HTC recently brought some Sense 6.0 specific apps to the Play Store, so that updating these features on HTC devices becomes easier in the future. However, some handy developers over at the XDA Forums have managed to extract these files and make them work on just about any Android device. This includes apps like HTC Service
The HTC Desire 500 has been made official in an event in London, UK today. The smartphone, which was unveiled in Taiwan last month, is scheduled to hit Western markets this August. In some markets, the smartphone will offer dual SIM as well as NFC support. According to HTC, this new smartphone offers to help
HTC’s UI layer, the HTC Sense, has always been an attractive feature that is exclusive to HTC phones. The latest version of HTC Sense is going to be the HTC Sense 5.0, and it is the highlighting feature of the upcoming flagship device, the HTC M7. We haven’t had many leaks about the software, but
A new version of the Sense UI for the global version of the HTC One X seems to have been leaked over at the XDA forums. The ROM is believed to improve functionality and bring some tweaks to the table. The developers managed to catch hold of the official Sense 4.1 ROM and post it
Later on tonight we’re expected Carly Fowlkes to arrive at a T-Mobile party in New York City tonight riding a Bucati with lil Wayne in tow (not really the lil Wayne part). T-Mobile and HTC will introduce the HTC One S and most likely unveil the pricing and availability (rumored for next week). Meanwhile across
This is a very important story for the millions of you that are currently using HTC Sense’s htcsense.com to sync your contacts, messages, footprints and call history. HTC has sent out an email this morning to HTCsense.com users saying that they are shutting down those servies on April 30, 2012. HTC says they have something
HTC (formerly High Tech Computer Corporation) has been around since 1997. When they first came into existence they were a contract manufacturer producing phones and devices for larger companies and other the other company’s name. For instance, their first devices were Compaq Ipaq’s back in the early part of the 2000s. HTC skyrocketed into a
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 had their big event yesterday in London and announced the HTC Sensation XL. This was the device that was originally rumored as the Runnymede and then as the HTC Bass. The Sensation XL is sporting a 1.5ghz single core processor, and a huge 4.7 inch 480×800 Super LCD touchscreen. The camera is a whopper.
Do you remember the HTC Pico that we reported on over the summer? It’s a budget conscious Android device designed by HTC. The device has been renamed as the “HTC Explorer” and it’s sporting the latest in midrange specs. The HTC Explorer has a 600mhz processor, 512mb of RAM, and a 3.2 inch HVGA capacitive
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
While most of the mobile world is going to be salivating over the next carnation of the iPhone, HTC is throwing a soiree of their own to release a phone that will trump some of the new iPhones features. Invites have gone out to both press and the public to an HTC event in London
Today at GigaOM’s mobilize conference in San Francisco, T-Mobile’s Chief Marketing Officer, Cole Brodman showed off their latest 4G devices, the HTC Amaze 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S II. Both devices were unveiled during T-Mobile’s Keynote at the conference. The HTC Amaze 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S II will take advantage of T-Mobile’s