HTC is sending its apologies to customers for the HTC One delays in the form of a $25 Google Play Store gift card. Find out the details in the rest of the article!
Amidst a flurry of negative reports, a glimmer of hope for HTC – the One is selling relatively good, moving five million units since launch.
Verizon announced at CTIA 2013 a new mobile initiative lead by Jennifer Lopez called Viva Movil which will offer a unique mobile shopping experience to the Latino community. The Verizon HTC One was a no show. Read on for more details!
It appears that, under the surface, HTC has been struggling with discontent employees for quite a while. In the past three months or so, HTC has lost of number of key employees to some of its competitors. After months of frustration, some of the company’s internal problems are being aired publicly. We discuss what’s wrong, and how to fix it.
What are the best smartphones, on contract and unlocked, available in Canada in May 2013? We take a look at the best offers, and weigh the pros and cons.
We’re live from the CTIA 2013 convention in Las Vegas, where we got some hands-on time with the Stealth Black version of the popular HTC One.
The Verizon HTC One running Android 4.2.2 has reportedly been spotted in a Sprint store. Read on to find out more details!
The AT&T HTC One and Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4 are now available at a lower price tag on Amazon Wireless. Find out how much the smartphones cost in the rest of the post.
The current Android titans — that’s how the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are referred to these days. They’re Samsung’s and HTC’s most powerful offerings to the high-end Android market, and the two phones bring with them not just processing might or camera power, but also display prowess. Both 1080p Full HD phones, the S4 and the One can be expected to deliver rich details, amazing color, and overall visual pleasure on their respective screens. However, at the end of the day, what will most likely sway you will not be what technical experts say but what your very…
British mountaineer Daniel Hughes and HTC One just secured their own footnote in the history of mountain climbing with the first video call made from a smartphone on top of Mount Everest.