Wireless carriers say they've got you covered with fast, reliable mobile service at this summer's big political events.
Technically Incorrect: After Sprint hires the guy who recited the famous line in Verizon commercials, a Verizon ad shows Jamie Foxx sniffing that no one talks on the phone anymore.
Sprint's two prepaid brands launch the phone online today, and it will hit stores next week.
The LG phone is the first part of AT&T's rollout of the service to Android devices.
We chat about the effects of Snowden's leaks, as well as Mark Zuckerberg's social-media accounts getting hacked and Sprint's new pitchman.
Technically Incorrect: The man who asked "Can You Hear Me Now?" for Verizon was an advertising icon. Sprint may now be asking too much of him.
The move comes a week after the telecommunications giant announced plans to sell part of its stake in Alibaba.
After a challenge from T-Mobile, the National Advertising Division advises Sprint to halt ads claiming it can cut your bill in half.
Get to the stadium for 50 percent off and get into the soccer spirit.
Soccer-obsessed Marcelo Claure is among a growing breed of tech executives investing in pro sports franchises.
If gobs of data isn't enough, Sprint's latest incentive is 12 free months of Amazon's subscription service.
Carriers are always spouting numbers and stats that "prove" they have the best network. CNET rides along with RootMetrics for a day to see what it takes to get the real answers.
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