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Hulu is expanding their list of devices that are supported by their Hulu Plus app. Hooray!
Hulu is continuing to widen their list of Android devices that are supported by their Hulu Plus app. The latest release adds support for a variety of smartphones. These includes HTC’s Incredible 2, EVO 3D and Sensation; Motorola’s Droid 3, Bionic and X2; and LG’s Revolution and G2X.
Aside from the handsets, the said app can also be accessed from HTC’s Flyer tablet. Expanded support looks like to be the primary feature of the recent update, though it also promises to improve playback performance.
The Hulu app is currently available as a free download from the Android Market, but users must still have a paid Hulu Plus subscription to view its streaming content.View Article Source »
It's the HTC and Sprint rEVOlution with the EVO 3D and EVO View 4G at the CTIA 2011.
CTIA 2011 goes into full swing and HTC Sprint’s EVO 3D and EVO View 4G has been spotted even before it’s official unveiling. Thanks to PocketNow.com, we now know a couple of things about the legendary 3D-capable smartphone and the upcoming 4G phone. And it looks like both HTC Sprint devices are poised to rock the industry down to the core.
The HTC EVO 3D is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8660 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3-inch qHD (960×540) display, and a dual 5MP camera around the back. It can do a 1080p video playback while a 720p playback for 3D content
The HTC EVO View 4G, on the other hand, is equipped with a 1.5GHz CPU, a 1024×600 display, and a 1.3MP front camera and a 5MP rear camera.
Expect more news once Sprint’s press release kicks in later this week.View Article Source »
A hint of Android Gingerbread, a cup of dual-core CPU, added with a teaspoon of qHD screen; looks like HTC is cooking something big. Perhaps it's the EVO 3D?
It’s been awhile since we last heard of Sprint’s EVO 3D phone, but a GLBenchmark database report may give us a little light on the matter as it reveals a mysterious high-end phone from Taiwan, the HTC Shooter. The data unveils that the HTC phone is equipped with a 960×540 resolution qHD display and currently runs on Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread. Also known as model number PG86100, it carries an Adreno 220 GPU which will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon. With this much power, could it be the EVO 3D phone or could it be something else? CTIA 2011 is coming next week, so maybe we can gather more information by then.
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Sprint is out dominate CTIA as they booked 2.5 hours of spotlight possibly for their new smartphones and tablet line-up.
An anonymous tipster sent word over at Engadget that Sprint’s cooking up something considering they’ve booked a whopping 2.5 hours of spotlight over at the CTIA later this month. According to the he-who-must-not-be-named source, the carrier will be launching Samsung’s Nexus S 4G and the EVO 3D Smartphones, and the EVO View tablet.
There are no further details of what these smartphones and tablet has to offer except for the obvious. Nexus S 4G will undoubtedly have 4G functionality, the EVO 3D will be a 3D enabled smartphone, while the EVO View tablet, we can only assume it will be faster or equally fast as the upcoming tablets with your usual mix of cameras, nice CPUs, impressive screen displays, and so on.
If rumors prove to be true, Sprint’s presentation at the CTIA will be a nice rebound after a dismal performance last CES 2011 as the carrier only unveiled the EVO Shift 4G smartphone. Looks like all eyes will fixate on Sprint for the whole 2.5 hours, let’s hope they won’t fail to impress.View Article Source »
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