In sketches released today, Kia shows off the next generation of the Forte compact sedan.
The carrier surpasses 260 markets today as nearly two dozen new cities are seeing faster 4G speeds.
The company is playing catch-up to Verizon Wireless in its 4G LTE deployment.
The carrier, well off the pace set by Verizon and AT&T, says the deployment will happen "in the coming months."
As part of Road Trip 2012, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman spent six weeks -- and 4,658 miles -- in BMW's terrific sports coupe. Powerful, smooth, and sleek, the vehicle was a treat to drive.
Knowing it trails Verizon and AT&T in its 4G LTE network, Sprint announces plans to ready over 100 new cities for LTE deployment.
On Thursday, the wireless carrier will expand its LTE coverage into 27 new markets and 44 existing markets as it maintains its lead over rivals AT&T and Sprint Nextel.
The National Transportation Safety Board recommends that lawmakers and other regulators ban the use of hands-free and handheld cell phones while driving.
We're looking ahead to Facebook's F8 conference, where we're expecting all new buttons, tons of data porn, and ever more personalized advertising. Google is also looking ahead to Facebook's F8 conference, by opening Google+ to everyone and making hangouts even more awesome. Plus, we imagine a world in which AT&T's ongoing efforts to push through the T-Mobile acquisition could actually result in increased competition and a smaller, less terrifying incarnation of AT&T itself. And then we crack ourselves up. Also, yeah, Fordo's still going.
CNET editor Wayne Cunningham drives a Mini Cooper Clubman through the French Alps after the Geneva auto show.