HTC today in Beijing introduced the newest member of the One family, the M9+, a larger M9-lookalike with a couple of key differentiating features.
HTC has just published the kernel source code for its new One M9 handset on the HTC Dev website.
With some time using the devices under our belt, here is our Apple iPad Air 2 versus Google Nexus 9 tablet shootout. Which is the better tablet? Read on for our impressions.
HTC has posted an unaudited net profit of NT$360 million (USD$11.6 million) for Q1 2015, an improvement over last year’s quarterly loss.
It was only 11 days ago that HTC’s chief smartphone designer, Jonah Becker, announced he had left the Taiwanese manufacturer and we’ve now learnt that he has joined the wearable-fanatics at Fitbit.
HTC has released a new ad starring Robinson Cano, in which the baseball player beats the heck out of some of the offerings from HTC’s competitors.
Android fans, this was a bit quiet on the Android front (unless you count the outrageous April Fools’ pranks that made the rounds), but Google made it up to us with some interesting Chrome OS developments.
@upleaks has shared a series of high quality press shots revealing the One M9+ from every angle.
With the HTC One M9’s impending arrival, Blinkfeed is being rebranded as Sense Home. Additionally, the Sense Home app brings some of the M9’s functionality to older devices.
HTC fans in Taiwan will now have the option to pick up a 64GB model of the HTC One M9, though the company reportedly has no plans to bring this variant to other markets.