We all feel a little safer when we have some protection. Whether in our car, in our home, throughout our daily lives. Well Sprint has expanded that security that we all need. The Now network has announced that it is releasing a new security suite called Sprint Guardian. These mobile security solutions will bring together Sprint, Safely, and Lookout.
I did a clean install of F11 on my desktop box yesterday, and for the first time made a separate /home/ partition. I tweaked things to my liking, installed all the 3rd party software I want, and checked everything out. The only thing I saw was SELinux whining about something or other the first time I opened Firefox and T Bird, but not since. Hmm... everything works. What's up with that?
Amazon Wireless is now offering the country’s latest and greatest smartphone, Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G LTE for only $150 on contract! What’s even more awesome about this deal is that current upgrade eligible Sprint customers can take advantage of this amazing offer as well, as long as they are cool with autographing a new 2 year contract.
Sometimes, a customer doesn’t want to go with one of the big name carriers like Sprint or Verizon. Smaller MNVOs are popular alternatives to the larger (usually contract-centric) carriers. Both options have their place with consumers, but in many situations, MNVOs don’t have a good enough device selection to sway as many costumers.
Ever since RIM stopped releasing new phones Sprint has tried to use Moto phones as a Blackberry substitute - middle-of-the-road specs with hardware keyboards (XPRT, Admiral, Photon Q LTE) while ATT & Verizon got the Droid and RAZR lines of flagship phones. Now that Blackberry is filling the hardware keyboard void again will Moto start showing Sprint some Android flagship love?
The patent dramas of the last couple of years have included fights between the very biggest tech titans — Oracle v. Google; Samsung v. Apple; etc. — those picking on the little guys — remember patent troll Lodsys suing all those iOS developers?
hello everyone just a little "noob's" problem which would be me(sarcasm)when i try changeing the system clock in bios it messes the crunchbang time and vice-versaP.S any input is welcome even sarcasm though please explain it if i don't get it in one go.