12

Does the HTC EVO 4G battery need to be primed/conditioned?

Some people insist that lithium ion batteries like the one found in the HTC EVO should be primed, conditioned, and otherwise"broken in" when you first

15

Review: HTC EVO screen protectors

The HTC EVO 4G's hard glass screen is already durable and resistant to scratches, but those who want to protect it anyway can pick up

June 11, 2010 Accessories, Good and EVO, Reviews
11

3G standby battery life on HTC EVO

A few days ago, I showed you what kind of battery life I'm getting with my HTC EVO in standby. I keep WiFi and 3G

June 11, 2010 Android, Good and EVO
3

Radio Shack pushing HTC EVO for Father’s Day

Father's Day is just around the corner (June 20th) and if you haven't already bought something for your dad, then how about a new HTC

June 11, 2010 Good and EVO
29

What are your favorite apps for the HTC EVO 4G?

G&E reader Brian wrote in from San Diego today asking for some app recommendations for the HTC EVO that's on its way to him. He's

June 10, 2010 Apps, Good and EVO
0

Sprint’s Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot gets much-needed firmware update

With the HTC EVO 4G getting all the attention lately, some people might not realize that it's not the first 4G-capable device in Sprint's lineup.

June 10, 2010 Accessories
9

Indoor photos taken with HTC EVO 4G’s back camera

Now that you've seen how the HTC EVO's back camera performs in the sunny outdoors and when used with a magnetic macro lens, it's time

June 10, 2010 Features, Good and EVO, Reviews
12

Babying the HTC EVO 4G

All right. It's time to fess up and admit all the weird things you're doing to protect your HTC EVO from the harsh elements of

June 10, 2010 Features, Good and EVO
2

How to view HTC EVO battery percentage, temperature, and other information

While the stock battery icon that permanently resides in the status bar of your HTC EVO 4G is a fine way to monitor your remaining

5

Review: Sharp NetWalker PC-T1

Eight months after the launch of the NetWalker PC-Z1, Sharp unveiled the NetWalker PC-T1, a 5-inch tablet version of the Z1 clamshell. Released last month

June 09, 2010 Linux, Reviews, UMPC
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