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HTC Evo 4G: Review

HTC has surely made its presence felt this year by releasing a few good phones such as the One X, One V and the Evo 4G. The last Evo installment was called Evo 3D and gained popularity among people who prefer high specs with a hint of 3D. This year, HTC has come out with

More Info Emerges On Sprint’s “HTC One X”?

I’m still not totally comfortable calling the phone that’s rumored to be heading to Sprint as the next Evo, the HTC One X. The reason is because HTC made it pretty clear in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress which carriers were getting One series phones and both Sprint and Verizon Wireless were not one of

HTC & Sprint Announce HTC Evo Design 4G

The latest device to join the HTC Evo line up at Sprint has been announced. The HTC Evo Design 4G is sleek new Android device, that brings a world phone to the Sprint/HTC Evo line. The HTC Evo Design 4G features a 1.2ghz processor with a large 4″ qHD touchscreen display. In the camera department

Trade In Your Old EVO & Get $100 Towards The EVO 3D

Radio Shack is offering one hell of a deal regarding the HTC EVO 3D. At the moment Radio Shack is offering the HTC EVO 3D for the price of $199 on contract of course or you can pick one up off contract for $500. However, as you see from the image they are also offering


Cyanogen Mod CM7 RC1 Is Now Available

Ok for all you Cyanogen and Team Douche users the day has arrived. The first release candidate for Cyanogen Mod 7 (CM7) is now available.  CM7 RC 1 is available for the following devices: Nexus One T-Mobile G2 MyTouch 4G Evo 4G As with all Cyanogen mods it’s based on the Gingerbread AOSP but has

Sprint lights up New York’s Wimax network

Sticking to their word Sprint has officially launched “Wi-Max” service in the New York metropolitan area. “Wi-Max” is referred to by Sprint and partner Clearwire as “4G” despite not reaching speeds of 100mbps, the “4G” standard set by the ITU-R, and reinforced by the organizations standards board late last month. Regardless of the actual name,

Android friendly Powermat accessories in the wild!

It’s easy to sit back and complain about the rush of iAccessories and very little Android coverage by comparison.  The simple truth is it is way easier to make things for one device that sells, versus 50 devices that sell combined. It does stand to reason, however, that with the growing popularity of the brand as

Responsible Rooting or Rooting for the Rest of Us

By: Russell H, Senior Editor, TDG Online Responsible Rooting, or Rooting for the rest of us Root Access, a topic as old as Android itself, gets a refresh every time a new device comes out. Controlling your device on an Administrator (Super User, as it’s known in Linux) level is significant for many Android users.