A smarter Network has arrived. Introducing Sprint SparkIntroducing Sprint Spark

The wireless world is about to get a lot more interesting. Read more

A smarter Network has arrived. Introducing Sprint SparkIntroducing Sprint Spark

The wireless world is about to get a lot more interesting.

The future of mobile data is here. Sprint Spark is poised to deliver unprecedented data speeds, stronger in-building signal and improved call quality on our tri-band enhanced LTE network.

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Sprint Spark, HD Voice arrive in 2 new markets

Today, Provo, Utah and Trenton, N.J. join America’s newest network. Both Trenton and Provo now offer Sprint Spark™ for ultra-fast data and Provo becomes the newest HD™ Voice-capable city, with support for Trenton coming soon. Sprint Spark is a revolutionary data capability that delivers peak wireless speeds of up to 60Mbps over a mobile network […]
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Sonos ditches the bridge

Sonos’ multi-room wireless music system is crazy easy to use, but it’s always had one annoying little drawback: You’ve got to plug at least one Sonos speaker or a Sonos Bridge into your router for it to work. Well the company just announced that it’s overhauled its tech so that you don’t need to be […]
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Toyota shows off Tron bike

I have made this comparison before, and perhaps will again, but, damnit, this is a Tron bike, right? That is, inarguably, what this is. The FV2 is a concept motorcycle from Toyota, set up only a little ostentatiously at the New York Auto Show. Instead of a steering wheel, the cycle turns when a driver leans into […]
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The internet of things is great for chipmakers

As chipmakers realize the power and increasing amount of silicon is inside our connected devices they are racing to own as much of the market as possible while publicizing their work in the internet of things. Yesterday, for the first time, Intel broke out details regarding the revenue associated with the internet of things. It […]
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Biz Stone: Twitter must ‘make bold choices'

SAUSALITO, Calif. — During a chat today at VentureBeat’s Mobile Summit, Twitter and Jelly cofounder Christopher Isaac “Biz” Stone said Twitter is “going to have to make bold choices to survive with the times.” In response to Twitter’s stock price being down in 2014 since reaching all-time highs in December after its November IPO, Stone shared that he doesn’t want Twitter “to play it safe and cater […]
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KitKat upgrade improves Google Glass battery life

After a few months without a regularly scheduled software update, Google Glass now has one in the form of KitKat. Google took time off from monthly updates to deliver Android 4.4 to the wearable computer, which is ideal because KitKat is the version of Android that works better on devices with less powerful chips and smaller […]
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Etsy to launch its wholesale platform this summer, will take a 3.5% commission for each order

Etsy plans to publicly launch its wholesale program in August, and today revealed how much it’ll be charging users for each order. The scheme launched in beta almost a year ago and is designed to connect Etsy’s army of sellers with prominent retailers. While many independent manufacturers find success selling their hand-crafted creations on Etsy, […]
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How Coursera will become big business

Coursera advertises the ability to “take the world’s best courses, online, for free” on its website, but that doesn’t mean the company can’t be a big business one day. Indeed, Coursera’s newly announced chief executive, Rick Levin, appears to harbor such ambitions. “I think we can become financially viable certainly within that five-year framework,” Levin, […]
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Why accurate ad measurement is critical

Accurately measuring the effectiveness of mobile ads is the “circulatory system” that is critical to the health of the mobile ecosystem, but coming up with the right way to do that is easier said than done, according to mobile measurement experts who explored the topic today. The talk was part of the opening session at […]
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New York real estate trend: sensors

It’s one thing to install connected devices in your house. But things can get more interesting when such devices sit all around your neighborhood. Hudson Yards, a major mixed-use real estate project on Manhattan’s West Side, will be outfitted with sensors, to give residents and workers accurate information on metrics like energy use, air quality, and […]
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