HTC has announced that they will be closing their office in South Korea. The company recently showed slow sales in the country, thanks to Samsung. According to analysts, HTC
Is HTC on a mission to come up with the longest possible names for phones? As if the Sprint HTC Evo 4G LTE wasn’t enough, now we’re dealing with the
Citing a less-than-desired user experience, HTC details the reasoning for leaving the Desire HD at 2.3.
The rumors about Facebook phone never stops, and who can stop rumors, right? We heard a long time ago that Facebook is getting together with HTC to make a Facebook
Due in late September, T-Mobile’s next big Android could be a more powerful HTC One X.
As if we expected anything less, HTC plans Android 4.1 for a number of their One series
An Australian carrier is among the first to make noise around the Jelly Bean update for two of HTC’s 2012 handsets.
We recently reported that HTC is planning to come out with a new Android phone which will feature a 1.7 GHz Quad-Core processor, and also there is word on the
HTC may be stepping on a few toes with this one, but Telus Canada has just released a document, that shows the Desire HD ICS update has been cancelled. The
Sprint users, it’s time to rejoice! I’d be dancing in the streets if I didn’t mind getting stared at / hit by cars / arrested for indecent exposure (wait, what?),
If you’ve got an EVO 4G LTE and you’re either a dev or a user who loves flashing ROMs, then it’s time to throw your hands in the air.
HTC One X was a major hit for HTC and there’s no doubt in it that it’s one of the best devices ever made by the Taiwanese giant. As we
In April, HTC and Sprint officially unveiled their next powerhouse smartphone known as the HTC EVO 4G LTE. It was made available in Sprint’s store during the first week of
HTC entered the tablet market with the beautiful HTC Flyer; however it wasn’t a big hit, same thing happened with HTC JetStream. Now they want to make an entry again
A High court in the U.K. has made it official: HTC’s “swipe to unlock” feature does not, in fact, impede on any Apple patents. To add to the mix, the