Items tagged with Sprint Faster

Sprint is trying to push the limits of mobile Internet speeds with its Sprint Spark™ capability, but for all of its efforts on that front, the endeavor requires more than just theoretical capabilities to become a reality. Yes, the infrastructure is there, and the underlying tech has been worked out, but in order for end users to actually benefit from enhanced LTE speeds, they have to have the right hardware in their hands. Sprint knows this and has already built partnerships and agreements to bring Sprint Spark’s capability to a few popular handsets. Thank you to Sprint for sponsoring... Read more...
When 3G speeds became widely available, it changed everything about mobile. No longer was mobile Internet access a (very slow) novelty; instead, it enabled users to accomplish serious tasks while out and about and enjoy all manners of entertainment, from watching videos to social networking. It even became possible to use mobile 3G hotspots to keep laptops and other mobile devices connected even when away from a WiFi network. As 4G LTE rolls out, the game is changing yet again, as it offers speeds several times that of 3G. However, even as the 4G revolution persists, Sprint is looking to push mobile... Read more...
We can all agree that healthcare always needs improving, right? Even the best healthcare in the world with the best doctors and nurses can be hamstrung by something as small as poor filing practices or the inability to send or receive medical records in a timely manner. There are always weak links in the chain so to speak, and as the adage goes, you’re only as strong as your weakest link. Mobile technology can certainly help improve things. That’s true of a variety of fields including business and industry, but it’s also true in medicine. Healthcare could substantially benefit... Read more...
Look at your smartphone. Do you love it? Do you hate it? Is the screen cracked? Is the camera junky? Is the phone too slow? As things stand now, it doesn’t matter what you think; if you like your phone, fine, but if there’s anything you don’t like about it, the only thing you can really do is buy a new one. But this current paradigm of smartphones being a single, un-upgradeable unit is shifting, and it could very well change everything about the mobile industry for the better... Thank you to Sprint Faster for sponsoring this article. Get inspired by innovation and see what’s... Read more...