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Supersonic, Inc. recently introduced a new set top box, powered by Android. The SC-66G ($199) Android-powered set-top box features a wireless full-size keyboard and Wi-Fi capability. The SC-66G, which is shipping now
It’s here! The “Supersonic” that has been running through the rumor mill has officially been announced by Sprint as the HTC EVO 4G. It has everything they said it would
Rumors have been swirling that Sprint would be announcing the WiMax-powered HTC Supersonic at CTIA this week, and it looks like another sign is pointing in that direction. Sprint Premier
We’re merely days away from CTIA and Sprint CEO Dan Hesse’s keynote address but we’re pretty darn sure we know what will be part of his agenda. The HTC Supersonic
Sprint plans to have their first 4G WiMAX-capable handset on the market before the summer gets started. According to Forbes, the carrier told them that the device will arrive a
We’ve got a couple of new pictures to pass along to you guys.Â Two of the hottest rumored Android handsets, the Bravo and Supersonic, have been captured in better lighting.Â
Here’s the first look at the forthcoming HTC Supersonic.Â That is, if you want to believe it.Â Someone over at AndroidMobileOS was sent a couple of photos of what’s likely
What you see above is being passed around as “Android 3.0 running on the upcoming HTC Supersonic”.Â The image show a 3-D home screen with the app launcher featured in
We’re not even sure where to begin with this one.Â Just this week we reported that an upcoming WiMAX-enabled handset called the Supersonic was headed to Sprint.Â If you look
Engadget is reporting that a recently uncovered HTC handset with WiMAXÂ will be known as the Supersonic.Â Further, they’ve added a few details to the mix. Among the rumored specs
With over 21,000 registered devices using CyanogenMod v7 RCs or Nightly Builds, it’s typically a very exciting moment when a new milestone is reached. Though most users that flash their
Just had to give a quick shout to the EVO 4G users out there. A tweet by Cyanogen tipped us off that it’d be coming, and a tweet by Toastcfh
A @cyanogen tweet earlier this afternoon brought tears of joy for many users. The latest batch of EVO 4G’s to leave the warehouse had a new camera. This meant that
It has been said that Google was intent on keeping everyone excited this December, and with their releases of Gingerbread, the Nexus S release, ChromeOS’ debut, and the CR-48 shipments
Sprint is Americas second provider when it comes to bloatware, just one step behind Verizon. It doesn’t load it up with freaking Bing, but they do add all kinds of bloatware, no matter whether users think it’s useful or not. But they do update their phones.