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Is Amazon Getting Into The S-Pen Business?

Amazon’s Kindle Fire was a break away success. During the fourth quarter of 2011 analysts have estimated that Amazon sold between 4 and 6 million Kindle Fire tablets. The Kind Fire, of course, runs on a customized version of Android. Amazon has filed a new patent that looks like they may be getting into the

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 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

HTC Puccini Tablet Caught In The Wild Rockin AT&T 4G/LTE

The widely rumored 10″ HTC Puccini tablet was shown up in a full picture thanks to the folks at Engadget.  The Engadget photo clearly shows a 10″, Honeycomb Android tablet by HTC. As we’ve already heard the HTC tablet, code named “Puccini” is headed to AT&T and will be the first tablet for AT&T’s 4G/LTE

Latest HTC Puccini Images Show AT&T Branding

Pocketnow has gotten their hands on a fresh set of images for HTC’s new 10″ tablet codenamed “Puccini”. First things first though, we can drop Puccini because the images show that the 10″ tablet will be called the “Jetstream” on AT&T. This actually makes sense because the 7″ HTC Android tablet was dubbed “The Flyer”.

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 Officially Announced at #MWC11

During this mornings HTC Press conference we learned about the HTC Desire S, The HTC Wildfire S, The HTC Incredible S, The HTC Cha-Cha and The HTC Salsa. Those were their phone announcements. Impressive! Then at the end of the presentation Peter Chou announced the HTC Flyer officially. The HTC Flyer is the first tablet

Trademark: HTC Sensation Is This The Tablet Version Of Sense?

HTC filed a European trademark on January 19th for the term “HTC Sensation”  the extrapolation for the trademark reads: “Mobile phones, smartphones, wireless phones, wireless devices, portable computers and personal digital assistants, computer hardware and software for mobile, portable and wireless devices; user interface software; computer hardware and software for user interfacing, telecommunications and telecommunications

HTC Tablet Trademarked, HTC Scribe?

HTC has filed a patent with the United States Patent and Trade Mark Office for the HTC Scribe. The patent was filed on December 26th by HTC’s patent law firm in Seattle, WA home to HTC’s United States’ offices.  HTC has filed the patent for the name Scribe as “handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet