HTC EVO 4G now available at Amazon, with and without service

You didn't really think HSN would be the only previous unadvertised retailer to start selling the HTC EVO 4G to the masses, did you? Of

June 07, 2010 Good and EVO

iPhone 4 unveiled featuring “retina display,” available June 24th for $199

Poor, poor Gizmodo. They took one for the team, letting us catch an early glimpse of what the Apple elves were working on in their

June 07, 2010 Apple

HTC EVO 4G vs Apple iPhone 4

Let’s see how Apple’s newly unveiled iPhone 4 stacks up to the star of this site, the HTC EVO

June 07, 2010 Features, Good and EVO

Review: HTC EVO 4G leather carrying case

The most popular HTC EVO accessory at the Sprint stores here in Hawaii is the official leather carrying case ($29.99). It was sold out at

June 07, 2010 Accessories, Good and EVO, Reviews

HTC EVO 4G fingerprints/smudges removal tests

When people talk about touchscreens, they often say that while it doesn't take long for fingerprints and other oily substances to accumulate on a screen,

June 07, 2010 Features, Good and EVO

Root your HTC EVO 4G with just one tap

Rooting the HTC EVO doesn't get much simpler than this, folks. Just visit unrevoked.com/m from your EVO's web browser, download and install the 448KB unrevoked.apk

June 07, 2010 Good and EVO

Review: HTC EVO hard case with interchangeable backs

If you like variety but don't want to buy more than one HTC EVO 4G case to get it, then the official HTC-branded hard case

June 06, 2010 Accessories, Good and EVO, Reviews

HTC EVO 4G hits the Home Shopping Network

Here's an unexpected place to the find the HTC EVO: HSN, the Home Shopping Network. The phone is being sold there on-contract only for $299.95

June 06, 2010 Good and EVO

How are you feeling about your new HTC EVO 4G?

Now that the HTC EVO 4G has officially been released and many of you have probably spent most of  the weekend with the phone in

June 06, 2010 Good and EVO

How to check HTC EVO’s WiFi, 3G, and 4G speed

If you've ever wondered how people are able to talk about what kinds of WiFi, 3G, and/or 4G speeds they're getting on the HTC EVO

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