This week on Android Authority On Air we covered the latest and great Android ecosystem rumors to hit the web since Google IO last week. Will we see Android 4.3 announced and a few new devices come June 10th? We’re not sure but, a white Nexus 4 has been spotted again and a new, Google branded media player pass through the FCC. During IO13, a few Google apps were updated with the new “Holo Card” user interface and the new 3-dash menu indicator for slide out menus. Since IO, a handful of Google apps have been updated to reflect this…
In this Friday Debate, we discuss the new Google Edition Android flagships and what they mean for the Android ecosystem. Join us in the comments.
Sprint’s HTC One costs a mere $99.99 on upgrade through Amazon Wireless or $79.99 for those registering a new account. Would you get one? Read on to find out more!
If a new rumor is to be believed, the HTC One could be getting a bigger 5-inch-plus brother. Would you want a bigger version of the One if HTC offered it?
In a new video, HTC highlights the company’s major innovations in the mobile world throughout its history, concluding with the HTC One.
Nokia is seeking a complete US import ban on the HTC One, claiming that HTC has infringed on six more of its patented technologies, bring the total number up to 50 infringements.
A well-known insider of the Taiwanese tech industry talks about the quiet but dramatic talent hemorrhage that is going on at HTC.
Got an old smartphone laying around? You can use it to get between $100 and $300 off a brand new HTC One, through the HTC Trade Up program. This weekend only.
An HTC One running stock Android is imminent, according to the same source that mentioned the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition before its announcement.
In an interview, HTC’s Jeff Gordon talked about why China and Japan received a HTC One version with microSD and why the handset isn’t available on Verizon. Read on to find out more details.