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'New' HTC Evo Allegedly Sold Preloaded With Porn

When Steve Jobs suggested that you buy Android if you want porn, we didn't think that the Google OS would make it this easy. As with the PSP and the LG Chocolate before it, one unsuspecting consumer bought an Android-powered Evo 4G that was preloaded with porn. Rhonda Lee walked into a Sprint store in Westland, Michigan (just west of Detroit), and picked up what she thought was a brand new...

White House Staffers Slacking With iPads, Bill Gates Leads Energy Research Charge

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... The White House apparently harbors numerous, and already devoted, fans of the iPad, including Vice President Biden, economic adviser Larry Summers and several members of the press staff. They also all seem to be serious procrastinators, as 'Scrabble,' 'Lost' and 'Vanity Fair' rank among the assorted downloads. 'Vanity Fail?'...

Twitpic Enables Photo Tagging, The Onion to Stream News Directly Into Your Eye

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... Despite Twitter's firmly established place among the Web's elite, saying that Facebook dominates social networking in terms of market share still remains a massive understatement. The micro-blogging service has steadily incorporated new themes to strengthen its capabilities, though, most recently in a new Twitpic face-tagging...

Sprint's HTC Evo 4G Available Now, Battery Life Still an Issue

The first U.S.'s first 4G smartphone is officially available this morning. The HTC Evo 4G can be snagged for $199 (after a mail-in rebate) when you sign a two year contract with Sprint. With a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, a 4.3-inch touchscreen, an 8-megapixel camera capable of recording HD video, a front facing camera for video calls and HDMI out, the spec sheet of the Evo 4G reads like a geek's...

Sprint Evo 4G Lands on June 4th, RIAA Crushes Limewire in Copyright Case

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... HTC's's much-hyped Evo 4G for Sprint officially arrives June 4th, with a $199 post-rebate price. Yesterday, Sprint revealed the model's default specs, which include a 1-gigahertz processor, an 8-megapixel camera, video chat capabilities and an 8-gigabyte SD card. The phone also awesomely lets users link up to eight other devices...

Murdoch Admits MySpace Mistakes, AT&T Last in Customer Satisfaction Again

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... Echoing what everyone on the Web has known for three years, Rupert Murdoch has reportedly admitted that his News Corp. organization "made some mistakes" with MySpace. (Ya think?) He also proclaimed that the "iPad will lead a revolution." He was, of course, only talking about a monetary revolution, saying, "Unlike Kindle, we keep...