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Samsung Epic 4G Touch, HTC EVO Design 4G, Motorola Admiral Android Devices Leaked

Samsung Epic 4G Touch, HTC EVO Design 4G, Motorola Admiral Android Devices Leaked

Three new Android-based devices have been leaked for release in the USA, the first of which is destined to be another iteration of the soon approaching Samsung Galaxy S II. All of the following information comes from an anonymous tipster lending some logo-marks to the fray in a two-tone look at the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch (aka the longest name for a handset in the history of the world,) HTC EVO Design 4G, and Motorola Admiral. The tipster offers no additional information on any of the devices in this short list, but many conclusions can be inferred.

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HTC Bootloader Situation Update: Devices Continue Shipping Locked, Unlock Comes from Web

HTC Bootloader Situation Update: Devices Continue Shipping Locked, Unlock Comes from Web

Wednesday of this week, HTC sent out a new update on the situation they've had brewing for some weeks, that being one where fans of the devices have demanded handsets have unlocked boot loaders so that they might root and hack them for custom modifications. HTC responded some time ago to the call to action by indeed responding with a declaration that they would, indeed, be unlocking their devices come this Summer and Autumn. In their most recent update, HTC notes that there have been many questions as to why their most recent devices still come locked, responding with updates on how and when each device would be unlocked and what users would have to do to make it happen.

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HTC Chief Innovation Officer Horace Luke Resigns for Personal Reasons

HTC Chief Innovation Officer Horace Luke Resigns for Personal Reasons

It was let known today that on the date of April 30th, 2011, HTC's Chief Innovation Officer Horace Luke resigned from the company for personal reasons. Luke had been with the company since November of 2006 at which time he had just left his position as Creative Director at Microsoft. At that time, HTC was little more than a newly emerging Taiwan-based smartphone vendor - now it's one of the most prominent names in the smartphone business worldwide, tending to both Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform and Google's mobile operating system Android. A statement was sent out in which "personal reasons" have been cited as the cause for Luke's parting ways with the business.

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Samsung Galaxy 3D Smartphone Possible for Q4 2011

Samsung Galaxy 3D Smartphone Possible for Q4 2011

According to Korean News Site ETNews speaking with sources in the field, Samsung may be planning a 3D device not unlike what's been revealed by LG in the Optimus 3D and by HTC in the EVO 3D. Both comparative devices feature a glasses-free 3D display, two cameras on the back side of the device for 3D photography, and a dual-core processor to handle the graphics. The details on this new Samsung device are sparse, but it is said to be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the most advanced version of Android for handsets, for starters.

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Motorola PHOTON 4G Release Info : Coming for EVO’s Head

Motorola PHOTON 4G Release Info : Coming for EVO’s Head

There's another dual-core device coming, and it's coming from Motorola. One of only a couple of WiMAX 4G compatible dual-cores and certainly the only one with a kick-stand, this device is the newest generation of dual-core Motorola Androids that started with the ATRIX 4G, currently still residing on AT&T exclusively. But I'm sure you knew that, right, they look just the same, right? I say thee nay! Here comes the diamonds, instead!

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Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D Hands-On

Toshiba Qosmio F750 3D Hands-On

Toshiba's clever new 3D laptop, the Qosmio F750 3D, only got official this morning, but SlashGear stopped by for some early playtime to see just how well the glasses-free display worked. Built around a Core i7 processor, 6GB of DDR3 memory and NVIDIA GeForce 540 GT graphics, the F750 3D is no slouch in terms of performance, but it's the display - capable of simultaneously showing 2D and 3D pictures, tailored to where you're sitting in front of the notebook - that's the star of the show. Check out our hands-on impressions after the cut.

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HTC EVO View 4G Review

HTC EVO View 4G Review

Welcome to a review of a tablet we essentially had a pretty good look at already, but have come to understand in a slightly better way now that it's got a new handsome color set on its outer bits. Head back to the review of the HTC Flyer EURO then see the review of the HTC Flyer WiFi for a full understanding of what we're about to deal with here, then behold the greatest color scheme of them all: black and red. The difference between those models and this one is the internet connection capabilities. While that, the difference in the colors of metal and plastic, and some app additions and subtractions may be the only changes between here and there, an epiphany of usefulness has come over your humble reviewer - have a look below to see how this is your note-taking champion and the bigger version of the EVO you've always wanted.

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LG Optimus 3D Officially Launched Today, We Do a Hands-on and Unboxing

LG Optimus 3D Officially Launched Today, We Do a Hands-on and Unboxing

Today LG has announced the launch of the new Optimus 3D. We have seen this device many times recently so this wasn't much of a surprise. It was first revealed in February and we got a little hands-on a few days later. LG announced that the Optimus 3D will be launching today, most likely in an attempt to be beat the HTC EVO 3D to market. Today I have the LG Optimus 3D sitting in front of me so I decided to do another hands-on for you all to enjoy.

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HTCdev coming Summer 2011 with OpenSense API

HTCdev coming Summer 2011 with OpenSense API

Peter Chou already unveiled HTCdev and the OpenSense SDK during his Uplinq 2011 appearance yesterday, but the company has now fleshed out the details of the developer-friendly proposal. Set to launch properly this coming summer, HTCdev will offer developers guidance and tools to create apps for, and modify, HTC smartphones. Meanwhile, the new SDK will allow for integration with some of HTC's custom tweaks to its range.

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