The Android game, for now, looks to be Samsung’s to lose.
Google’s designs for their prized Nexus line (Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus) have all followed the standard candybar-style. However, the latest from the rumor mill (or patent mill, as
As if you’d expect anything less, Verizon has some serious Android contenders on the horizon.
When Google decided to release its first official proprietary phone way back in early 2010, it chose HTC to create the Nexus One. While not the commercial success that Google
Nowadays, a lot of manufacturers like Samsung are making their own chipsets for devices. ChinaTimes is reporting that HTC has teamed up with ST-Ericsson, and together they will create processor chips for
HTC plans to focus on thin, touch-only form factors for the immediate future.
For a limited time, all new Sprint customers can grab a 4G Android smartphone for one penny.
The carrier is rumored to dish a frosty dessert to at least one handset and one tablet over the coming weeks.
The no-contract carrier is set to offer an Ice Cream Sandwich experience in the mid-range HTC handset.
The HTC One S will be the first Android 4.0 and Sense 4 handset to ship in the United States.
HTC made a blast at MWC by launching their new HTC One smartphone series. The line featured amazing devices like the HTC One X, One S and One V, and all
The watch for the next phone around the corner continues onward for your ever stalwart journalists! Some fellow Android and tech aficionado sites have unearthed some images, as well as
A few months in, HTC realizes that people aren’t thinking about headphones with their handset purchases.
The pseudo-official has become official, folks! Sprint and HTC have announced the next HTC powerhouse, the HTC EVO 4G LTE. In all honesty, this looks like the biggest announcement since