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T-Mobile Sparq - cellular phone - GSM

The Alcatel-made T-Mobile Sparq is a QWERTY feature phone for those looking for the utmost in simple keybaord communication.

By April 30, 2013


Yahoo buys mobile-marketing company Sparq

Looking to broaden and monetize its mobile audience, the Internet giant acquires a platform that lets users jump between apps on their smartphones.

By January 21, 2014


T-Mobile Sparq messaging phone quietly demoed at CES

Shh! The T-Mobile Sparq is an already-announced off-contract messaging phone that got lost in the shadows of the show.

By January 13, 2012


There you are, T-Mobile Sparq (photos)

Although announced months ago, CES 2012 was the first chance we got to see the simple, prepaid messaging phone.

4 Images By January 13, 2012


Get a Sparq from T-Mobile

T-Mobile's Sparq is more than just a messaging phone; it's also Alcatel's first handset with a major U.S. carrier.

By November 3, 2011


SyQuest jumps 40 percent

The portable storage shows major gains?but that's not hard to do when you're at a buck a share and you look like a takeover target.

By October 26, 1998


Short Take: SyQuest drives go into Compaq PCs

SyQuest signed a three-year agreement with Compaq to include the former's 1GB Sparq removable cartridge hard drive into machines made under Compaq's newly announced configure-to-order scheme. The agreement with the world's largest PC maker is a significant win for SyQuest, at the expense of Iomega. High-capacity cartridge drives like the Sparq and the Zip drive are increasingly replacing floppies.

June 9, 1998


Problems persist for Iomega

While trying to revitalize sales by cutting prices, Iomega faces many challenges in going for profitability and growth.

June 2, 1998


Price cuts, new Jaz for Iomega

Iomega discounts its 1GB Jaz while rolling out a 2GB version, as well as a package that allows users to edit digital content on their PCs.

February 13, 1998


Storage products proliferate

The market is awash with announcements of consumer-friendly technology in advance of Comdex.

By November 10, 1997