According to a rumor posted by @Upleaks, HTC may be planning to bring in additional revenue by hosting advertisements on its BlinkFeed home screen.
We have reviewed both the HTC One M8 and the HTC One E8; two devices with a similar soul, yet bodies that are aimed at different markets.
The HTC One M8 is a beauty, but what happens when you try to take this flagship smartphone and remove its metal housing? Enter the HTC One E8!
We take a look at BlinkFeed on the new HTC One (M8). The content and social updates aggregation service is one area where HTC added a few touches, without changing the essence of the user experience, for better or worse.
HTC is going to make BlinkFeed available for other Android devices via the Google Play store.
With the HTC One (M8) HTC made it clear it’s not giving up on BlinkFeed, and in fact it wants to make it stronger but opening the service up to developers. Read on for more!
On the eve of HTC’s big announcement for their new HTC One, they’ve gone and dropped a couple apps into the Google Play Store. The first is a standalone BlinkFeed Launcher, the second they call HTC Service Pack.
HTC has announced two new mid-range handsets, the mid-tier “flagship” Desire 816 and the Desire 610, both which feature some of the premium features from the HTC One.
A purported screenshot of the homescreen of the upcoming HTC M8 shows on-screen buttons, a familiar look, and a few design tweaks.
The HTC One is an amazing phone; it has a sexy body, shows stunning visuals on an eye- popping display, and is jampacked with a lot of features — one of which is HTC’s BlinkFeed.
What... is BlinkFeed and how can you use it to its full potential? In this article, discover how to master BlinkFeed. You’ll find several tips and tricks on using BlinkFeed, including hiding it from your phone̵...