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Sprint rolls out LTE in 21 new cities including LA, Charlotte, Memphis

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Cell Phones, Corporate News,

Sprint LTE cities

While Sprint still has a way to go to catch up to the LTE footprint of Verizon and AT&T, the company continues to chug ahead, and today has announced 21 new cities where they've lit up the faster 4G service. If you're in places like Charlotte, North Carolina, Memphis, Tennessee, and Los Angeles, California, you should be able to pick up on the LTE network that Sprint has just turned on in your area. With today's additions, that brings Sprint LTE to 88 cities across the USA. Hit the source link for a list of all 21 cities where Sprint just got a whole lot faster.

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Efron vs. Timberlake: Who’s Going to Memphis?

Zac Efron and Justin Timberlake

Forget that silly Team Edward vs. Team Jacob rivalry. The real question is “Are you Team Zac or Team Justin?”

That’s the unfortunate decision one studio may have to make if an adaptation of Memphis comes to fruition. The Broadway production could soon be headed to the big screen, and rumor has it and Justin Timberlake are both interested in the same role.

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LISTEN: Justin Timberlake Sings Backup for Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow's 100 Miles from Memphis

When it came to recording “Sign Your Name” for her new album, didn’t have to look very far for a backup singer.

Crow, who happened to be working in the same studios as Justin Timberlake, said their collaboration was simply the result of a hallway conversation. “I’ve always liked him. I played (the song) for him, and when it got to the chorus he’s like, ‘Who’s doing the backgrounds?’ I said ‘We haven’t done them yet,’ and he said, ‘I got it,’” she recalled to Billboard. “It was all very organic and, man, perfect. People have no idea how talented this guy is.”

You can listen to the track after the jump.

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So You Think You Can Dance Audition Info

So You Think You Can Dance

Did American Idol‘s premiere make you yearn for a different talent show? Do you find yourself inspired while watching ? If so, these audition dates might be for you.

Starting next month, the producers of will be hitting up the following cities in hopes of finding Season 5’s Joshua Allen.

  • February 3: Miami, FL
  • February 12: Los Angeles, CA
  • March 12: Denver, CO
  • March 16: Memphis, TN
  • March 28: Seattle, WA

More information can be found on the show’s website.

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Big Brother 10 Cast Revealed

Posted by Jacci Lewis Categories: Prime Time, Reality, CBS, Editorial, Gossip, News, Video,

Big Brother 10 logo“Somebody for everyone.” That’s how executive producer Allison Grodner describes the cast of CBS’ .

After a slide in ratings in the past few installments of the long-running reality show, is returning to its roots of throwing actual strangers from all walks of life into one pretend house. This time around producers assure viewers there will be no ex-lovers, no secret father-daughter pairs or long-lost siblings. This is the first time house guests have been true strangers since the third season. (You can see a video clip with the latest contestants after the jump.)

Other than that though, the premise is the same. 13 people try to lie, cheat and steal their way to the $500,000 prize while their every move is monitored by 50 cameras for three months. The producers insist there will be twists, but past relationships aren’t among them.

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Monday Ratings: Kansas Wins NCAA, Viewers

Last night’s NCAA final gave CBS just enough oomph to push past ABC in both the viewers and the demos.

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