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Netflix now unofficially available for HTC EVO 4G [Updated]

There's no telling how long this will continue to work, but as of right now, Netflix is fully functional on the HTC EVO 4G. See

March 23, 2011 Apps, Good and EVO
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HTC EVO 3D to get case with kickstand shortly after launch

No doubt anticipating the uproar over the fact that the HTC EVO 3D doesn't have a kickstand like the EVO 4G, HTC showed up at

March 23, 2011 Accessories, Good and EVO
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1 gets priced

Samsung just went public with the pricing options for the Galaxy Tab 8.9″ and 10.1″ Honeycomb tablets, and their alleged pricing reconsiderations in wake of

March 23, 2011 Android, Tablets
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Gingerbread source released for Dell Streak

Don't get excited, guys. It's not what you're thinking. While it's true that Dell did post the Gingerbread (Android 2.3) source code last week, it's

March 23, 2011 Hacks, StreakSmart
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What do you want to know about the HTC EVO 3D?

Now that the initial excitement surrounding yesterday's launch of the HTC EVO 3D has died down and you've had a chance to sleep on it,

March 23, 2011 Good and EVO
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PewPew brings addictive retro gaming to HTC EVO

This post was written by MildlyDisturbed. If you’ve never heard of Geometry Wars for the Xbox 360, then imagine if Asteroids were remade by Michael

March 23, 2011 Apps, Good and EVO
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HTC EVO 3D promo video now on YouTube

It will be several long months before Sprint starts putting out commercials for the HTC EVO 3D on TV, but the good news for the

March 22, 2011 Good and EVO
2

A day in the life of my iPad

The question I get the most when it comes to my iPad is “what exactly do you use it for?”. I’m fighting an ongoing war

March 22, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets
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RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook gets an official price and release date

Well, its finally official. The long awaited (and long overdue) BlackBerry PlayBook now has a definite price and release date.  RIM has announced that the

March 22, 2011 Linux
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T-Mobile phones will need to be replaced after merger

Although AT&T and T-Mobile are both GSM carriers, they use different frequency bands for their 3G networks. This means that a T-Mobile device can't get

March 22, 2011 Android, Microsoft
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