Ban on EVO 4G LTE lifted; Mulitple Nexus devices coming; No more unlimited data for Verizon & more!

Sydney Myers
Teen Lifestyle Editor from  Dallas, TX
| May 21, 2012

Good news! The ban on the HTC EVO 4G LTE has been lifted! At the time of this recording, a ban was being imposed by US Customs that would not allow the EVO 4G LTE or the HTC One X into the US as defined by a ruling from the ITC regarding a patent lawuit between Apple and HTC. While we're still not sure of the status of the HTC One X, those who have been eagerly anticipating the EVO 4G LTE can now get theirs.

Also on this week's Dog Pound, Verizon customers will no longer get to enjoy unlimited data (bummer), Google may be releasing multiple Nexus phones and tablets in order to allay concerns that Google will favor Motorola after the company is acquired and help to boost sales of Android-powered tablets, and we have several updates on when some phones will be upgraded to Android 4.0. Watch the show to hear about all of the latest news in the mobile technology space!