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Much of Android's success can be attributed to HTC's early efforts to promote the open source platform, and in the beginning, none were more aggressive than HTC. These days it's Samsung that sits on top, while HTC struggles to turn around its business. Did HTC rest on its laurels, or is there another reason why it's no longer leading the charge?... Read more...
HTC began rolling out an update to its One X smartphone today. Although the update doesn't include Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, it does offer a number of improvements to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. After the update, users will be brought up to Android version 4.0.4. The 4.0.4 update will bring several new features and enhancements. The OS... Read more...
Facebook, the world's largest social playground with over 900 million registered users, is said to be collaborating with HTC to build its own branded smartphone, with a target release date pegged for sometime in the middle of next year. Earlier rumors had the two companies hoping to release a Facebook-brand smartphone... Read more...
An unlikely partnership was formed when HTC acquired a controlling interest in Beats Audio, the headphone company co-founded by hip-hop/rap artist Dr. Dre. In August 2011, HTC purchased a 51 percent stake for $300 million and promptly gave itself exclusive rights to build smartphones with Beats Audio sound. That arrangement worked well for... Read more...
Something's brewing over at HTC, and if early benchmarks are any indication, it's going to knock your socks off when it debuts. Specifically, it appears HTC is prepping a new flagship smartphone, one that will sport a large touchscreen with a 1794x1080 resolution and a 1.5GHz processor nestled into a performance oriented chipset. Details of... Read more...
Remember MeeGo? It was all set to be Nokia's next major smartphone push, and it was in the N9, but it was short-lived due to Windows Phone swooping in, stealing all of the glory, and effectively dashing MeeGo's hope of a real future. After all -- Nokia doesn't have the time, interest or resources to focus on two platforms. It's Windows Phone... Read more...
Nope! That's the answer given to Apple by the International Trade Commission, shutting down its hopes for an emergency ban against HTC products. It's actually one of only a few "No!" responses heard on the legal front lately, as Judge Koh managed to give Apple the ability to halt sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the... Read more...
In the smartphone game, it's Apple, then Samsung pulling in the profits. And then, there's HTC. The company has long since been at the head of the mobile pack in terms of hardware design, and even its Sense user interface has improved dramatically over time. And now, the company will be moving forward with a new leader in North America. Former... Read more...
Now that Microsoft has much of the industry swooning (or in some cases, shrugging) over its Surface tablet and Windows Phone 8 announcements, the next slew of related and highly anticipated announcements will concern the devices that will run Windows Phone 8. Up first is leaked details of HTC’s upcoming trio of Windows Phone 8 handsets.... Read more...
If you own an HTC device and have been anxiously awaiting an upgrade to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, you'll be interested to know HTC has released some more details as to what devices will receive an upgrade and roughly when those upgrades will arrive. While we're glad to see HTC is giving us some more information... Read more...
There are plenty of Sprint customers who are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their hot new HTC EVO 4G LTE smartphone. Unfortunately due to a U.S. Customs review of shipments, customers are left waiting without a firm date as to when they'll get their phones. Although Sprint and HTC can't do a lot at the moment, HTC is working closely with... Read more...
Sprint today confirmed that the HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone will be available on May 18 (a week from this Friday) for $200 with a new line of service or eligible upgrade and of course a two-year service agreement. That's good news for those who already placed a pre-order but had no idea when the thing would ship. "HTC Evo 4G LTE sets the benchmark... Read more...
What is widely seen as the best Android phone on the market right now is... well, finally on the market. HTC's One X is now available from AT&T stores, both the online version and physical outlets. If you need a brushing-up, there's a 4.7" capacitive touchpanel, a 1280x720 screen resolution, Android 4.0 and a... Read more...
HTC and Verizon Wireless announced the new DROID INCREDIBLE 4G LTE. This latest generation DROID Incredible features an 8-megapixel camera with advanced camera capabilities, Beats Audio integration, and 4G LTE. The smartphone runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and HTC Sense 4. Other key features include a 4-inch... Read more...
For those of you who collect outdated electronics and currently own an HTC brand smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, hold onto the thing, it could very well be the last of its kind. At a press event in Seattle recently, HTC's Creative Director, Claude Zellweger, reportedly told attendees that his company is... Read more...
BGR has it on good authority that the much-anticipated HTC One X, formerly unavailable in the U.S., will reach our shores as early as this week at AT&T. Reportedly, release details will be available tomorrow. The international One X had a quad-core Tegra 3 chip inside, but the U.S. versions will have a dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU. Other... Read more...
Turns out, people don't really buy smartphones based on the kind of headphones included. But hey, it was a valiant effort. The HTC Rezound featured a set of Beats earbuds right in the box, but it seems that the phone sales weren't really up to snuff. Or, at least, they weren't enough to justify the massive cost... Read more...
Despite all the lawsuits with Apple and bickering over patent claims, injunctions, and all the other behind the scenes drama, Samsung has hit its stride, posting record quarterly operating profit of 5.8 trillion won ($5.13 billion in United States currency). That's up from 2.95 trillion won ($2.6 billion) from one year ago, and up from 5.3... Read more...
We heard HTC and Sprint were planning a follow-up to the EVO line, and now we have more details about what the phone will offer. Sprint and HTC officially unveiled the EVO 4G LTE which is expected to be the first HD voice-capable smartphone available in the US. The phone will be available in the second quarter for about $200. Preorders for... Read more...
One Windows Phone not enough for one week? Here's another. While AT&T recently announced that the Lumia 900 would soon be coming to store shelves (April 8th, in fact), HTC fans will be able to clamp down on a WP7 handset of their own on the same day. The HTC Titan II will add yet another Microsoft-infused phone to AT&T's shelves in... Read more...
HTC may best be known as a smartphone maker, but recently, they've been branching out in a major way. Just days after rumors flared that HTC had purchased MOG, the music streaming service, in comes official news that the Taiwan-based company has partnered with Intertrust. It's part of a strategic initiative to improve the robustness, privacy... Read more...
Sprint and HTC are sending out invites to an April 4 event where attendees will experience the "latest collaboration" between the companies. Both Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and HTC President Jason Mackenzie will be there, so you can assume it's going to be a big deal. Previously, we heard Sprint was getting the HTC One X... Read more...
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