Since the HTC One was launched last month, there has been quite a bit of excitement surrounding the extra software that it brought. One piece of software in particular is HTC Sense TV.
Although it won’t be officially launched in Singapore until mid-March, several mobile operators said that they will start selling the HTC One at the IT Show 2013 this week.
HTC One S owners on the Telus network should be receiving an OTA notification for the official update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with HTC Sense 4+, soon. Have you got it yet?
The HTC Sense 5 wallpapers are now available for download online, and they can all be downloaded here.
HTC has just published their February 2013 revenue figures, and they’re bad. Really bad. They haven’t been this bad since February 2010. What’s the hell is going on?
HTC was initially pretty vague on One’s official release date, but the pieces of the puzzle fell into place one by one in the past couple of weeks.
Some of HTC One’s main selling points will be made available on other devices, says one HTC exec. What are they?
The HTC One does not have large plastic areas to allow the wireless signal to pass through. So how did HTC’s engineers overcome this problem?
For a limited time only, mobile retailer Expansys UK is selling the 4G LTE-enabled HTC One SV for £260 — tax included.
HTC claims that one the most often touted advantages that Android has over other operating systems, widgets, are not actually used by the vast majority of users. Do you agree?