We're sitting here with our notepads out, our magnets and our divining rods, OUIJA boards and dirt-mall-psychics, all of it together to put together the pieces on what Sprint might be bringing us during the utterly gigantic 2 and
If you own an EVO and are currently switching between ROMs, you may have noticed a bit of an issue with its 4G connection. This has been found out to be a problem with the "RSA keys" that allow your WiMax radio to function
It seems the HTC EVO Shift 4G just can not stay out of the limelight for long. Engadget has just been sent more shots of the device in the wild sporting it's blue-backed full QWERTY keyboard. For those of you who do not know, the
Just a few days before CES the HTC EVO 4G Shift has been put up on Amazon. The device is priced at $199 which is the same as the currently available HTC EVO 4G. Continue Reading...
Cyanogen has just released his latest CyanogenMod for users of the newer EVO 4Gs. Bringing in all of the Cyanogen goodness to some 003 and all of the 004 versions of the device. Continue Reading...
4G phones are not only getting more and more powerful, they're also being the target of steep discounts and low entrance costs as carriers push 4G into 2011. The HTC EVO Shift 4G has now appeared in Best Buy's system for only
Yahoo! Messenger is quite the popular IM client on both desktop and mobile operating systems. It's never been too long without an update, and, continuing the trend, Yahoo! Messenger has seen another small update with a few new
Chitika Research has just published their numbers that have detailed Android traffic coming through their network. The Motorola Droid and HTC EVO too the top two spots taking in 31 percent combined. Continue Reading...
Just a few days after the announcement of HTC Desire HD, we heard that the ROM has been extracted. Well we now have a followup of the happenings between then and now. The developers behind the extract have not got it ip and
The EVO 4G update that was released earlier this week has now been confirmed to have fixed the pesky artificial framerate cap. The old cap of 30 frames per second, which HTC said could not be crossed or fixed with a software