HTC, having failed to make any real impact on tablet sales in the United States, has decided to indefinitely shelve things. Calling their efforts (Flyer, Jestream) a “great learning experience”,
A pair of tweets from reputable and trusted sources are confirming much of the same details as it pertains to the rumored 5-inch HTC handset. Falling in line with recent
Taiwanese hardware maker HTC this morning released its final, unaudited results for the third quarter of this year Q2 ’12. Things could be much better for the quietly brilliant outfit
RECORDED LIVE OCT. 04, 2012 In this week’s episode the guys tackle the late-breaking rumors that surround the Google Nexus project and one of its potential devices, the LG Optimus
Adding fuel to the growing fire that is the Nexus program, DigiTimes is today reporting that Samsung, LG, Sony, and HTC are “likely to be potential partners”. The entire post might
[nggallery id=27] AT&T locks down HTC One X+ as U.S. exclusive; will offer One VX as well
AT&T has done it again, locking down the exclusive rights to the U.S. version of the HTC One X+. As was the case with its predecessor, the One X, AT&T
There’s a small bit of detail tucked in the very end of HTC’s latest press release (HTC One X+ announced for October) which has implications for a pair of its
North Americans will look for their own One X+ announcement in the coming weeks.
In yet another sign of things to be announced, the HTC One X+has been spotted in an upcoming O2 brochure. The details are pretty much what we’ve seen as of
RECORDED LIVE SEPT. 20, 2012 For the first time in months, the entire gang gets together to form the Android Podcast Voltron. Topics this week include LG’s Optimus G and
With the anniversary of the Galaxy Nexus fast approaching, anxious eyes are starting to look for clues and details for it successor. And since we’re talking about maybe five Nexus
So you wanted to get the HTC One X from AT&T earlier this summer but weren’t too keen on the $200 price tag. You waited, saw that it hit $99,
HTC wants you to consider them for your next smartphone. So much so that they are offering trade-in values for your old stuff to the tune of up to $300.