Sprint Abandons Plans For 4g Playbook

Sprint Abandons Plans for 4G PlayBook

Sprint Nextel abandoned plans to sell a 4G version of the BlackBerry's PlayBook, meaning the 4G tablet currently isn't supported by any of the three largest U.S. wireless carriers.

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