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As much as I love Google Voice and the ability to use one account across multiple smartphones, I can’t help but imagine a better scenario. Since I spend most of
Mobile World Congress is around the corner and we told you that LG is on roll to introduce their new line-up at the mega event. We heard that LG is
[dropcap_1] N [/dropcap_1] eed to protect your HTC EVO 4G, no matter what the cost? You might want to check out the Ballistic HC, a rugged, beefy, thick case that
Although most people question LG’s capabilities, you’ve got to admit that they’re often the first with new technologies. They were the first to actually release a dual-core phone, and they
Sprint debuts the fifth member of its growing EVO family.
3D Android phones haven’t really taken off just yet. Even with HTC’s big marketing behind the Evo 3D, and the LG Optimus 3D, we haven’t seen much adoption right out
A fresh Sprint leak coming in the middle of the night confirms the name of the upcoming Galaxy S II and also tips the hand on a pair of new
3D has slowly been implemented into our everyday lives. Most recently, into phones. This implementation has been mainly with Android phones.
So many toys, so little time! The next review we have up in the EVO line of devices is the newly released HTC EVO View 4G, also known as the HTC Flyer. I got some hands on time to play with the device, and recorded my findings in a video review for you after the break. Check it out and make sure to let us know what you think in the comments!
Sprint continues with their line of EVO products today with the release of the EVO 3D handset and EVO View 4G tablet. Both are available online and at stores around
HTC announced a new handset for their Korean market late last night with a very EVO 3D/Sensation-like spec sheet. For all practical purposes, this EVO 4G+ is a Sensation in
Yep, you read the title correctly. WireFly.com is having a special on the Evo 4G, the original 4G Android device for Sprint. You can get an Evo 4G for free with a new 2-year contract on Sprint.
Again we find ourselves a bit jealous of our Android brothers and sisters who live in Japan.
After a no-show at MWC this year, Sprint is looking to make CTIA all about the new and improved carrier. Promising to “pull back the curtain with the latest in