Mobiletechworld had a chance to top-up on their MWC information with a presentation from HTC on their Legend/Desire/HD Mini. The most interesting piece of knowledge that they gained from the presentation... was that this device is likely to receive an upgrade, after launch, to allow the device to support DivX. It is ironic talking about an upgrade to an as yet unavailable device. Nonetheless, HTC seemed perfe...

In the last few days the news broke that Apple was suing HTC over patent infringments, some of which date back to the 90s. Initially, it was not clear as to why Apple have gone out on a limb to do this,... but it has now become clear. As Engadget note, Apple’s patent infringment claims are really all Android related, and not really anything to do with HTC. It becomes clear that Apple have no gripe wit...

This is for anyone who loves the manliness of their Motorola Droid, but has a sensitive side to them which just cries out for HTC’s Sense UI, now you can have your cake and eat it. Well, perhaps... not quite right now, but if the work rate of those at AllDroid remains at this level, then we would expect that you can give it a go pretty soon. After the jump you can take a look at a video they have...

The video below is interesting, but is not really anything special. You can probably glean all you need to from the picture to the right. What we have here is an, as yet, unidentified HTC device. Speculation... runs rife as to whether this is the HTC Supersonic, or perhaps the HTC Incredible that cropped up earlier this month. The latter of the two having already been filmed and snapped while sporting a vivid red ear...

Rogers caused a stir last month when it pulled the HTC Magic and the HTC Dream from its inventory due to a 911 software glitch. After  not being available for several weeks, the Magic has finally made... its re-appearance on Rogers website with a new name and a few new features. The new Magic has been re-branded as the Magic+ and, in addition to fixing the 911 problem, the software update has also added...

The HTC Incredible looks to be Verizon’s first Android 2.1 device. It offers the amazing Snapdragon CPU and 256MB of memory to support the newest version of Android, which has HTC’s Sense... UI overlaid successfully on top. An interesting addition to the device is what appears to be an optical pointer, and camera enthusiasts can rest assured given the dual LED camera flashes. In terms of s...

A variant of the HTC Legend was spotted as it made its way through the FCC recently. It was keen observation by the folks at Androphones that tipped them to the HTC Legend. They astutely noticed that... the sketch of the label in the FCC documents exactly matches the FCC label on the leaked photos of the Legend that appeared last week. It is unmistakable as the label has a unique shape due to the unus...

Prior to their love of Android, HTC were, and perhaps still are, smitten with Microsoft Windows Mobile. Many of their phones in the past ran Windows because it offered excellent integration with the... desktop PC and provided Microsoft Exchange support for business clients. Indeed, one of HTC’s original market was PDAs and business users. Things have moved on since then and as we all know, HTC...

Google just announced that its Google Earth application is now available for the Nexus One.  Google makes mention of the need for a fast processor and 3D graphics, but does say that other Android 2.1... devices will be able to run it – and even specifically mentions the Motorola DROID for Verizon, which is waiting on its Android 2.1 update.  The HTC Desire and Acer Liquid e will both ship with A...

The HTC Desire, codenamed Bravo, has been let loose officially. The HTC Desire is a effectively a Google Nexus One. However, the Desire has HTC’s famous Sense UI paved over the most recently available... build of Android, called Eclair. It’s a very attractive piece of kit that has even grown a ever-so-small chin reminiscent of the HTC Magic. It’s almost unnoticeable, though.

Instead of the...