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HTC Evo 3D Hands-on via SlashGear

Today at CTIA, Chris from SlashGear got a look at the HTC Evo 3D up close and personal. And while the Evo 3D isn't the first to offer a glasses free 3D experience, it's certainly announcing it's presence in the category with authority as it's a pretty sweet looking handset. Using a 4.3" 960x540 qHD autostereoscopic display, the EVO 3D is a glasses free experience. It's powered by 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processor running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with the latest HTC Sense 4.0 overlay. Designed for Sprint's 4G/WiMax network, the Evo 3D is built for speed.

Motorola Atrix & Xoom headed to Sprint with WiMaX 4G [Rumor]

This is just a rumor for now, so don't get to excited. I will mention that this rumor is said to be coming from a reliable inside source. So take it as you will. Apparently Sprint plans to keep things going in the right direction. After the EVO 4G made a huge entrance into the mobile market they've not really had anything big since. Many fans can't wait for the next big Sprint device. They haven't said much though, and that worries us.

Sprint to add Android Push-To-Talk phones into lineup on CDMA Network

Sprint has just released some exciting new information about their Vision and plans for the network. As you guys all know Sprint’s iDEN network is being shutdown sometime in 2013. That is the network that hosts all the Push-to-talk devices you see people still using. Today Sprints press release announced plans to unveil push-to-talk phones on the current CDMA network, a technology they will call Sprint Direct Connect. This will be what replaces the iDEN Network.

Sprint doubles down on Android for 4G

With Verizon rolling out their 4G LTE network in over 200 cities this year, and the inevitable rumor mill of a 4G iPhone on the horizon, wireless telecom Sprint isn't sitting on their laurels.  In an effort to shore up their lead on the superfast 4G network race, Sprint will be adding more 4G supported Android devices this year. With a current offering of about twenty 4G devices, Sprint will be bumping up their Android4G offerings to more than seventy percent of their mobile catalog.

EVO 4G Price Drop to $99 on Amazon

So you're thinking about grabbing a big fat phone but you don't know which one's the best at a $100 price point? Perhaps you'd like to take a glance right on over here? The EVO 4G, for sale on Amazon, has had a price shift from $199 all the way down to $99. The price on the Sprint website remains the same.

Sprint 4G coverage coming to the Los Angeles area by December 1st

I have some great news for those of you in the LA area, you will be getting some 4G coverage for those of you on Sprint. At some point within the next 20 days, give or take a day, Sprint will be flicking a switch and you will receive 4G coverage on your HTC EVO 4G or any other 4G phones sprint carries. Keep in mind that it is more difficult to get the radio towers up in large and busy cities such as Los Angeles. With 3.8 million people living in Los Angeles, there could be a lot of people on the network at any given time of day. There is also the tall buildings which disrupt the signal a lot as well. Stay tuned for when the network is officially up and let us know if you'll be receiving 4G service from Sprint in LA. Via [Sprint Tweet]