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LG Thrill 4G Official on AT&T

What was up until this point known as the LG Optimus 3D is now the LG Thrill 4G, a device which still totes the 3D capabilities but rolls with G-G-G-G in the name to let you know that it's extra gangster. One of the items AT&T is pushing for this device and we're happy to see is their developer program supporting the 3D environment. Nothing pumps your device up like some good apps, and nothing tears your device down like a 3D feature with a limited amount of apps you can use it with. Thusly - develop! This device is also apparently the first AT&T device to come pre-loaded with Qik for use over wifi - video chat in crystal clarity.

HTC EVO 3D Review

Welcome to the first real curtain call to the original HTC EVO 4G of yore, this being the HTC EVO 3D, a dual-core 4G HTC device with what may appear at first to have everything its predecessor had and more, what with the fashionably red-framed dual-LED flash-having 3D camera at the back. That's not just one, but two cameras for a stereoscopic vision of the world through both photos and video. And the 3D doesn't end there - a glasses-free 3D vision for your gaming and eventually alternate app supporting everyday experience. Will this device take the HTC cake, or is it, as many commenters and talking heads of the past have suggested: a gimmick?

HTC Sensation 4G Review [T-Mobile]

The folks at HTC have taken their now-classic form-factor for Androids to another level and have once again proven that their last round of 4.3-inch devices just weren't good enough. Yours truly used the ThunderBolt for months after it was released while other phones were put back in their boxes after a week-long review - did the HTC Sensation 4G carried on T-Mobile suffer the same fate? Or will it go the way of the ThunderBolt, sticking around for weeks and weeks and even beyond that test of time, on into infamy? It's got a dual-core processor, a brand new version of HTC Sense UI over Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and it's running one of the most powerful dual-core processors in the world - chances are pretty good this one's a winner.

T-Mobile Sensation 4G Availability Revealed [Official!]

We've just got our hands on the press release as revealed by T-Mobile that contains all the information we've gotta have before we know how much cash we're going to have to drop down on the HTC Sensation 4G. This press release lets us know that the device will be out "by June 15th," this POSSIBLY dashing hopes that the device will be announced on June 8th, but not completely - announcements, releases, and presentations are all different of course.

Sprint Releases Details of 3D Content to be Available for Evo 3D

While we're still waiting for a release date, Sprint and has decided to tease us with a few new details about the HTC Evo 3D. The dual-core, glasses-less 3D featuring phone is launching on Sprint's 4G network sometime this summer, and now we're starting to get a better idea of what sort of content we'll have to take advantage of that 4.3" 3D screen.

Amazon Nearly Prepared for Samsung Galaxy Player 4.0

Remember back a million years ago, aka January of this year, when we did an odd review of some Samsung commercials advertising a device that looked awfully similar to an iPod Touch? Turns out that product is FINALLY nearly ready to be sold in the USA, and by the looks of things, it'll be coming to Amazon first. Also there's certainly been more news on these little devices since those commercials, but not a whole heck of a lot on a release date - and that's what matters most!

HTC Sensation Review via SlashGear

Our good man in England mister Chris Davies has HTC's new kingly phone in hand and he's put it through ALL the punches for you and I. For Davies, and for us, this sort of marks the point at which it's no longer a battle between Android and Apple, but a civil war between the Androids. Truly the HTC Sensation's biggest opponent is the Galaxy S II, a phone which we know to be groundbreaking as well in many ways. Have a look below to see how SlashGear sees the situation, how the Sensation adds up, and how it'll look when it comes on over to us in Pyramid form.

Sharp Aquos Hybrid 007sh Clamshell Official

What in the weird is going on here? It's true Android can be run on basically any device you've got prepared for it to run on, but a clamshell phone? Sort of like back to the future, yes? This device is Sharp's effort to bring something "new" to the Android world with some surprisingly impressive specs for such a retro looking phone. Behold a 1GHz second-gen Snapdragon processor, 16-megapixel rear camera, and Dropbox and Qik apps pre-installed for your pleasure!

Waiting in Line at Google I/O for the First Keynote [UPDATE: We’re in!]

Today at 11AM Central time is the first Google keynote speech, and we're currently waiting in line for the bigtime door opening. There's about ten billion people standing in line here, but I assure you, we'll have the big news first! That is to say, we'll be the first to be analyzing while everyone else is running around screaming because Ice Cream Sandwich is the greatest thing since they created the original tasty treat. Stay tuned and get your fists ready for some heavy pumping and your eyeballs ready for some heavy reading of some bomb dropping!

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Review in a Nutshell

True to form, our good pal Chris Davies has the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer up and running as fast as a bunny, reviewing the heck out of it for you and me so that we might know if it's really worth the $400 we'll be paying for it! This device also has the code TF101 attached to it for further IDing and is, in short, a 10.1-inch Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet with a rather fashionable keyboard dock attachment that essentially allows you to work with the device as a tablet or a laptop. Will it power past the competition?
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