The mobile phone has evolved from being a device to make and receive calls, as well as send SMS (short message service), to one packed with a wide range of features – built-in camera for capturing videos and pictures, gaming, accessing the Internet and email etc. On top of that, the phone manufacturers are also competing in making their
HTC smartphones may soon be barred from being imported into the US due to a patent infringement dispute with Apple. This is a big problem for the Taiwanese based handset maker and will send shockwaves throughout the entire Android ecosystem.
In the dispute between HTC Corporation and Apple Inc., the US International Trade Commission (US ITC) ruled in the favor of Apple, which is a reversal of the original decision. It turns out that Apple received a secret helper in the form of Advanced Micro Devices.
By now it's pretty obvious that 2012 will be the year of the quad core mobile devices, be it smartphones or tablets, although most appear to be running Android so far, but we'd expect a fair few tablets to be part of the Windows 8 crowd later next year. Rumours are now suggesting that HTC
It seems that HTC has ironed out their position with Andriod's new Ice Cream Sandwich mobile platform with this recent leak of a new phone they are working on, codenamed "Ville". This new addition to the HTC family gives a double dose of goodness by including the HTC Sense UI 4.0 as well, an update to
HTC will be releasing a Chinese version of their Explorer budget phone in China, under the label HTC Daren. The new dedicated phone is geared towards feature integration with Renren.com's social network service, but will the new phone be able to attract China's increasingly social saavy population?
HTC had a regional event this afternoon to launch their HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio, HTC Rhyme and HTC Radar, which was showcased at last week's Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) event. On top of that, the company also showcased the HTC Explorer, though the phone would only be available in selected countries in Asia.
Good news to users who are using Windows Phone 7. This morning, Microsoft Singapore has officially announced the launch of their long-awaited Windows Phone 7.5 (formerly codenamed "Mango"). The update for existing Windows Phone 7 will begin today and available to most customers by end of October. HTC and Samsung were also at the event
It was just last week that Samsung mentioned that it would open-source its Bada platform for other manufacturers and developers. And it seems like Taiwanese manufacturer HTC is planning to develop a mobile operating system of their own too.
The HTC Rhyme is something of a delicate matter, as it's HTCs first phone that is said to have been designed with a female audience in mind, yet it comes in dull colours and look quite a lot like every other HTC handset we've seen so far. Sure, it's not black, but it's unlikely to
Taiwanese phone and tablet manufacturer HTC has sent out media invite for an event that will take place in New York, USA, on 20 September. Only the tagline "Come celebrate in style with HTC" is stated, so it is everyone's guess on what the company could be announcing.
Even though Nokia has said that their Windows Phone 7 would be out in Q4 this year, it looks like some phone makers may have theirs out earlier than the Finnish company. Today, HTC has announced their first Windows Phone 7 with the highly-anticipated Mango update, which comes in the form of HTC Radar. The
Just like how Darth Vader would say how the circle is now complete, it seems that the couple of years worth of speculation about the elusive HTC Vigor smartphone might now be close to an end, and for good reason. Apparently, leaked images of what appears to be the mysterious Vigor has finally showed up
Remember the stories we had ran about HTC's upcoming ladies-centric Bliss smartphone for the ladies? Well, it seems like the trickle of information about that particular smartphone is not about to run dry any time soon, and the latest piece of news seems to confirm that fact, for some decent-looking (i.e, non-Blurrycam) images of the
Another day, another piece of news about information and images of unreleased smartphones getting leaked out into the depths of cyberspance. And unsurprisingly, today's highlight hails once again from the likes of well-known Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer HTC, where details of two of its unreleased mobile phones have somehow managed to find their way into
It is a known fact that HP's Beats audio technology which is found on the company's range of notebooks, desktop PCs and tablets can potentially work wonders in restoring detail that is inevitably lost when digital audio files are compressed into lossy, more portable formats for everyday use. But can that technology be successfully ported
This morning, HTC unveiled their latest Android smartphone, the EVO 3D, which promises 3D multimedia features and experience for users, without the need of 3D glasses. The EVO 3D sports a 4.3-inch display, uses 1.2GHz dual-core processor and is preloaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Remember how HTC's locked bootloaders could be such a pain? Everyone was pleased when HTC announced that they are going to unlock bootloaders on their mobile devices. Well here is a update from the company on their facebook.
Do you remember the stories we have published on VR-Zone regarding the status of an upcoming Gingrebread update for HTC's old but still popular Desire smartphone? Well, it seems that this is where we got the classic "good news bad news" situation going right now, with the good news being that HTC has just pushed
Remember the news we posted a few days ago about Samsung apparently taking a page out of Apple's book by reportedly planning to release a white version of its popular Galaxy S II smartphone, much like what the Cupertino giant first did with its white iPhone 4? As it turns out, Samsung is not the