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Optimus 3D review

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

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New Evo 3D security update to go live today, specific fixes not listed

If you’re an Evo 3D user, there’s some good news about your device hitting the streets today. HTC is releasing a security update for the HTC Evo 3D and will

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Texas Instruments Gearing Up for a New 3D Experience with Me-D

While some regard 3D in the mobile space to be nothing more than a gimmick, others take it very seriously — others like Texas Instruments. The company, infamous for their innovations

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Sony Ericsson Unveils Xperia Arc S

Considering that we haven’t heard much out of SE the past few days save for a few rumored devices, we’re delighted to see that they’re showing off their latest device:

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Aces 3D Brick Breaker Announced, Brings New Life to Classic Game

If you’ve been in the mobile scene long enough, you probably remember Brick Breaker. Concrete Software, Inc. is bringing the game to the next level with Aces 3D Brick Breaker.

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Late 2011 Release for Samsung Galaxy 3D?

3D has slowly been implemented into our everyday lives. Most recently, into phones. This implementation has been mainly with Android phones.

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Video Review of the HTC EVO 3D 4G on Sprint [VIDEO]

We at Android Guys were lucky enough to get some hands on time with the newly released EVO 3D 4G running on the Sprint network, and have had enough time to learn the in’s and out’s of the unit. Continue reading to get our opinion on the handset, as well as a video going over the finer points of the phone.

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LG Thrill Now Set to Arrive at AT&T “This Summer”

We had hoped that LG and AT&T were going to give us a solid launch date or price for their new joint effort yesterday, but alas we are somewhat disappointed.

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Check Your Doorstep! Pre-Ordered EVO 3D Handsets Arriving!

We need your feedback on this one! Android Central is reporting that some of their readers that pre-ordered the new hotness that is the EVO 3D have been receiving them in the mail!

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LG Thrill 4G to be Focus of June 22 3D Entertainment Summit

LG are holding a keynote event in New York on June 22nd to where they plan to preview the Thrill 4G (Optimus 3D) and the future of 3D.  The event

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Get You an EVO-3D for $99 from Radio Shack

Now before you rush out and run to Radio Shack, know that to get an EVO3D for that price, you have to trade in an original EVO or a EVO Shift. That being said, the above image was taken from an email that goodandevo.net received. As you can see, the Shack is offering the brand new EVO device for a base price of $199 on contract, $499.00 off.

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Sharp Extends Aquos Brand with New 3D Android Handset

Again we find ourselves a bit jealous of our Android brothers and sisters who live in Japan.

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More News on the HTC “Doubleshot”

There is more news today that has been gleaned from the leaked Doubleshot ROM yesterday. PocketNow is reporting that they have taken a look at the guts of the ROM, and have gotten some valuable information at what the capabilities of the HTC Doubleshot may be! Check out the quote from the PocketNow article:

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HTC EVO 3D First Look Video

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSuD45mRl_o[/youtube] We are going to let the video do the “talking” for us on this one.  What do you think of the latest EVO device?  3D a gimmick or here

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Muvee Brings 3D Video Editing to Android

Muvee, a maker of video editing technology for Symbian and Windows Mobile, recently released a suite of HD editing tools for Android called CODEN (Compressed Domain Editing Engine). This week, at CTIA,