Thoughts on the KEY2, the refreshed MacBook Pro, holes against notches, dating with people who have iPhones and a whole lot more on our show this week!
But with this imaging startup's heavy focus on software-driven results, perhaps we'll see fewer than 16 cameras on this phone.
The company also announced two complementary GPUs for AI-enhanced gaming graphics and for vibrant 4x4 full HD video walls.
The carrier is also adding Phoenix and its hometown of Kansas City to its to-do list for 5G the first thing in 2019. This as it continues to work with T-Mobile to get government approval to merge.
The combined carrier would bring big cost synergies, faster 5G deployment, more jobs to America and, yet, lower costs for consumers, the companies' two CEOs say.
The deal would value Sprint shares at $6.50 apiece. It could be announced as early as Sunday. But it would have a long road to go before it closes.
Parent companies SoftBank and Deutsche Telekom are once again hashing out how much voting interest each would get over a combined number 3 US carrier.
The designer of the processor cores that are somewhat likely in your phone right now says it has not talked with the man that wants to take the company that makes your phone's main processor private.
Jay-Z's streaming music service is internally expected to make money next year, but not before it hits zero on the bank balance.
There's no merger with T-Mobile to come, so Sprint has to pull up its bootstraps and raise prices to get more A-game out of its network.
SoftBank has an 80-percent stake in the nation's fourth-largest carrier. It will increase that stake and work with the fourth-largest cable provider.
John Legere expressed on behalf of T-Mobile and Deutsche Telekom that he wants a merger with Sprint to go on. SoftBank's head honcho has been skeptical.
SoftBank is reportedly questioning if it wants to lose control of Sprint, a carrier it's been working to turn around for years.
4.9 inches at 2032 x 1080. It's an oddity in display resolutions, but it's bright, it refreshes quick and it's on a small form factor smartphone.
The FCC and Department of Justice are set to look at a merger between the nation's fourth- and third-largest cellular networks. They'll be making demands.
The Japanese conglomerate is now said to be willing to have its US carrier, Sprint, move in with Deutsche Telekom's, T-Mobile.
The pick-up comes prior to what is expected to be a big October where Sprint and T-Mobile are expected to announce a merger.
Sprint and T-Mobile failed to merge back in 2014. What happens now could come down the pipes in October, say sources close to negotiations.
The two could reach a deal in weeks or, as it's happened a few times before, scrub out. Sprint has other interests it is looking to grab at.
The fourth largest carrier in the US made $206 million this quarter after years of losses. There's more light at the end of the M&A tunnel, investors see.
The cable and investment moguls are talking with the CEO of Sprint's parent company on a possible deal that could flip a T-Mobile merger on its head.
SoftBank offered to give up controlling rights to a merged wireless operator in the US and it has a ready and willing new owner in Deutsche Telekom.
The cores responsible for that Snapdragon or Helio chip that's responsible for running your phone are getting a big replacement run.