HTC's releasing a new Android smartphone next month called the "One" and it's one sexy piece of aluminum.
HTC and Verizon have teamed up to launch the Droid DNA, a phone with a 5-inch screen that the companies boast is the first to display 1080p. You know, like your TV.
In a press statement released late yesterday, Apple and HTC announced the settlement of all their ongoing patent disputes. Additionally, the two companies will enter into a ten-year licensing deal.
Steve Ballmer bounded onto stage to greet HTC CEO Peter Chou Wednesday to signal Microsoft's massive support for HTC's two newly hatched Windows Phone 8 smartphones. But if these pastel HTCs are the flagship Windows Phone 8 phones — uh oh.
AT&T's poster child might be the iPhone, but there's a new hottie in town: HTC's One X. Arguably one of the best looking (and fastest) Android 4.0 smartphones, the One X will be available on AT&T this May.
Last night, Sprint announced the HTC EVO 4G LTE (did you follow our Twitter coverage?) — one of the slimmest smartphones available on any U.S. network. Not only is it skinny, but it also has a very sharp 4.7-inch display, runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, has an amazing 8-megapixel camera, a large battery and will support Sprint's new 4G LTE network. Sounds like a winner, right? Read on for our first impressions on the newest EVO smartphone.
Since smartphones with built-in media players hit the mainstream a few years ago, we've asked ourselves, can a regular portable media player fit in? Apple has the iPod Touch and Samsung has its Galaxy Player. A new patent suggests HTC...
HTC's tagline is "Quietly brilliant." In the last year, it's been anything but. With what felt like an endless release of similar smartphones with wild names, HTC's going into 2012 with a different mindset: simplify, refine and excel. The HTC One family is a trio of smartphones from high to low that represent the new HTC — a mobile company that is focusing more on the qualities in a smartphone that people care about most, instead of just pumping out smartphones every week. Read on to see if HTC's One X, S and V smartphones are worth considering.
Stop me if you've heard this one before, because it's not the first time we've heard that Facebook is working on a dedicated smartphone, and it probably won't be the last.
Pinch me. After last week's news of a rumored 4.7-inch quad-core HTC Edge phone, Engadget says that an even beefier HTC handset — Zeta — will pack a whopping 2.5GHz quad-core processor. How many of you even have quad-core computers clocked that high? I don't.