BlipWindows Phone 8 is finally coming to America's No. 3 carrier in the form of a BoomSound-stunting handset.
BlipSprint's deadline was just too harsh for Dish to meet, and the satellite now turns its attention to another wireless provider.
Sprint is on the podium, even if it's the third-place U.S. wireless carrier, and two big companies want it.
In a situation as complicated as a soap opera, Verizon reportedly throws its hat in the spectrum pick-up ring.
Google has petitioned the FCC for some wireless spectrum, but one source says it won't be for any consumer service.
Sprint isn't looking to buy the Wimax 4G provider, instead focusing on its acquisition by Japan's SoftBank.