Virgin Mobile Enters the Dark Side of 4G With the EVO V 4G

When the original HTC EVO 4G released, it was like a breath of fresh smart phone air, its build fantastic, its connectivity, super fast. The EVO was so good in fact that four variations and a tablet were built around its success. The EVO 3D was the second EVO flagship in the line and for ...

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The LG CX2 To Become the Optimus 3D 2

Do you remember that 3D phase mobile went through recently? Yes, that one particular niche that lasted through two phone models. Well if it’s up to LG, the bucket has not yet been kicked…at least hard enough. Yesterday we brought you some leaky news from LG that pictured their new X3 quad core device. The ...

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HTC EVO 3D Gets Pricing via the Shack – Still no release date

The HTC EVO was the first 4G device to grace the world with its super fast speeds and terrible battery life. Since the dawn of the EVO 4G many devices have released under the same form factor 4G in tow or not. The next logical step in the EVO’s evolutionary process is a refresh or ...

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The LG Optimus 3D: Coming to a glasses less 3D world near you

Rumors of glasses less 3D devices have been circulating around the mobile world for awhile now. Nintendo has taken the liberty to be the first in the sector and have recently announced their (Gameboy) 3Ds and it seems the cell phone manufactures want in. Cue the LG Optimus 3D. The rumors surrounding LG and their ...

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Apple Wants to Reinvent How We Interact with Technology

Leave it to Apple to patent the coolest stuff.

Apple revolutionized the MP3 player and the smartphone. Now, the company is looking to completely reinvent how we interact with technology. A recently approved patent by the company gives a strong hint at the direction that CEO Steve Jobs wants to push his iOS lineup towards—glasses free 3D with Microsoft Kinect like interaction. (The patent ...

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Android Receives Google Maps Updates with 3D and Offline Navigation

Google Maps 5.0 with 3D

Google has unveiled a new version of its popular Google Maps app for its Android operating system and the improvements show just how much Apple needs to come up with its own navigation package instead of relying on its chief competitor in the smart phone market. The new version of Google Maps for Android is ...

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BlackBerry Smart Phone Rumors for 2011: Dual-Core Processors, QNX OS and 3D Displays

Research In Motion's headquarters

RIM’s BlackBerry line of smart phones could be looking at a complete makeover next year. Think dual-core processors, QNX’s new tablet OS making the transition to RIM’s phones and possibly even glasses free 3D displays. Excited? I am. Dual-core BlackBerry smartphones: Like with desktop and laptop PCs, multi-core processors are the inevitable next step in smart phone ...

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Where Are Our 3D Smartphones?

A couple of weeks ago, Sharp unveiled two Android powered smartphones with a unique feature—they can display 3D images without the views having to wear those funky glasses. Sharp is also building the screens for Nintendo’s upcoming handheld gaming device, the 3DS, which will have the same ability to display three dimension images without 3D ...

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Sharp Launches Glasses-Free 3D Android Smartphones in Japan

Sharp launched two Android powered smartphones—the GALAPAGOS Softbank 003SH and the GALAPAGOS Softbank OO5SH—today in Japan the both of these have 3D screens sans glasses. Screens that can display (or at least make it look like they are) in 3D are the coming wave of the future and Nintendo’s coming 3DS mobile gaming console will ...

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Is a glasses less 3D smart phone for you?

Sharp seems to think so. The company is known the world over for their consumer electronics and more recently introducing 3D technology that does not require those pesky and somewhat humiliating 3D glasses. Don’t ask me how this is possible, I couldn’t tell you. But if they do what they say there going to do ...

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