It’s no longer a secret that HTC had to delay the initially planned One release because of component shortages, but thankfully it seems the Taiwanese have finally managed to iron out all the kinks and get the phone ready to fulfill its destiny.
The race for the world’s thinnest smartphone title used to be extremely heated not long ago, but lately it seems like manufacturers don’t care as much about this crown as they used to.
Two years and two high-end (ish) smartphones. That’s all it took to catapult Xiaomi from a no-name, novice company in the mobile décor to worldwide sensation
The advantage that Chinese wholesalers offer is that the big corporate expenses, the huge advertising budgets and the need to make 33% profit on each phone doesn’t exist. The result is access to Android smartphones much nearer to their production costs.
As if Samsung’s Galaxy was not crowded enough already, there are two new members of the family that have been made official in China and expected out over the next few weeks.
The Chinese versions of the HTC One will differ from the models sold in the West, a leaked picture reveals.
There’s no disputing that the aluminum unibody of the HTC One lend it excellent... resistance to mechanical shocks (as illustrated in our recent HTC One drop test), but also a special look and feel that can’t be emulated through other designs. But the unibody approach has its own set of...
Chinese search giant Baidu is reportedly developing a Google Glass-like device that will have the same capabilities.
April Fool’s day in the tech industry can be chaotic, as many major companies take part in the fun. If you couldn’t keep up, check out the best ones here.
The “No. 1 mini Pad” is an iPad Mini knockoff that runs Android and supports phone calls through cellular.
Lenovo is reportedly creating its own chip design division, that will focus on creating systems on a chip for mobile devices. One on of the reasons behind the move is the strained relationship with Samsung.