HTC’s Sense UI has been much lauded by customers and the media, even if it has gotten a bit out of hand with the past few updates. Over the years, various
Just a quick note to those of you looking to grab a new line or upgrade at Sprint – Wirefly has a great deal on for the EVO 3D for
AT&T’s 4.5-inch beauty is among the first in the U.S. to see an Ice Cream Sandwich update.
According to quite a few sources, including Reuters, AllThingsD, Engadget, and Slashgear, while the deal has concluded and been inked, it hasn’t completely closed yet. Beats Audio’s acquisition of MOG
We’ve noticed that HTC is trying their best to bring an amazing experience to their customers as of late. The HTC One X was the king of the show at
What will the two announce or demonstrate at the New York event?
Last month at Mobile World Congress, HTC launched the HTC One V, a low-end, affordable device. We recently reported that the device will be hitting some regional carriers in the States,
HTC lists both U.S. and international models expecting to be served a dish of delicious Ice Cream Sandwich.
Verizon has officially put together a list of devices expected to see an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. Although they don’t outline any particular dates or specifics, we do
A long time ago, when Android was a newborn baby and was growing rapidly, HTC launched their very own user interface, Sense UI to run along with Android. First launched
Developers have new tools to take advantage of Beats Audio, lockscreen intregration, and more.
So now that we know Android 5.0 a.k.a Jelly Bean is in the pipeline, and hopefully launching this fall, without any doubts, a new smartphone or a tablet will debut it. Let’s
It’s here, the announcement we’ve all been looking forward to for a few months now. HTC has officially announced their new series, known simply as HTC One. The line includes
HTC just hit the stage at MWC, and they started off with a bang. Peter Chou, the Taiwanese company’s CEO, showcased some amazing new technology they’ve been working on, and
The observant reader will notice that we’re getting a bit stoked for MWC this year, but we can hardly be credited as the only ones. Our friends over at HTC