Sprint's new flagship handset, the Evo 3D, is out today and with it comes a "first" for the carrier. But I'm not talking about the 3D camera or the glasses-free 3D display, as neat as they may be.
Rather, I'm referring to the new freedom to remove preloaded software that users will get. The Evo 3D is the first Sprint smartphone to offer such capability and without forcing you to hack or root.
Often called bloatware, these preinstalled titles chosen by the carrier and handset maker to help create a unique consumer experience. And of … Read more