HTC EVO featured prominently in Best Buy buyer’s guide

Although HTC isn't advertising the EVO 4G in the mainstream media yet and most retailers that will be selling the device have little more than

May 30, 2010 Good and EVO

Unboxing the Sharp NetWalker PC-T1

Want a handheld slate running Ubuntu 9.04 on an 800MHz Freescale i.MX515 (based on ARM Cortex A8) processor? If you're feeling like a black sheep

May 30, 2010 Linux, UMPC

HTC EVO accessories coming to Radio Shack

Since we already know which HTC EVO accessories Best Buy is getting and other retailers are beginning to show off their lineups as well, it's

May 29, 2010 Accessories, Good and EVO

HTC selling HTC EVO 4G for $199.99, $299.99, $549.99

Since Sprint, Best Buy, Radio Shack, and Walmart all want you to buy the HTC EVO 4G with a new two-year contract, they're doing their

May 29, 2010 Good and EVO

HTC EVO 4G gets silver Ford SYNC rating

Here’s some pretty good news for anyone who drives a Ford vehicle with voice-activated SYNC features. The HTC EVO 4G has received a silver SYNC

May 28, 2010 Good and EVO

Sprint employees can’t get HTC EVO 4G until July or later

I just spent 30 minutes on the phone with Sprint's specialized customer care group troubleshooting why the 4G connection on my HTC EVO gets hung

May 28, 2010 Good and EVO

How to disable the HTC EVO lock screen (and enable it again with ease)

The lock screen that appears every time the HTC EVO 4G is turned on is great at preventing accidental operation of the phone, but it

Trying (and failing) to use Bluetooth keyboards with HTC EVO

Since I didn't expect a modern smartphone to lack such a primitive feature, I spent some time the other day trying to figure out why


RAmos W7 Android MID finally released, shipping for about $150

Eight months after it was first unveiled to the world, the RAmos W7 Android MID is finally officially available in China for only 999 yuan

May 27, 2010 Android, UMPC

How to see 15 recent apps (instead of 6) on HTC EVO 4G

Long pressing the Home button on an Android phone will bring up a list of the 6 most recent apps you've used. These are generally

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