HTC has uploaded a short video showcasing the company’s history of technical innovations, starting from 1997 and ending in 2013 with the HTC One.
After a component mixup saw HTC use Nokia’s proprietary microphone technology in the One, the Windows Phone maker is now asking the ITC to ban sales of the phone in the US based on other patent infringements.
Update to version 28 also includes full screen mode for tablets along with a number of other minor fixes.
Google and Facebook are among several companies in preliminary talk to buy map software maker Waze, but a deal is far from certain.
The HTC One is now the first smartphone in the US to gain HTCpro certification giving business professionals government-grade security in a sexy package.
Huawei is back chasing the world’s thinnest smartphone crown with their newly leaked device the Huawei Ascend P6. Details and expected launch date after the break.
It’s baaaaack… The HTC One “Google Edition” rumor has surfaced once again, this time with “multiple” sources claiming not only that it’s real, but a time frame on when we can expect it as well.
Coming soon to Android: Shazam update with all new UI, always listening auto-tagging for music and TV shows
Shazam has introduced a brand new update to their popular media tagging app that enables always-on auto-tagging of music and media around you — even when you’re not in the app and/or your device is asleep. Released for the iPad first, and coming soon to Android.
Folks were wondering whether or not Samsung would eventually get around to offering a developer edition of their 2013 flagship phone. Not only do we have confirmation of that, but we know that AT&T and Verizon will be the first two to get their hands on it.
HTC has come forth with an official explanation as to why their flagship phone for 2013 couldn’t include a microSD card slot (even though the Chinese variant did).
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the HTC One is a hit, having sold more than 5 million units since its release almost a month ago. This is despite a restructuring within HTC and component shortages.