Verizon has announced some Android-related deals for this post-Thanksgiving weekend which should help the carrier scoop up a few extra activations. Depending on whether you are looking for an Android smartphone,
MetroPCS today announced that they will be offering their first HTC handset later this week in the form of the Wildfire S. Expected online and at Metro PCS locations around
We recently told you that HTC will be launching their first ever quad-core tablet along with Android 4.0. The tablet, which goes by the name Quattro was recently caught on
Latest television commercial to launch HTC Sensation XL with Beats Audio. Make sure you feel every beat.
Engadget was handed a render and some specs of a possible upcoming HTC device, compelling us to revisit the age-old question: “should I wait to buy my next smartphone?” If
The first ever Ice Cream Sandwich device known as Galaxy Nexus will be out later this month, but what about other devices running on previous Android OSs? Well, we all
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HTC is the latest company tied to an Android 4.0 tablet with Ice Cream Sandwich.
Expected to be the first device to launch with Sense 4.0 interface.
HTC recently launched the HTC Rezound for Verizon Wireless, which is launched as successor to Incredible 2, and there’s no doubt the Rezound is an amazing successor to it; yesterday,
Sprint has tossed a press release out today which essentially amounts to nothing more than a reminder of their current Android portfolio. The list comprises not only their own smartphones
Heading into Q4, Peter Chou expects HTC’s sales to drop due to heavy competition in the holiday season. He also mentioned that they’re working on another Android tablet, to be released next year.
Our big list of what is, and isn’t, happening in the world of Android 4.0
Recently, HTC and AT&T officially launched the HTC Vivid 4G which is yet another amazing device offered by HTC. It was first launched in Korea as the HTC Raider 4G
Almost 4 months ago, we told you that T-Mobile USA would be launching the HTC Flyer, which is actually the first ever Android powered tablet manufactured by HTC. No doubt