After only a month on the market, AT&T has now announced that the HTC First is jumping down in price to just $.99 with two-year agreement. The outright price is also dropping to $350.
It was a rocky launch for the HTC One, but the handset’s quality seems to have shone through. Has HTC done enough to turn the company around?
The HTC One availability in India has been delayed, seemingly indefinitely, with an expected arrival date now at the end of the month. Will you be waiting for the One?
The elusive red HTC One has made yet another appearance, this time on a UK retailer’s website. Read on to find out more.
With Google I/O right around the corner, and the probable announcement of the next iteration of the Android OS, we’re more curious about which manufacturer will be making the Nexus handset. Who do you think should manufacture the next Nexus (Nexus 5) smartphone?
NASA has announced that the three “PhoneSat” satellites based on Android smartphones have successfully captured and transmitted images of the Earth.
Interested in buying the HTC One in Canada? You probably can’t get any cheaper than $99 right now, the price that Rogers asks for the One for this weekend only.
A new comScore report reveals U.S. smartphone market share numbers for March 2013, with Apple and Samsung increasing their lead at the expense of everyone else. Check out the numbers!
We’ve been seeing a rise in Mini editions of smartphones lately. Curious to know why? Read on to find out!
HTC, for a limited time, is offering customers up to $375 in cash back for an HTC One upgrade. Want to know more? Read on to find out!