AMNews: Vodafone Lists HTC Evo 3D, Lenovo To Launch Android Tablet, Nexus Prime Surfaces

It doesn't come as a surprise that Vodafone was the first to put up a holding page for the HTC EVO 3D Smartphone as it was also one of the first to publicly announce that it would sell the previous HTC superphone, the Sensation. Vodafone doesn't say yet when the Smartphone will be available, offering only the option to register for future updates.

Lenovo sent a marketing email to its affiliate partners telling them that there will be a few products launched in the US over the next two months. The most interesting one is the IdeaPad K1, which is Lenovo's first Android-based tablet and is expected to launch either in the last days of June or in July.

If you are desperate to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, then eBay is your friend and there's one online Ebayer that seems to have more than enough stock of the promising tablet.

A Malaysian-based web development agency called Dazzlepod has produced a rather helpful online tool that allows users to check whether their email and password has been compromised over the 50 days that Lulzsec went around, hacked sites and released its booty on the interwebs.

The third iteration of Nexus may be known as the Nexus Prime according to the latest rumours that have emerged online and, for the second year running, could be built by Samsung which may confirm the manufacturer's status as Google's preferred mobile partner.