It’s happening, folks! HTC’s newest flagship, the successor to the critically acclaimed One (M8), is coming March 1.
Android 5.0 Lollipop is finally starting to rollout today for those HTC One M8 owners with an unlocked or developer edition handset.
When the Nexus 9 first landed in the Play Store on November 3, the Sand version was listed as “Coming soon.” It took Google more than two months to make “soon” happen, but now the tan Nexus 9 can finally be yours.
Leaked video of Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and Sense 6 running on the HTC One (M8) is a painful reminder that Lollipop hasn’t landed yet, but gives hope that it will soon.
New devices, amazing technologies, lots of gadgets, some more useful than others. It was the week of CES, and, as always, it was a wild ride. The star of the show was LG’s curved G Flex 2, but a slew of other devices made their debut in Las Vegas. HTC brought the selfie-focused Desire 826, Lenovo launched several smartphones, ZTE had a nifty Android-powered projector, Sony introduced a new Smartwatch 3 model and a crazy expensive Android Walkman, Nvidia made a big fuss about its latest mobile chip, and, outside of CES, Samsung announced its newest mid-range smartphones. And that’s the biggest news – dozens of smaller companies announced everything from smart flower pots, to motorized belts, to self-driving vehicles.
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We’ve rounded up the best smartphone and tablet news from CES 2015. If you haven’t had time to catch any of our coverage so far, now is the time to do so!
While 2014 saw HTC’s first attempt to think outside of the mobile box with the HTC Re, at HTC briefly discussed its plans for this year, which will see more products that are outside of HTC’s previous “Smartphone only” scope.
Citizen journalists, amateur videographers, and soccer moms, listen up. HTC’s cute little RE Camera will let you live stream to YouTube starting tomorrow.
At CES in Las Vegas, we had the opportunity to spend some time with HTC’s latest mid-range smartphone, the Desire 826.
Monster has sued Beats, Dr. Dre and HTC over alleged “fraud and deceit” in the way that Beats acquired the rights to the popular “Beats by Dr. Dre” headphones.