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Scott and Luke head back to 2008 to discuss Android 1.5 Cupcake, the Samsung Galaxy, HTC Hero, and other topics of the day.
Scott and Luke head down memory lane to the beginning of Android and its first official public release, the good old "version 1.0."
HTC is back with a pair of new phones, but don't look for them in the US anytime soon. The Desire 20 Pro and U20 5G will launch in Taiwan, at least for now.
Sprint's first 5G devices, the LG V50 ThinQ 5G and HTC 5G Hub, are available to order. Still no word on when the 5G network goes live, though.
The HTC 5G Hub was announced today at MWC 2019 running Android 9 Pie and the ability to share high-speed 5G internet with up to 20 devices at home or on the go.
The Android Pie update has been released, but when will your device get the update? Check out this article for all the latest update news.
If YouTube Signature Device is a new term for you then you're not alone. Check out what it's all about and what devices are supported.
HTC is preparing to launch a new mid-range phone from the U12 family. And if the reports are true, the upcoming U12 Life won't actually be made by HTC.
Matt, Scott, and Andrew discuss the HTC U12 Plus. The specs keep pace with everyone else, but there's a lot more than just bullet points. Will the user experience be enough to make this a hit? Join us for a round-table discussion about the new phone.
The HTC U12 Plus was officially unveiled earlier today, sporting an impressive set of specs and a total of four cameras. To get the party started, we now have the U12 Plus wallpapers available for download.
Ahead of the official announcement on May 23rd, the HTC U12 Plus has leaked in its entirety. This latest leak gives us a look at some press renders, along with the full spec sheet.
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HTC is jumping on board the blockchain bandwagon. The company revealed it is working on a blockchain phone called Exodus that will launch toward the end of the year.
HTC USA just teased on Twitter the possible announcement date for its next flagship. The HTC U12+ might see the light of day on May 23.
A study by Security Research Labs led the firm to contend that various Android manufacturers have been falsely assuring consumers their device security is current when, in fact, no such update was ever applied.