After a long wait, the HTC One hits Verizon on August 22.
The HTC One Mini is the latest in a line of compromised small Android phones.
By releasing Google Edition phones, HTC and Samsung could be getting an advantage when updating their non-Google-branded Android devices
For those of you who have been waiting patiently for the HTC One to hit Verizon, at least you have something a little more concrete to look forward to.
The HTC One, which runs a modified version of Android, has convinced me that the benefits of non-Nexus devices outweigh the drawbacks. After spending weeks with the phone, there are a few features I’d be reluctant to give up
Well, that didn’t take long.
Let’s get something out of the way right off the bat: the HTC One is a damn fine Android phone. It’s the finest I’ve ever used. Being an Android phone is tough, though
Some initial musings on Facebook’s custom Android interface, along with a few answers from Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wasn’t lying when he said there is no Facebook phone. Instead, there’s Facebook Home, a piece of software for Android that puts social networking front-and-center.
HTC has unveiled the HTC One smartphone, an Android device with a 4.7-inch full HD (1920×1080) display. The phone will be available worldwide beginning in late March.
If you’re an Android phone maker today, you need to answer a fundamental question: Why should someone buy this instead of Samsung’s Galaxy S III?
On Friday, the first Windows Phone 8 handsets from Nokia and HTC will launch on AT&T. Soon after, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless will launch their own handsets.