HTC Teases New Tablet With Unique Feature

Microsoft was recently reported to have been unhappy about the fact that HTC is planning to develop a tablet for its Windows RT. Apparently, Microsoft feels that HTC does not have enough time under its belt in the tablet market to be experimenting with its dedicated operating system for the handheld device sector. It is

HTC Flyer Gets Android 3.2 Honeycomb

HTC introduced the HTC Flyer 7″ Android tablet at MWC back in February. Then, at CTIA a month later they reintroduced the tablet outfitted for Sprint’s 4G WiMax network dubbed the “HTC Evo View 4G”.  Both versions of the tablet came to market with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a very heavy Sense for tablets UI.

HTC Now Offering T-Mobile Compatible Flyer Tablet

Although you can’t find it on the T-Mobile USA website, HTC is now selling the HTC Flyer for T-Mobile on their website. The HTC Flyer is HTC’s flagship Android tablet. The 7″ tablet came out last spring and features the HTC Scribe, digital pen technology and HTC Sense for tablets. The downside is that it’s

HTC Flyer On Sale At US Cellular Today

Last week we reported that three HTC powered Android devices were headed to top ranked regional carrier US Cellular.  The HTC Hero S, Wildfire S and Flyer are all expected this month at US Cellular with the HTC Flyer coming today. The HTC Flyer will set you back $399.99 after a $100 mail in rebate

HTC Flyer Gets Price Reduction To $299 Starting This Weekend

    If you’ve had a hankering to go pick up a 7″, digital pen active, HTC Flyer tablet than now may be the time to do that. Best Buy is reportedly dropping the price of the HTC Flyer, permanently, to $299 starting Saturday.  This is $200 off the original price, and we’re hearing that this

US Cellular Grabs Up 3 HTC Android Devices

US Cellular isn’t being the least bit shy about their aggressive Android strategy. It shows this week as they’ve announced the addition of 3 new HTC devices to their Android portfolio. The HTC Hero S, Wildfire S and HTC Flyer are all headed to US Cellular. According to a US Cellular press release all three

New HTC Device On The Way With 4.7″ Screen And Beats By Dre?

Pocketnow is reporting that a new HTC Android device is in the works codenamed Runnymede. We’re not sure what’s prompting the latest round of HTC code names but Puccini (their 10 inch tablet) is an Italian operatic composer, while Runnymede is a meadow on the South Bank of the Thames River.  After you read some

FCC Clears The HTC Puccini 10″ Tablet

Androidcentral is reporting by way of Engadget that the FCC has just cleared HTC’s 10″ tablet codenamed “Puccini”. All that the FCC filing could tell us is that the HTC Puccini is headed to a GSM carrier (possibly AT&T) and has a 4G/LTE radio as well.  AT&T plans to light up five major cities with

Tools We Use: My Personal Tablet Recommendations

The thought of publicly doing this three years ago would have probably scared the bejeezus out of me but here goes… I’ve got three tablets that I use on a somewhat regular basis for different things and I’ve got things I really really love about each one.  Hopefully you’ll find your needs in this post

HTC’s First 4G Tablet Launches Today At Sprint

At this years CTIA’s Mobile Life Conference back in March HTC announced the first of their Android tablets, the HTC Flyer and it’s 4G twin, the HTC Evo View 4G on Sprint.  Well the time has come and today the HTC Evo View 4G arrives. The Evo View 4G will be $399 with a new

HTC Scribe To Come Free With HTC Evo View 4G On Sprint

When HTC released the HTC Flyer Wi-Fi version exclusively through Best Buy last month people were in an uproar to find out that the HTC Scribe (digital pen) was an accessory sold separately and for upwards of $70. Some Best Buy locations reacted by giving away the HTC Scribe free with the purchase of the

HTC Flyer Headed To T-Mobile As Well?

A new version of HTC’s 7″ tablet dubbed The HTC Flyer, was spotted late last week crossing the desks at the FCC. According to IntoMobile via Wireless Goodness, this new version of the HTC flyer was sporting T-Mobile’s 3G bands. The T-Mobile version of the flyer, model number: PG41120 supports GSM 850, 1900 and T-Mobile’s

OnLive Announces Plans For Wireless Controller

OnLive is a cloud gaming company that already offers a wireless controller that is compatible with the HTC Flyer, however they have announced their intentions to bring this controller to more than just HTC devices. In an email to PC Magazine, OnLive had stated, “The controller will communicate with tablets including a Samsung Galaxy Tab,

HTC Evo View 4G (Flyer) Could See June 24th Release Also

Engadget obtained a screen shot of a Sprint employee sales incentive site.  The Sprint Rewards (debit card rewards program) site shows the dollar amounts Sprint employees can get with new activations and upgrades to new and existing customers on a per device basis. The screenshot of the rewards site clearly shows the HTC Evo 3D

HTC Flyer Gets Another Big #Win From Thedroidguy

I often go out on a limb sometimes because I personally end up liking the quirkier hardware. Take for instance the fact that while it’s not my most fun phone, or the newest phone I’ve got, my workhorse driver is still the Motorola Droid Pro from Verizon. The Motorola Droid Pro actually lives on my

Honeycomb Bound To Come To The HTC Flyer

When HTC announced their first Android tablet many were disappointed due to its lack of Android Honeycomb. While word has been circling around that the Flyer would see Honeycomb, there was no definite till now.

HTC Flyer Tablet Gets UK Release Date May 9th

Gadget website T3 is reporting that HTC has confirmed the release date for the 7″ HTC Flyer tablet in the UK. That date is May 9, 2011. The UK Version of the HTC Flyer tablet went on pre-order at Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy earlier this week and now HTC has confirmed the May 9th