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Despite the HTC One X not even officially out yet, this hasn’t stopped UK network provider Vodafone from offering up the quad-core handset.
Some of you might remember that the HTC Titan 2 was shown off at this years CES, but where is it’s predecessor the HTC Titan? It appears to have disappeared from UK online stores.
According to German users, the Ice Cream Sandwich update has started be rolled out by HTC, with many seeing the update available on both the Sensation and Sensation XE. This news has prompted many to presume that the update isn’t too far away from hitting the UK.
Some of you, who own Windows phones that feature Windows Mobile 6.5 and below, are probably all too familiar with Windows Mobile Marketplace. Well, that’s all set to change with its closure on May 9th.
It’s been rumoured recently that the upcoming next-gen Samsung Galaxy S device will feature both a 3D display, a 3D camera and be re-branded as the Samsung Galaxy S 3D.
Apple’s war against the world seems to be going in their favour at the moment. First, we saw the Samsung Galaxy Tab get banned in a few countries, and now they’ve managed to get a few of HTC’s smartphones banned in the US.
Published in Technology News | Written by Matt
A YouTube video has brought to light a very concerning matter, in which Android users’ every move is being tracked whilst using their device. Although tracking software isn’t new, surely users should be told that they’re every move is being tracked whilst using the device?
HTC are blaming the economy and too much competition for their “low sales” despite selling over 13 million smartphones in the third quarter of 2011.
Published in Technology News | Written by Rhys
With dual-core pretty much available in most smartphones at the moment, HTC feel that this is way too slow and that smartphones should now feature quad-core processors. Introducing the HTC Zeta… The images and specs will be the second HTC leak in the past month if the HTC Edge details, that were also leaked, were [...]
Eric Schmidt, Google Chairman, has just announced that the company won’t be favouring Motorola after their recent buyout of Motorola Mobility. This news comes after Google, the people behind the hugely popular Android OS, purchased Motorola a few months ago.