Google's mobile operating system Android is continuing to dominate the market with significant growth in market share in a number of the world's major markets.
What was expected to be known as the Wildfire C appears to have been given a last minute name change and should instead appear as the Desire C when it launches, potentially later this month. Pictures of the handset first appeared last week, but now more detailed information has appeared courtesy of Vodafone Portugal. Updated: Now
Verizon Wireless' smartphone roadmap has been revealed, with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S III being two of its flagship models.
According to DigiTimes, HTC is working in cooperation with Facebook on a smartphone, to be launched in the third quarter of 2012 at the earliest.
The new HTC One X was recently launched in Singapore. This flagship smartphone is equipped with the latest Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor and Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and it promises great usability, features and performance to users. So how good is the HTC One X? Read on.
The HTC One X is one of the Android smartphones that was announced at the Mobile World Congress last month. And today, the phone has officially landed in Singapore.
HTCSense.com was launched in 2010 which offer users the features including locating their lost phones remotely, backup their data, and synchronize their contacts and call history to the cloud. And it seems that the company has decided to introduce some new services, but in order to make room for upgrade, it is asking users to download and backup their data they
The new HTC One series smartphones are going to be launched soon, and apparently, the pricing for the dual-SIM HTC T328W (or HTC One V) has been revealed. The Android phone is reported to be priced at 1999 yuan (or US$317) in China.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, HTC has announced its new One series smartphones which claim to offer premium mobile experience to users. The phones include the quad-core One X, One S and One V.
Looks like pictures of the HTC Sense 4.0 UI has been leaked, and apparently from the company's upcoming Endeavor ROM.
Images have appeared online of an unnamed smartphone from HTC running Android Ice Cream Sandwich which looks be 100% Verizon-bound according to its Service Information screen.
Thanks to another update on HTC's Facebook page we can get a clearer picture of what's happening on the Ice Cream Sandwich front with regards to which models will get the update and (a very rough estimate of) when.
Camera company Eastman Kodak has sued Apple and HTC over the alleged infringement of a number of patents relating to digital camera images, a move that could rescue the firm from impending bankruptcy.
Apple has won a legal battle against HTC over the infringement of a mobile phone patent, which will result in a sales ban of a number of HTC devices in the United States of America.
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?