Who contributed the most to the progress of the Android world in 2012? Who made the biggest strides, who innovated the most? Join us to see our nominees.
Is the HTC One a significant improvement over the HTC One X+? Join us as we find out!
Farewell M7, hello HTC One? HTC has a problem with creating and maintaining a well-defined brand image.
HTC wants you to forget about megapixels and instead drool over the “ultrapixels” of its new M7 smartphone.
Are you in the market for a new Sense-flavored phone? If you don’t want to spend more than $100 on-contract, check out what Amazon Wireless is offering for AT&T’s HTC One X+.
Rogers will begin carrying the LG Optimus G on the 2600MHz frequency starting in February. Additionally they’ve launched their “Winter White Event.” $100 off of select devices, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
If you own an HTC One X on Telus, you may want to check your phone for an OTA update that will bring the handset to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. More details about the update inside.
According to various reports around the web, both the unbranded Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X down under are getting big scoops of smooth butter courtesy of the much awaited official updates to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Are you a Rogers customer with an HTC One X handset? If so, today might be your lucky day. It seems that Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean has started to roll out to the One X.
Although it’s hard to single out just one OEM who’s made a mess out of Jelly Bean updates when pretty much everyone has been involved in at least of couple of Android 4.1 snafus, you can’t argue against bashing HTC.