Does anyone remember Facebook Home? The software Facebook worked on for Android devices which allowed people to have quicker access to Facebook features? Anyone? Well, if you haven’t heard of it, you won’t be going forward as Facebook has let go of the original engineers of Facebook Home.
2013 was a great year for applications. New standards were created and things will never be the same. Here are the Android apps that helped shape the year.
Amazon has reportedly partnered with HTC to create three smartphones, of which one is in an advanced stage of development. The big question looming is what will Google do?
We’re giving away an HTC First and announcing the winner of last week’s item, the Sony Xperia E Dual, in this week’s installment of the Sunday Giveaway.
AT&T has sold off its remaining HTC First handsets, bringing an end to the Facebook Home smartphone experiment. But could a similar device reappear at some point in the future?
If you’re wondering why anyone would turn down what amounts to work, you’re right to do so. Then again, it makes sense when considering HTC and their First, which was the first Facebook Home phone.
We take a look at some of the best cheap Android smartphones currently available in the market in the US, both with and without a contract.
According to sources quoted by Korean media, Facebook is hoping for a closer partnership with Samsung, and, possibly, a Samsung-made Facebook phone. But is Samsung willing to help?
Not all Android smartphones are created equal. And yet most of the very best models that have ever come out have one common ingredient: the stock Android operating system. Here, we list the best ones yet. Can you think of some more?
A well-known insider of the Taiwanese tech industry talks about the quiet but dramatic talent hemorrhage that is going on at HTC.