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HTC EVO 3D Possible Launch Date of June 24th

We all first saw the EVO 3D back at CTIA, we even had some hands-on with it. There has been talk and rumors about a release date for a while now but we still have not heard anything concrete. Apparently a flyer recently found by Radio Shack is noting the EVO 3D will be for sale starting June 24th.

HTC EVO 3D Available Today on Pre-Order, but it is a SECRET!

Don't tell anybody! There's a note being passed around that we just happen to have text from, one that's telling all the employees at Best Buy Mobile - aka the most fun part of the whole store, that they're able to speak of this pre-order only to people who ask about it specifically. If you say you might want to check out a different phone, you're out of luck! Have a look below at how you can reserve your HTC EVO 3D at a Best Buy today, and keep it a secret!

Cyanogen Gingerbread Mod adds Droid support with bug fixes

A new update of Cyanogen 7 has been released, fixing a few bugs, adding a few new features, and bringing Gingerbread to the Motorola Droid. The new release, CM7.0.2, offers a built in theme engine, GPS fixes, a fix to the proximity and light sensor, as well as tablet and notification tweaks. The release comes fresh on the heels of 7.0.1 which was announced at the beginning of the month. But users complained of several bugs and the mod was prompted pulled and polished to get it ready for prime time.

HTC EVO Gingerbread 2.3 build has just leaked

We have a little treat that just appeared. That treat is some Gingerbread cookies or some sort of Gingerbread. Yes you heard it right. Android 2.3 Gingerbread for the HTC EVO has just leaked. It has Sense UI and all, probably an insider source leak, so that is a good thing.

CyanogenMod 7 Stable build finished, Get some Now!

The time has come yet again, don't get to excited because the TD servers are getting hammmmmered. That is the sound of hundreds of thousands of people all downloading CyanogenMod 7 for their Android device of choice. CM is now on over 30 devices so there is plenty of happy people around tonight.

Android friend HTC passes Nokia and RIM in Market Cap

HTC devices like the Nexus One, EVO, and more like the Flyer have helped them fly past and exceed not only Nokia, but also RIMs market cap. This is good news for our devoted Android handset maker. Our source mentions they have grown over 30 times their value over the last 5 years to a whopping $33.88 billion. That is compared to Nokia's $32.85 bn, and RIM's slowly lowering $28.5 bn.

HTC Thunderbolt Download 30+ Skins for Sense UI 2.0

So everyone has started to get their new and awesome HTC Thunderbolts over the last week or so. I'm sure you all love it. For those like me that always want to tinker, or change how things look we have a little treat for you. A XDA member by the name of sopL87 has made a huge collection of unique and nice looking skins for your Sense 2.0 device. They work on the Thunderbolt as well as the Desire HD and basically any Sense 2.0 device. Here are a few of my favorite.

Android’s Got Talent! Beats Dancing with the Stars [Video]

Well, it looks like the little green robot gets around. Our best friend here at AC, the Android Mascot has done it again. This time it is in the form of a dancing robot. I must say though, watch the full video as this Android has some mad skillz. Dances in sync with the beat and everything. Not to mention having those moves while in a suit can't be easy. This might remind you guys of the Giorgio Armani Android hitting the Catwalk.

HTC EVO 3D Features micro-USB Port with HDMI Capability

One of the oddest little bits we've seen here on the brand new(ly announced) HTC EVO 3D is a lovely little port on the side that, in a way that we expect will become more and more commonplace as bigger groups like HTC adopt it, will reduce the number of ports we've got surrounding our everyday devices down to the minimum. What the port we've got here on the HTC EVO 3D is a micro-USB 2.0 (five pin) with mobile high-definition video link (aka MHL) for both USB or HDMI connection.

HTC Shooter Leaked via GLBenchmark, May be Dual-Core EVO 3D

First lets get out the way with what the EVO 3D is - last we heard of it, it was earlier this month and a couple of rather interesting coincidences pointed directly at a phone by that name being released on Sprint, quite possibly to be revealed officially at CTIA 2011, which incidentally, we will be at with bells on. So what are we looking at today? The lovely GLBenchmark, a place where people can self-report statistics they've retrieved using their GLBenchmark app, has just racked up a brand new device without he name HTC Shooter, and the folks at "Blog of Mobile" have decided that it's probably just the 3D phone we're looking for.
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