The Ice Cream Sandwich rollout is finally hitting a couple more of Sprint's Evo-branded handsets.
The first autostereoscopic 3D phone to be released in the US is getting its long-awaited Android update.
The second smartphone to hit the market with true 3D display functionality will be 50% cheaper than the first.
The zany, spherical avians who first gained popularity on the iPhone are about to bring their anger to a whole new dimension.
The very first glasses-free 3D phone to be sold in the US is now available.
Sprint has confirmed that HTC’s Evo 3D smartphone and View 4G tablet will hit store shelves on June 24th.
What is likely to be the first true 3D phone will come with a gaggle of pre-installed 3D content.
The modding community is chalking up yet another (well-deserved) victory, as HTC CEO Peter Chou says future devices manufactured by his company will boast unlocked bootloaders.
HTC's popular Evo 3D smartphone may be locked, but the handset manufacturer insists a review of its fortress-like bootloader policy is ongoing.
Radio Shack has just given new teeth to the idea that Sprint's HTC Evo 3D may soon be ready for prime time.
If you walk into a Best Buy today, you'll be able to pre-order Sprint's HTC Evo 3D.
According to the latest benchmark tests, Sprint's upcoming 3D phone can beat everything else on the market.
AT&T may be the first to launch a '4G' phone phone with 3D capabilities to the market, but Sprint says AT&T's network is really just 'faux G.'