It appears that HTC is currently chasing down all available avenues for money, as it has decided to finally open up its first concept store inside an existing electronics shop somewhere in Hamburg, Germany. This current strategy is similar to what Microsoft is doing with its own retail stores and is based on work that Apple started when it first began opening up its own retail locations many years ago.
If its price was what keeping you from scooping the HTC One V up in the past, Virgin Mobile has an offer that you may find hard to resist. For a limited time only, the carrier is selling the One V contract-free for $50.
The fact that the HTC Droid DNA comes with a locked bootloader may have deterred some from going to the stores to pick up the 5-inch super phone, but those who stuck by HTC’s side will be thrilled to hear that a workaround has been found – one that allows them to get on with their Android tinkering lifestyle.
We were all hoping the patent system would see reform sometime in the near future. Patent Chief David J. Kappos recently spoke in Washington about the patent wars and assured the nation that the US patent system wouldn’t be making any significant changes anytime soon.
Trust T-Mobile to reveal its Black Friday promotion in the 11th hour, but at least the details are now here for folks who have been waiting to see what crazy hot deals the carrier has up its sleeve. Can you say cheaper Galaxy Note 2?
HTC’s One X+, update to the popular One X, has come to TELUS, bringing a bigger battery, Jelly Bean, and a powerful quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.
A few days ago we were somewhat surprised to hear that Apple and HTC decided to settle their squabble over patents out of courts, with both companies inking an undisclosed cross-licensing agreement that’s valid at least ten years.
While Rihanna is busy giving them away, Telus customers are waiting to see when the HTC One X+ will be available and how much it will cost. Luckily, one of those two details is now known.
There was a lot of excitement surrounding HTC’s Droid DNA – the first 1080p smartphone to hit the “Free World” – before its unveiling, but once the 5-incher got introduced, the excitement started to tone down in the wake of two major concerns popping up.
From rumors (lots of ‘em) to reality, HTC’s answer to the gigantic phone race is finally within grasp. Starting today, you can buy the HTC Droid DNA from Verizon’s brick-and-mortar and online stores. If you’ve been craving for the Droid DNA’s 5-inch 1080p display, be prepared to shell out $199.99 to get the phone.