Remember how HTC made headlines not too long ago when the Taiwanese smartphone OEM claimed that it will eventually sell its smartphones without locking down the bootloader? Turns out that users need not have to worry about older devices not getting some unlockable love fron HTC, for the company has announced that it will be
Now here's an interesting turn of events, HTC has bought S3 Graphics, from VIA. This has a lot of interesting implications, least not for VIA which might be standing without a graphics partner for its future chipsets. That said, considering that HTC and VIA has common owners; this isn't a very likely outcome.
Just when you thought all is nice and well with HTC and the world now that the company has confirmed that it will indeed be updating its Desire smartphone with version 2.3 of the Android operating system (aka Gingerbread), out comes Murphy with his ominous Law, and it seems that not even a company like HTC can
If you're looking for a Windows Phone 7 handset that's almost the size of a tablet then HTC has you covered. Look no further than the freshly leaked HTC Eternity, sporting a 4.7-inch screen and a 1.5GHz CPU. Well, actually, you might just want to hold off, as even though it seems great at first,
This morning, HTC and SingTel have jointly announced the HTC ChaCha, which is designed as the most affordable social phone with superb Facebook experience. The HTC ChaCha has a QWERTY keyboard and a dedicated Facebook button, and will be in stores this weekend.
HTC celebrates the arrival of HTC Sensation in Singapore, the dual-core smartphone running on Google Android 2.3.3 and awesome hardware specs. Party aside if you have been following our facebook, we had a quick hands-on with the phone. More after the jump
The HTC smartphone that features a dual-core processor, a qHD display and a host of new features and enhancements to jerk up your mobile sensation is heading to Singapore. HTC Sensation is here, tomorrow.
You think that online petitions are always an useless waste of time? HTC, the well-established smartphones manufacturer, does not think so. By responding to an online petition which over 7150 people signed, HTC's CEO Peter Chou announced that the company will no longer be locking the bootloaders of their devices.
HTC Singapore has announced the launch of the new Wildfire S, based on the popular Wildfire that was launched last year. The new Wildfire S is equipped with 600MHz processor and preloaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.
With almost every single smartphone out on the market today being designed in such a way that would appeal more to the ladies than the tough, macho-looking guys, talking about a smartphone catered exclusively for the fairer sex may be one of odder developments to take place in the smartphone market And yet, here we
Microsoft may have been in the spotlight for the wrong reasons recently with regards to the rate software updates were being delivered for its Windows Phone 7 platform, but it would appear that the Redmond giant is doing its best to put all of that behind it as soon as possible. And what better way
HTC held a media event today to unveil their highly anticipated Android tablet, the HTC Flyer. The HTC Flyer is scheduled to be available in May. Read on for the coverage.
The HTC Flyer is the company's latest 7-inch Android tablet device which was showcased at Mobile World Congress in February this year. According to news sources, the tablet is scheduled to retail in May and available for pre-order now.
Today, HTC has announced the launch of the Desire S Android smartphone in Singapore. The successor to the HTC Desire is made from a single block of aluminum and features dual front and rear cameras.
Once again, the best toys always find their way into other places well before they ever show up in most parts of South East Asia, and it appears that HTC's latest smartphone is an excellent example of the aforementioned situation. Apparently, the upcoming HTC EVO 3D has been confirmed for both an American and European
First, it was the HTC 10-inch Android 3.0 tablet, then the three smartphones – HTC Ignite, HTC Prime and HTC Pyramid Z710e. And now, it looks like the company has another HTC leak this week. This time, it is a smartphone known as HTC Shooter.
Aside from the 10-inch Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet, it looks like pictures of three HTC smartphones have also been leaked online. The three phones are the HTC Ignite, HTC Prime and HTC Pyramid Z710e .
HTC had unveiled the HTC Flyer, their first 7-inch Android tablet, at Mobile World Congress last month. And it looks like the company may also be launching a 10-inch Android tablet.
HTC has announced the Incredible S smartphone in Singapore, which will be available this coming weekend. The Android phone features the company's HTC Sense user interface and 8-megapixel camera with dual flash. More details inside.
Do you happen to own a HTC-branded smartphone that runs off Google's Android operating system? Well, if your answer to that questions is 'yes', this might be just the news needed to kick off your Tuesday morning to a good start: the OEM has confirmed that at least four products in its Android lineup have