
Getting a new smartphone from Sprint will cost you an extra $10 a month, starting Jan. 30. The carrier announced that it's extending the "Premium Data" surcharge it already levies on data service for 4G smartphones to its entire lineup of Web and app-capable phones, raising the price of its...