Is this new way of selling services a viable business for T-Mo? Will the no subsidy model spread in the US, or is it just a false alarm?
Facebook wants to replace the conventional Android homescreen with its own application. HTC will deliver the first phone with the new app, but other manufacturers are in the pipeline.
In our HTC One vs iPhone 5 drop test, we tried to simulate some of the mishaps that can happen in real life to a smartphone. Two aluminum clad devices – who will be the winner?
On Tuesday, March 26, T-Mobile will flip the switch on its LTE network in seven cities across the US. See the list here.
To drum up the interest for the One, delayed in most markets, HTC is kicking marketing into high gear, with new ads and music video appearances.
Barnes & Noble is reported to give away a free Simple Touch e-reader with every Nook HD+, in a limited time promotion.
Oh my god, they killed Reader! That was the general reaction of the internet last week, when Google announced its latest spring clean. Which leads us to the theme of this week’s Friday Debate: What Google product you couldn’t live without?
A trusted source has provided us with a full breakdown of T-Mobile’s upcoming Value plans. See how the plans will be built for individuals and families.
LG is joining the wearable computing race with a smartwatch of its own, and even a device that is similar to Google’s Project Glass.
Nvidia is talking up its upcoming mobile chipsets codenamed Logan and Parker, even though Tegra 4 hasn’t even shipped yet.