Tag: HTC

  • WHEN is the Evo 3D Coming? Sources Say June 4th.

    (Image: HTC.com) Though the sad realization of a locked bootloader is around the corner, there is a silver lining! According to our Forum Users, June 4th appears to be the rumored day that the Upcoming Android Sequel to the EVO 4G, the EVO 3D, is slated to release. According to their super hive-mind sleuthing powers, the users […]

  • Verizon Trophy Official – $149.99 on May 26th

    For those of you on Verizon who have been waiting for a Windows Phone 7 device, your wait is finally over. Verizon has announced that the HTC Trophy will be available on May 26th for $149.99 (2-year contract and $50 mail-in rebate). If you buy before July 15th, it looks like you can also get a free XBox game (up to a $60 value), including Halo: Reach, Kinect Sports, and Lode Runner. Read more…

  • Qik for Android now supports video chat between Android and iOS

    Qik has been very popular for users who currently have Android devices but mainly more popular on the devices like the Sprint HTC EVO and the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G. You may ask why? Simply because they were among the few devices to be able to fully take advantage of all of Qik’s various services, including video chat.

  • Google loses lawsuit to patent troll Bedrock Computer Technologies

    Google has been sued successfully and lost for use of Linux on it’s server platform.  Although this may not be a huge loss to Google financially, this issue could extend to the Android platform. Bedrock Computer Technology has also sued AOL, Yahoo and Amazon to name a few. Will companies like Bedrock Computer Technologies impede […]

  • [UPDATE] Verizon’s upcoming 4G devices – Prices leaked!

    Looking at the image you can tell that Verizon Wireless has several 4G devices being released starting today. Their 4G Novatel USB 551L modem and the Samsung 4G SCH-LC11 Mobile Hotspot are both now available for only $99.99 online with a new two year contract. But wait, there are many more devices other than internet modems coming your way.

  • T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G Coming This Summer

    This looks to be one beast of a phone, that’s for sure. HTC recently announced the specs of its HTC Sensation (aka Pyramid), and T-Mobile announced that it will be releasing it this summer with its 4G HSPA+ network. It featuers a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 768Mb of RAM, 1Gb of ROM, Bluetooth 3.0, a 4.3″ qHD (540×960) Super LCD display (with Gorilla Glass), dual cameras, and an aluminum unibody chasis. The rear camera is also 8MP capable of 1080p Full HD video recording with stereo sound. It also comes complete with Gingerbread and the latest version of HTC’s Sense. Read more…

  • Windows Phone 7 in numbers: A promising start

    There are many GEEKsters out there looking for some numbers from MS to help them make a decision on their next smartphone. Judging by some of the numbers released by MS, things are moving in the right direction. The number of developers downloading the needed tools to develop apps are great considering this is a new platform. Read more…

  • Sprint Waiving Mail-In Rebates Indefinitely

    This is great news for Sprint customers! Verizon Wireless recently started doing this on most of their smartphones and looks like Sprint caught wind and decided to do it also.

  • iPad 2 shortages continue, relief 1-2 months away

    Apple is facing major supply issues with the new iPad 2, with some customers having to wait 4 to 5 weeks for delivery. Apple has had shortage issues in the past with the second generation iPhone 3G for more than a month and up to 3 weeks on the Iphone 4 according to reports from NPD Group.

  • Windows Phone 7 Update Adds Copy and Paste Functionality

    Microsoft has finally started rolling out the NoDo update after a few delays. The latest Windows Phone 7 device (HTC Arrive) has this update and seems to work well. The NoDo update has other functionality updates also, including apps search on the device, performance improvements, Wi-Fi functionality and Outlook e-mail client.

  • [First Look] Angry Birds Rio

    Hello again PPCGeeks! This is Oridus bringing you the first look of Angry Birds: Rio. This installment of Angry Birds has been a highly anticipated addition to the super popular game series for iPhone(and pads and pods and such) and Android devices.
    This version is an exclusive version to Amazon’s App store that they attempted to launch this morning, but quickly removed it, therefore stopping most people from getting their paws on a copy of Angry Birds Rio. Join me inside to take a look!

  • Sprint’s mysterious HTC Shooter – dual core CPU?

    GLBenchmark has shown a screenshot of what appears to be another new device coming to Sprint, the HTC Shooter. Some say this device is possibly going to have a dual-core Qualcomm processor. What would give that away? Keep reading to learn more.

  • Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt is coming March 17th – Happy Saint Patricks Day!

    The rumors can finally end because Verizon Wireless has made the release date and price of the HTC ThunderBolt handset official. The release date is March 17th and the device will have a $249.99 price tag. The LTE data will be the same rate as the current 3G devices, $29.99 per month for unlimited use.

  • Sprint’s HTC Arrive – A hands on video of the copy & paste update

    Available March 20th, this device is known as a Windows Phone 7 HTC 7 Pro in Europe and the HTC Arrive in the U.S. We just want to make sure you understand that first.
    It sports a QWERTY tilt-o-matic keyboard, a 3.6″ WVGA display, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5 mega-pixel camera with flash and 720p video recording and 16GB’s of internal storage all for only $199.99 on a two-year contract, after a $100 mail-in rebate.

  • AT&T’s Inspire 4G – Not 4G Speeds!?!?!

    We’ve all seen the announcements where AT&T claimed the Inspire would be on of the first 4G (HSPA+) devices coming this year. Well, apparently they put the 4G name on it but forgot the network to go with it.