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First press shot appears of HTC EVO One [Updated]

What you're looking at above is the first press shot that's been leaked of the HTC EVO One, sitting between the HTC One X for

April 03, 2012 Good and EVO

Phoenix, Milwaukee, and other cities might get LTE sooner than we thought

According to undisclosed sources who are apparently familiar with Sprint's LTE and Network Vision plans, it looks like Phoenix, Tucson/Yuma, Milwaukee, and Cleveland might be

April 02, 2012 Good and EVO

Here is Sprint’s future LTE coverage map

If you're one of the many who just can't wait to get their hands on the next LTE-compatible HTC EVO, then you're probably interested in

March 30, 2012 Good and EVO

Sprint says no more WiMAX devices ever

When the HTC EVO 4G was launched in 2010, it was the first phone to be touted as 4G. It ran on 1G/3G and WiMAX/4G

March 29, 2012 Good and EVO

Sprint LTE coverage map slide leaks

Sprint has kept itself behind most of the competition in the LTE rollout race since it started. Verizon's the clear leader, with what seems like

March 29, 2012 Android

HTC EVO 3D is now free from Sprint, too

Sprint reeeeaaaalllly wants to make room for the next generation of LTE phones, including a new LTE HTC device that very well just might be

March 28, 2012 Good and EVO

PSA: Sprint Picture Mail to be discontinued 4/30

Personally, I don't know any HTC EVO users, or even any Sprint users, who have ever taken advantage of Sprint's Picture Mail service. Especially with

March 27, 2012 Good and EVO

HTC EVO 4G gets EOL-ed … yet again

Sprint's latest EOL (end of life) list has been leaked, and the original black HTC EVO 4G appears on it yet again, this time with

March 23, 2012 Good and EVO

Sprint updates network in St. Louis

HTC EVO users on Sprint in St. Louis might be noticing fewer dropped calls and faster data speeds, thanks to some network upgrades the carrier

March 22, 2012 Good and EVO

Could a Sprint bankruptcy be a real possibility?

Sprint's been having a tough time lately. It's network capacity upgrades aren't cheap, and neither are its LTE upgrades. It still seems to be losing

March 21, 2012 Good and EVO
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