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Engadget Mobile is reporting that it has received some “pretty believable information” that the HTC Lancaster, what was to be AT&T’s first Android powered smartphone, has been killed off. The site doesn’t go into specifics, however. The Lancaster was thought to be a QVGA touchscreen equipped device with a sideways-sliding…

Not so long ago we brought you the news that HTC expect to release the ‘Click’ to China late on this year. What we didn’t tell you is that this is allegedly going to grow the company’s revenue stream by up to 11%, and increase overall shipments a whopping 19%….

HTC Magic sells 1 million units

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by on August 12, 2009 12:32 pm
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Digitimes is reporting that Peter Chou, the CEO of HTC, has announced that HTC has sold over 1 million HTC Magic devices.  Although this milestone may seem less noteworthy, seeing as the Magic was released on many carriers around the world, the figure demonstrates that the Android fan base is…

HTC Fiesta/T5252 coming to AT&T?

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by on August 9, 2009 8:24 am
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Cellpassion has just discovered some XML code on an internal HTC page that indicates that an HTC phone called the Fiesta is coming to AT&T.  The T5252/Fiesta is thought to run the Android OS, even though the XML file doesn’t indicate that.  The HTC Fiesta is listed to have a…

My friend Leigh at CoolSmartPhone just noted that HTC has posted an update to its Sync application for the HTC Hero.  Sync allows Hero owners to synchronize their Hero with a copy of Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express, so that you don’t need to rely on Google Mail and Calendar…

EngadgetMobile has found an HTC support page that lists a Sprint version of the HTC Hero, which all but confirms what we’ve been hearing in the rumor mills for some time: the HTC Hero is going to be offered by Sprint in the U.S. For those of you that were…

Today T-Mobile USA announced that its new myTouch 3G (HTC Magic) is now available both online and in T-Mobile retail stores. To celebrate, T-Mobile has hired 100 skydivers to jump in synchronized fashion over the city of San Francisco today at noon Pacific Standard Time.  Skydivers are set to land…

HTC to Release Hero and Click in China

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by on August 4, 2009 7:57 am
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According to IDG News, HTC has announced that they have plans to release two new Android phones in China this year marketed under their Chinese subsidiary brand, Dopod.  They hope to be the first to release Android devices in China. The two devices to be released are named the Hero…

We’ve heard rumblings of this for a long time, but this is the first time I’ve seen an actual piece of photographic proof, weak as it might be in these Photoshop days. This comes from an XDA-Developers forum member that has been making the same October 11 claim for Sprint…